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faIRmageddon

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free until December 18th, 2019 (Early Access)
 

faIRmageddon – Guitar Cabinet Impulse Response Designer Plug-in

faIRmageddon is a community project with the goal to create the ultimate Guitar Cabinet Impulse Response Designer for the growing needs of guitar players of the 21st century. With thousands of high quality guitar cabinet impulses & amp simulations out there it’s easy to get a good guitar sound. But only good sounding is not enough anymore! What you deserve is your own awesome and UNIQUE sound!

With faIRmageddon you’ll be able to load, combine, adjust, merge & manipulate your IRs to achieve this goal with ease. You’ll love how this plug-in will change your perception of guitar sound forever!
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Written in: PluginsTags: , , on November 28, 2019

Mesa Boogie 4×12 Rectifier – Guitar Cabinet Impulse Responses

Picture of a Mesa Boogie 4x12 Dual Rectifier Guitar Cab loaded with Celestion Vintage 30 speakers and mics like Sennheiser MD421, Shure SM57, Shure SM7B, t.bone SCT800
$ 15
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models a guitar cabinet worth
$1199.00
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Written in: Cabinets,Impulse Responses,Mesa on October 09, 2019

faPhaseBundle

A virtual product showcase of the Phase Alignment Plugin Bundle - faPhaseBundle
Contains 2 Plug-ins worth $ 208
$ 143
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The most intuitive Phase Alignment Plugin Bundle. Period.

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Impulse Response vs. Real Cabinet Recording – Can you hear the difference?

Impulse responses are a great way to get an amazing guitar tone in seconds. IR packs are perfect for home recording, if you can’t get to loud because of your neighbors. But nowadays they are also used a lot in recording studios because they are easy to use. Never before did you have the possibility to have so many different sounds from hundreds of cabinets at your fingertips. But still, some people think that cabinet simulation with an impulse response lacks depth and certain dynamics. During the production of our new impulse response pack “Marsh 1960A” (based on the Marshall 1960A cab), I took the time to test different IR capturing techniques to get realistic sounding impulse response files.
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Written in: Recording TutorialTags: on August 27, 2019