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The Resonance filter is used to amplify/attenuate the selected frequency by a given level. Like all parametric filters, this one is usually used to correct various imperfections in the original audio.

Use the Play buttons to listen to and compare the sound before and after applying Resonance filter:

No Effect

Resonance Filter Applied

How to Apply

All effects and filters are applied in the same way in AVS Audio Editor. For detailed step-by-step instructions on how to apply effects to your audio files, click here.

Resonance Filter Settings

Many of non-advanced musical instruments and acoustic systems tend to have unwanted resonances. If you discover such unwanted effect in your instrument, you'll be able to use Frequency Analisys to define the resonance frequency of you instrument and then attenuate it with the help of the Resonance filter.

To apply the effect, use one of the available presets or configure the effect parameters manually.

Resonance filter settings

The following Resonance filter settings are available for editing:

  • Frequency - sets the resonance frequency (the one you want to amplify/attenuate).
  • Bandwidth - specifies the band of frequencies around the resonance frequency that will be affected by the filter in percent. The bigger the value, the wider the band.
  • Gain - sets the level in decibels by which you want the resonant frequency to be amplified/attenuated.

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