One of our most successfull products gets a Mark 3.
And it's not just a successor but a whole new device that will stand
next to the T-Resonator Mk2 which will be further available.
The T-Resonator Mk3 makes the whole T-Res concept
That means, you can record the crazyness of the T-Resonator and
even layer loops of knob movements and audio. Yes, audio!
The T-Res Mk3 is able to record, store and recall all knobs
A loop function lets you record layers of audio AND knob
An SD card port is integrated, so you are able to process
the recorded WAV and Midi files on a computer or archivate
Audio and knob movements can be played back from the
The T-Res Mk3 has Midi (3.5mm jacks) and Mini-USB and
can be controlled completely via CCs. It can be seamlessly
integrated into a DAW.
A tiny 128*64 dots OLED display gives you some
information about the different presets, FX programs,
modes and audio files.
A link function lets you link the stereo filters by different
modes that include inverse as well.
The loop function can be remotely controlled by a foot
switch with a regular 1/4 jack. Welcome guitarists and
Two 3.5mm stereo jacks give assignable control on max 4
external CVs for our friends of modular synthesis.
A stereo Aux input connects to the pure digital FX section
and bypasses the analog weirdness if desired.
Some digital sound generators like Metal Noise will be
available to insert them into the analog filter matrix. As
this is still work in progress, more on this unfinished matter
An analog limiter has been added to make the extreme
bass signals fit better into your mix and protect your
speakers and ears.
The T-Resonator Mk3 will be availabe later in 2019.