This effect resonates the input signal at a speciﬁed pitch. For example, the Resonator will add a unique
character to a string sound by emphasizing certain harmonics, or give a "pitch" to a drum sound. You can
control the resonance intensity via an LFO.
Mono In - Mono Out
LFO Frequency [Hz]
High Damp [%]
a: Contol Mode
f: Fine [cent]
h: High Damp [%]
Dry, 1:99...99:1, Wet
This parameter determines whether the resonance intensity is controlled by an
LFO or not.
With Control Mode = Manual, the Resonance parameter sets the intensity of res-
onance. If the Resonance parameter has a negative value, harmonics will be
changed, and resonance will occur at a pitch one octave below.
With Control Mode = LFO, the intensity of resonance varies according to the
LFO. The LFO sways between positive and negative values, causing resonance
to occur between speciﬁed pitches an octave apart in turn.
The Pitch parameter speciﬁes the pitch of resonance by note name. The Fine
parameter allows for ﬁne adjustment in steps of cents.
This parameter sets the damping amount of resonant sound in the high range.
Lower values will make a metallic sound with a higher range of harmonics.
Pitch, Fine [cent]
Switches the control of resonance intensity.
Amount of resonance intensity control via LFO
Input level to the Resonator
Pitch for resonance
Fine adjustment of pitch for resonance
Sets the intensity of resonance when Control Mode =
Damping amount of resonant sound in the high range
Sets the balance between the effect and dry sounds.
Modulation source of effect balance
Modulation amount of effect balance
Wet / Dry