Quantum in the same realm as Neuron?

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2 years 2 days ago - 2 years 2 days ago #1 by gridsleep
I am seriously considering saving for a Quantum as my next hardware synthesizer (unless a Neuron shows up that I can afford; I had a Neuron, had to sell it, and have been pining for another since, even thought I have Neuron VS and Nuke.) Does the 'resonator' of the Quantum in any way compare with the 'resynator' of the Neuron? Same beast or different zoo altogether? I would suspect that Mr. Hartmann might have the best knowledge to answer this question, if he is available. Thanks for your time.
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2 years 2 days ago #2 by Lukas.S
I spoke to Axel Hartmann a while ago about this. No, Neuron's Resynator with y is not the same like Quantum's Resonator, they work totally different. The Resynator is based on neuronal structures, while the Resonator is similar to a Karplus-Strong algorithm. A short noise burst impulse is fed through a bank of narrow-banded bandpass filters with resonance each. Also, you can process a sample with this.

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