After Later AudioResonate Resonator


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After Later Audio Resonate

Resonate is part of After Later Audio's Mutable Instruments Classic series and this is an authentic recreation of Rings. If you're not familiar with Rings, it is a resonator that can easily create string, mallet, and bell-like sounds much easier than a traditional oscillator. Resonate keeps the same layout and parameters as the original with three modes of operation—Elements' modal section, sympathetic string/comb filter, and non-linear string—as well as 1, 2, or 4 voices of polyphony. Fine tune the sound with a Structure and Dampening with Position changing the placement of a mic and Brightness changing the timbral quality. Frequency adjusts the pitch and all of these have CV control. You can trigger the sound with the Strum and In or you can simply plug in a CV source into the V/Oct and each time it changes it will be excited. You can even plug in audio sources into the In and use it as a sound processor. If you're looking for that classic Rings sound, After Later Audio's Resonate is exactly what you need.

Resonate Features

  • Mutable Instruments Classics series faithful replica of Rings module
  • Resonating synth voice
  • Modal Resonator (as used in Elements)
  • Sympathetic Strings (Stack of Comb Filters)
  • String with non-linearity/dispersion (comb filter with multimode filter and non-linearities in the loop)
  • Pseudo-polyphony of up to 4 notes. Each new note is played on its own virtual string, while the previously played note(s) still decay
  • Main frequency quantized in semitones
  • Structure Control changes the response of the resonator
  • Brightness Control specifies the brightness and richness of the spectrum
  • Damping controls the damping rate of the sound, from 100ms to 10s
  • Position specifies at which point the structure is excited
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 14hp
  • Depth: 25mm
  • Current draw: 110mA @ +12V, 5mA @ -12V
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