Tag / FUMANA

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  • Fake Formant Patch

    IDEA A formant filter usually has three resonant bandpass filters with adjustable frequencies. FUMANA does not resonate and its filters have fixed frequencies. But it doesn’t know! Let’s try to see where…
  • Exploring FUMANA

    Everything FUMANA! Spectral transferring, parametric scanning, dynamic EQ, vocoding… You name it. Come and join us to share your questions and thoughts. Suits both owners and non-owners.

  • Timing Pulses, Episode 1

    In this episode of Frap Talks we’ll talk about trigs, and we’ll see how to use them in our Frap System.
  • FUMANA: Theory and Practice

    A seminar about everything FUMANA! Spectral transferring, parametric scanning, dynamic EQ, vocoding… You name it. Come and join us to share your questions and thoughts.

  • Fumana Feedback Fest

    IDEA A feedback loop is something beautiful and dangerous. It is a delicate ecosystem that is always on the verge of collapse. Once we can keep it balanced, it becomes an excellent…
  • Unvoiced Input

    Let’s talk a bit about FUMANA’s Unvoiced input!⁠ We use it mainly to add a realistic sibilant effect to vocoding tracks. We patch a “sibilant” sound to its input, like a noise, or even a copy of the voice signal.⁠

  • Odd/Even Crossfade

    By setting a QSC channel to Crossfade, we can blend the ODD and EVEN bands with a single CV, opening up new sonic routes!

  • Sidechain #2

    Today we created this percussive patch with FUMANA and mixed it with a BRENSO bassline. To give every sound the space it deserves, we used the ALL EF out to duck the bassline. It is a simple but very natural sidechain effect!

  • Reverb Feedback

    Who said that the effect send should be patched back to the return? What if we patch it to another channel?⁠ Well, that works, but what if we route this channel as well back to the effect send? That’s right, a feedback loop!⁠

  • FUMANA: Theory and Practice

    A seminar about everything FUMANA! Spectral transferring, parametric scanning, dynamic EQ, vocoding… You name it. Come and join us to share your questions and thoughts.