RESO is a dynamic resonance suppressor that helps you quickly identify and resolve resonances in your audio.
When resonances build up to an excessive level, your music can sound harsh and unpleasant, often masking other elements that you actually want to hear. But, applying broad resonant reduction across your whole mix can take away the character of your audio, and if you apply too much reduction you’ll make the mix sound thin and reduce the punch of your transients.
RESO helps you identify which specific frequencies have a build-up of energy relative to your whole mix. It also guides you on how much reduction is needed to dynamically resolve the resonance without overdoing it. The high-quality filters deliver mastering-grade transparency, with automatic Q optimization to give you the most musical results.
There simply isn’t a faster or more effective way to musically resolve resonant issues in your mix.
Quickly identify and resolve resonances in your audio.
Overview: RESO is a dynamic resonance suppressor that helps you quickly identify and resolve resonances in your audio.
Problem Solved: Excessive resonances ruin mixes, giving them a harsh and unpleasant sound. Our plugin RESO helps you quickly identify and resolve resonances. The smart features help you get the best possible sound by dynamically fixing the problematic resonances without making your music sound thin.
Get Started: Load up an instance of RESO on any channel and listen closely for resonances. The display, frequency sweep, and ‘calculate targets’ features will help you identify resonant frequencies. Double click anywhere within the main window to create a node. Position the node where you want the resonance suppression to start. The Q is automatically optimized for the frequency of the node. You can scroll to adjust the Q to suit your preference.
Highlight 1: The Calculate Targets feature will analyze your audio, find the resonant frequencies, and give you ‘Target Nodes’ showing how much reduction is suggested to transparently resolve the resonance.
Highlight 2: RESOs super-transparent mastering-grade filters allow you to clean up resonances without affecting your transients and phase.
RESO can be used to resolve the resonances of any channel in your mix, whether it’s a vocal, a synth, percussion, busses, or your mastering chain.
Analyze Your Audio
Look for disproportionately high peaks in the visual display
Use the Frequency Sweep to help you identify resonances that sound unpleasant.
The Calculate Targets feature will locate the most resonant frequencies and give you targets so you can resolve the resonances transparently.
Tweak To Perfection
Creating a node is as easy as clicking anywhere on the interface. Position the node at the peak level at which you want the resonance suppression to start and scroll to adjust the Q.
Before and After Audio Examples
RESO Audio Examples
Excessive resonances ruin mixes, giving them a harsh and unpleasant sound. RESO helps you identify which specific frequencies are causing problems. It also guides you on how much reduction is needed to dynamically resolve the resonance without making your mix sound thin.
This video will show the before and after audio examples of RESO processing various channels in 4 different genres.
MAC OSX Requirements
OS X 10.10 or higher.
64-bit AU, VST 2/3 or AAX host.
Windows 7, 8 or 10.
64-bit VST 2/3 or 64-bit AAX host.
V1.0.5: Build Dec 12, 2022 This update includes:
Nodes not showing bypass status correctly fixed.
Nodes incorrectly bypassed when re-opening DAW session fixed .
Clearer display of bypassed or solo’d nodes.
V1.0.3: Build Dec 22, 2021
This update includes:
Updates to AAX
V1.0.1: Build Nov 18, 2021
This update includes:
Add mouse wheel settings for slow Q changes(fixes windows mice issue and some mac mice)
Node borders circle colours fixed
Hover over node and frequency/threshold snap to correct values (before it was vague)
Wavelab filter sweep fixed
Cubase, Studio One node settings correctly implemented on session open.
Drag multi select relative threshold positions maintained
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