Principle of operation and effects on the listening experience.
The Passive Multivocal Resonator (PMR) is a system which is highly vibratory, comprehending a broad spectrum of audio frequencies. It is designed to guarantee a genuine reproduction of sounds and music.
Sometimes even high quality stereo systems are not able to fully reproduce music with all its vibes and liveliness. This leads to a listening experience which can hardly be called natural as it is merely a –somewhat soulless- copy of the musical information on a disc or LP. The problem of this lack of authenticity could be compared to a pixelated digital version of a master’s painting.
It is mainly the overtones which disappear when music is being recorded and reproduced the usual way. The loss of these overtones can not be fully compensated, even by installing expensive equipment or by modifying the stereo system’s acoustical environment.
This is where the PMR comes in: It is an acoustical instrument making it possible to complete the tonal spectrum of a piece of music by reflecting the important overtones. Friends of music from all over the world will be happy to discover a truly colourful and fine-tuned sound picture comprehending every single frequency of an instrument or voice. When listening to his favourite CDs/LPs, the PMR-user will recognise a more natural sounding record and it seems as if the music has got more space. Different voices, instruments and sounds in general are more distinguishable from each other. The PMR creates a deeply emotional listening experience.