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The Resonator effect simulates resonating frequencies. This can be used to simulate the sound chamber of an acoustic instrument.  
 
The Resonator effect simulates resonating frequencies. This can be used to simulate the sound chamber of an acoustic instrument.  
  
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resonator Wikipedia.]
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resonator More information in Wipedia.]
  
 
=Resonator in the Axe-Fx III=
 
=Resonator in the Axe-Fx III=

Revision as of 10:35, 24 April 2018

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Available on which Fractal Audio products

  • Axe-Fx III: 2x.
  • Axe-Fx II: 1x.
  • AX8: no.
  • FX8: no.

X/Y and channels

  • Axe-Fx III: 2 channels.
  • Axe-Fx II: no.
  • AX8: n/a.
  • FX8: n/a.

What does it do

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

More information in Wipedia.

Resonator in the Axe-Fx III

The output level of the Resonator block has been decreased with 12 dB.

Parameters table

Parameter Axe-Fx III Axe-Fx II AX8, FX8
Mode yes n/a
Master Frequency yes n/a
Master Level yes n/a
Master Pan yes n/a
Master Feedback yes n/a
Master Q yes n/a
Input Mode yes n/a
Frequency 1-4 yes n/a
Feedback 1-4 yes n/a
Filter Location 1-4 yes n/a
FIlter Q 1-4 yes n/a
Level 1-4 yes n/a
Pan 1-4 yes n/a