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Many acoustic instruments include a body or sound chamber that “resonates” – sympathetically vibrates at, or reinforces – one or more frequencies. To simulate this effect in modular synths, you can get a specialized filter or equalization module that boosts the sound at typically three or so user-definable frequencies, each usually within a narrow band. This is one of the secrets of synthesizing real-world sounds or spaces.

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