Here is a bunch of bass cabinet impulse responses (IR) I created. An impulse response is a measurement that can capture the response of an audio device. You run a stimulus signal through the device, record the output and give the stimulus plus the recording to a program that calculates the impulse response. The impulse response can then be loaded to a DSP processor (an audio plugin or a hardware device) and it will emulate the behavior of the original device. An impulse response does not capture everything, it is limited to the linear time-invariant behavior. In practice this works very well for emulating speaker cabinets.
This package contains WAV files for use in any IR software plus *.ir and *.syx files for use with the Axe FX II hardware processor.
Download here: rdnzl Bass cabs April 2014.zip
This cab pack extends the previous pack from February with the Mesa 2×10 cab and has more mic positions. Every cab & mic that was in the previous pack should be included here. There may be slight differences because the IR:s were shot with different AD-converters and software.
- Antelope Orion
- Avedis MA5
- Grace Design M501
- Voxengo Deconvolver
- Matrix GT1000FX 1U
- C414 = AKG C414ULS, cardioid pattern
- M88 = Beyerdynamic M88TG
- D112 = AKG D112
- MM1 = Beyerdynamic MM1 flat measurement mic
- “EBS 4×10” = EBS ProLine 410
- “MB 2×10″ = Mesa/Boogie 2×10” RoadReady EV
- “MB 2×15″ = Mesa/Boogie 2×15” RoadReady EV
- “+tweeter” = tweeter on
- “tweeter” = tweeter only
- <not specified> = as close as the D112 will go without touching the grill of the Mesa cab. This gives a speaker cone->mic capsule distance of about 8cm.
- “+1ft” = roughly one foot
- ir/ raw *.ir files for cab mixing in Fractal Audio CabLab >=2.0
- ultrares/ *.syx files for Axe Fx II
- ultrares XL/ *.syx files for Axe Fx II XL
- wav/ full length WAV files for DAW use etc.
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