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Resonance tutorial?
Mar 15 2004
08:07
bobyordan
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Can anyone explain to me how I should use the Resonance 1-4 blocks??

Fetched from the manual:
“each of the four blocks can be individually controlled via the controll track”

What does that mean and how do I do that?? How do I set each resonance block, so that the controlling is ultimate?

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Bob
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Mar 15 2004
08:20
andromeda
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We have been promised a tutorial on that topic, to appear on this site soon. I guess administrator (Joe?) is a bit too busy at the moment, but I would welcome some advice on this too.
Chris

Mar 16 2004
00:24
gray
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Yeah. I played with them a bit but all I got was louder volume. I’m thinkin’ they gotta be good for somerhing??? Maybe just a conversation piece they added.

Mar 16 2004
01:13
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Joe(admin) has promised a tutorial but it may take a while … however he has posted a very brief summary as to how these resonance’s are used during synthesis and what they are supposed to be… I suggest you should have a read at the following link…

http://www.vocaloid-user.net/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=19&highlight=resonance

hope it makes things a little bit more clear…

Mar 16 2004
11:49
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Hi guys

Looking forward to the coming turorial. :)

I guess resonances ought to be used like eg head or chest resonance and be mapped to different frequencies in a voice frequency register.

Eg if singer sings a low note the resonance in the chest differs a loth from if you do it in a high pitch, where probably the nose and head are involved more, just speculating. ;)

How it match with the controller beats me at this point of time. But it probably get clearer later.

Cheers
Bob
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