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resonatedo by Alexey Nadzharov
resonatedo is a microtonal resonator bank audio effect for iOS and macOS.
It contains two sets of resonators controlled by separate keyboards. Each resonator has independent pitch (set by EDO division value of the keyboard), volume and modulation.
Each resonator is a delay with feedback that contains lowpass + allpass and bandpass filters. Each set has a common "color" parameter that changes balance between these filter sets in each single resonator. The "mix" control allows crossfade from dry to fully processed signal.
UI features two independent keyboards with:
• 4 – 72 keys (voices, steps) per octave, each with its
own ring modulator
• maximum polyphony equal to the number of voices;
max polyphony is 144 voices
• 1 – 4 octave range, covering the frequency range of
about 8 – 4200 Hz
• display with note number (from C), note name,
frequency (in Hz), and deviation from 12-TET (in
• two sections per keyboard: upper for non-sustained
notes, gliding, and velocity; lower for sustained
notes and modulation rate
• mute button to stop/start all sound
• delete/panic button to erase all notes
• glide button for smooth sweeps across keyboard
• modulation on/off button
• slider to set initial velocity and modulation levels
• slider to change velocity and modulation rates for all
notes on the keyboard proportionally and to show
current velocity and mod rate levels
• button to toggle keyboard visibility.
resonatedo supports MIDI input from external sources to
control each keyboard independently.
Minimum OS version: 9.0
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this sounds amazing!:)
but how does it sound
why developers dont share a small snippet or a video
WTF is it to the common musician to much tech babble !
I was hoping it was a sort of wing pinger type thing. Bought it, loaded it. Can’t actually determine what it does.
That was my first thought looking at it, I think it’s an AUv3 from something I’ve seen elsewhere, but there’s really not much clue about what it is anywhere I can see…
I will probably put a short vid up on this very shortly
You can see „audio processing is disabled to avoid feedback loop“ on top of the 1st screen.
Seems an fx that needs a source to trigger the resonators.
Which are probably controlled by screen action, so you don‘t play the notes but the modifiers... an interesting concept.
Exactly my thoughts as well. We just need examples to be able to judge.
Thankyou for reviving this thread and to Gavinski for the demo - for 2.99 I can now retire my Wingie2 and update its' firmware to Bilippoo box - ChEErs
Select tones you want to become resonant and then send sound through it as an FX unit to add extra resonances.
Slightly O/T but I was running some drips through this in Ableton yesterday and couldn’t figure or Google out how to run audio through it while also being able to MIDI control its notes… is that possible in Ableton?
@Krupa I have ableton on PC, so I don‘t know for sure concerning AUs, but the general process would be to make the ins and outs visible, if they’re not already (right edge of the screen, the little io–icon) then set a miditrack to send to the track the effect is on (in session view „midi to“ it‘s right over the meter) and in the field that pops up under it select the effect, if it doesn’t find it automatically. If you can’t pick the effect, it probably doesn’t accept midi input.