With Bruno Pronsato, it's all about the space in between the sounds. Getting just the right character on a sound can often be accomplished using Ableton Live's Resonator effect. "I am using it to make the in-between interesting," he explains. "If I make a room recording of, say, claps, then I am keeping all of the noise in between attached. The Resonator makes the sounds outside of the actual claps very interesting as it has a sort of vocoding effect...it sort of electrifies the sound and strings it along in whatever key you choose at whatever pitch."
Hear a track that exemplifies Bruno's use of the Resonator: