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* '''AX8''': no.
 
* '''AX8''': no.
 
* '''FX8''': no.
 
* '''FX8''': no.
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=X/Y switching in the Resonator block=
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The Resonator block doesn't support X/Y switching.
  
 
=What is the Resonator effect?=
 
=What is the Resonator effect?=
 
The Resonator effect simulates resonating frequencies. This can be used to simulate the sound chamber of an acoustic instrument, for example.  
 
The Resonator effect simulates resonating frequencies. This can be used to simulate the sound chamber of an acoustic instrument, for example.  
 
=X/Y switching in the Resonator block=
 
The Resonator block doesn't support X/Y switching.
 
  
 
=More information=
 
=More information=

Revision as of 14:56, 6 May 2017

The information on this page supplements the official manuals.

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Resonator: supported by which Fractal Audio products?

  • Axe-Fx II: yes.
  • AX8: no.
  • FX8: no.

X/Y switching in the Resonator block

The Resonator block doesn't support X/Y switching.

What is the Resonator effect?

The Resonator effect simulates resonating frequencies. This can be used to simulate the sound chamber of an acoustic instrument, for example.

More information

Wikipedia