JoMoX T-Resonator

JoMoX T-Resonator

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T-Resonator, Filter from JoMoX.

4 user reviews

JoMoX T-Resonator tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: JoMoX
  • Model: T-Resonator
  • Category: Filters
  • Added in our database on: 12/21/2007

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JoMoX T-Resonator user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %
Value For Money :
j'arrete demain02/16/2014

j'arrete demain's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" UFO"

JoMoX T-Resonator
Stereo in / out, analog filters, non-editable digital effects
no damage headphone output


super complicated to understand, almost silent manual on the use of the beast
so better do not try to be too rational
it is a machine to grind and take ownership
little predictable results but its charm


Filters provide an incredible variety of sounds
digital effects are very average
rendering quality is huge anyway, as long as you use his ears.
I plugged the output of an analog synth morpho
I run a small sequence, all the pots at noon
I play gently on the knobs to capture their interaction
must be terminated for not falling into the post-apocalyptic rampage
I'm progressing slowly, step by step to achieve a hot thing, organic.
Can I bypass the locks and I compare with the original: it really worth the time spent


I used a little over a year
I'm a little discouraged quickly to its acquisition. I was expecting a magic box that makes crazy sound by turning a few knobs all at random. In fact, the opposite is true: it takes time, a trick and leave enchanted by sculpting sound with patience, in a sort of hypnotic trance turns.
A pure delight for lovers of sound research.
To edgy and consumers effects-all-facts, go your way
Nissan Fairlady01/05/2010

Nissan Fairlady's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

JoMoX T-Resonator
effects: we chose a chorus, delay, or reverb. there are 8 I think, with 2 parameters for each. Then come the filters, which come and go at will signal in a feedback loop ... hard to describe. generator larsens parrait me the correct term to name this box is in effect.

They are not editable, the trick is not rack, he mixes digital and analog for the effects for the filters, it's the connection jack.

difficult to note that part. if it seeks to transform a sound coming from a synth or boitar (my case) is good I think. I do not know what to say ... I know not what a midi cable come apart in there fuck up the price. I put 7 because there is no MIDI (and more) but the phone jacks are it seems, not very huge. also this machine is tiny and the buttons are glued to each other. I'm going to like that 6. I would have done something more in length me. there were more room.

actually no I is 7 because the idea is original.


general configuration is really not easy. the manual is sufficient insofar as it is written: turn the knobs to see! it deserved some more advice. editing sounds and effects is not easy. the guy who made it even know what the bottom two rotations. but I put 5 because it's fun, it seems to play little chemist. Rotations are nice and do not knock. moving from one end to the other without it makes strange noises. well for inspiration.


effects are unlikely. the thing plays itself if we take care. it sound analog, it sounds so realistic. I care about my snares it. it appears compressed, full, smooth, revebérée, filtered, equalized. super cool, but radical. but cool. it seems vstifiée around but no, I care about the XR20 in line. not affect internal XR20. my snare any evanescent out again, brilliant, vaporous or dynamic, naughty or ghostly, depending. I love it.

I hate it when this little thing I come away with an infra saturated unmanageable cons. at mid race, the low pass filter is already in infrastructure, I see no interest thing. must not fall below the midday with filters if you cut the sound. I guess it must be justified electronically, the pots should be graded like that, but it spoiled the party.

I put 8 because the T resonator is super helpful in my set. I do a kind of drum'n'bass hip-hop industrial minimal, and the kick snare and bass are required to have a lot of personality to it is glamorous. and personality, this T resonator has is undeniable. we can even if you're smart and patient, vintage analog bass generate, edit and play with a sampler, which makes the machine really cheap. And yes: analog bass for 200 euros!

I takes only 8 because some resonances may blow the case and the time is recorded shit. must redo the plug.


I use it for 2 months. I took some time before sensing the need to fuck the input gain was flat out. it just overwrites the signal but the saturation is beautiful, and it avoids ending up with resonances that go around to the extent it lowers the level of the track. and yes: if the sound is a treat to catch, the resonances that are generated by the machine will not stronger! logic ...

there are no other models that are close to this. I compare with my Electrix Filter Factory, which has a filter and we can assign an LFO and that's it. electrix the massacre is a barbarian, but jomox is a small smart. kind in nature, to survive, we need a Swiss Army knife and a machete. Finally, it helps.

the feature I like most is being able to route anything to anyone. as shown in the box in fact. at the beginning we understand it, and then once you're inside it's really fendar. I love that the LFO is synchronized to the attack, it's weird, a charlet can become low because of this, with management of the attack and all the rest.

I judge the value for money very good. What finally normal. what are the other things that are expensive. not hesitate a single second between that and a kaosspad example. apart than that: he must not play drunk if you fart a boomer and it makes trouble with the boss of the box. on the other hand, that, that sounds good. no digital artifacts disgusting, no tics or cracks. but enormous vroooooooooooooooom or gniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, things that are what! it's like playing the guitar with a glued Zique before a huge amp cranked. if not careful, this feedback. but yes, the Larsens are really sexy! (Do not worry, there are around buttons to manage the feedback. Resonant loops are created but we can get out of a bad situation if you pick up fast enough or that bell.)

ventouse's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Oh yes!"

JoMoX T-Resonator
Delay, chorus, flanger I will not return it.


The use of T-res can be very confusing at first, the manual is rather laconic. Basically it's "Help yourself and heaven will help you". But ultimately I like this approach as it is impossible to identify the sonic palette of this filter.

The edition is certainly not easy, the grip is long and the learning curve is steep, but once that passed it's happiness! We control every behavior better Knob, you can even almost predict what will happen, but actually it takes to eat for hours and hours. I therefore find the trial Nissan Fairlady a bit hard. Say that this filter is a generator of feedback is very limited.

This is clearly a filter for sound nerd, who loves it's gone in all directions as is the Jomox T-res best: crushing the original sound, making it psychopathic extreme.

At the gain just do NOT put thoroughly unless thou wouldst not an effect that overrides the original. THERE are a whole range of subtleties to grasp with a lower gain leaving the beast speak and it's beautiful, it hums, it hums, it grougroute is analog, it's alive!


I love:)


I use it for a year, mostly in the ass of a Jomox Xbase09. I am making some trips to 2 hours with just these 2 boxes and I travel very far. T-res can get everywhere: behind a keyboard, a guitar, a microphone, a drum machine, just try!

What I like most:
- Rendering very analog, palpable and organic sounds
- The folly of some effects
- When you turn the feedback down to the left ......

What I like least:
- A bit small, in this edition could be roomier
- Rather difficult to take in hand

The value is very good I think.

I would do without hesitation that choice!

Eurydis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

JoMoX T-Resonator
What are the effects, types of effects available?
Flanger, chorus, delay, reberb
Are they edited? Via a publisher Mac / PC?
There is no editor Mac / PC. Nothing can save, take a pencil or make a photo settings.
What are the effects, types of effects available? What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)
The filters are analog, but the effects are digital
What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
Only one audio input and output, not noon


The machine is not easy to take in hand at the beginning, I ate a lot of feedback in my ears the first hours of tampering.
This is after a few uses that you really start to understand the effect of each parameter on the sound.


The effects are generally correct.
The best is for me the effects-based delay and chorus.
These are the filters that really a color instrument.
I use it with my Electribe mx, t-resonator provides a grain to its core analog I found a little cheap


It's a good filter for larger and synth sounds.
Use with moderation in the penalty from the "noise music"

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