Universal Audio’s new OX Stomp Dynamic Speaker Emulator comes packed with authentic-sounding cabinet, microphone and room models, as well as offering a selection of built-in studio-quality effects.
HeadRush's new system packs the same processing power as their flagship HeadRush Prime into a more compact chassis.
Electronic music community MODCAF's latest project centres around a series of recordings and performances in a disused wind tunnel.
The first release from John Petrucci's new Tonemission brand contains a selection of impulse responses that capture the exact signal chain used for his three most recent albums.
The latest DynIR bundle for Two notes' Torpedo modelling systems contains seven guitar and bass cabinet models from the live and studio rigs of British rock band Don Broco.
Samplicity's have updated Berlin Studio, a convolution reverb plug-in that captures the sound of Teldex studio and allows users to place their sound sources at 18 different virtual positions.
Waves' new guitar and bass amp simulation plug-ins offer a total of seven amp models which aim to deliver perfect tones right out of the box.
Over 10,000 user-created Tone Models for IK Multimedia's TONEX software are now available, and the company are giving away a collection of hardware and software to celebrate.
GPU Audio are offering a free collection of 50 impulse responses created by their community as part of a recent competition.
The latest DynIR release from Two notes captures a selection of guitar cabinets picked by industrial metal band Ministry.
The latest firmware for Neural DSP's Quad Cortex introduces almost 900 new Neural Captures along with a new Hybrid Mode, a redesigned UI, and much more.
Eigen allows users to create their own custom reverbs and export them as impulse responses which can be used in convolution reverb plug-ins.
Bogren Digital’s latest release provides a collection of guitar cabinet impulse responses captured by renowned metal producer Tue Madsen.
Colin Cartmell’s decades‑long tonequest has led him to create some of the best guitar cabinet IRs out there — so we asked him for advice on how to roll your own.
DP's ProVerb offers an easy way to experiment with guitar amp impulse responses.
The Impulse pedal can store up to 99 impulse responses and comes ready loaded with some excellent IRs from Celestion’s collection.
It takes a hell of a lot of prep and expertise to create the perfect cabinet IR library...
Celestion have made available impulse responses for a wide range of their classic speakers mounted in 1x12, 2x12 and 4x12 cabinets, and miked with appropriate single or double mic arrays.
There are some stunningly good Libraries for Acustica Audio's Nebula dynamic convolution plug-in, but you can also create your own. We invited one of the best Nebula developers to tell you how.
When is a reverb not a reverb? When it's a filter, of course! There's more to convolution than meets the ear, and creative processing of impulse responses can yield extraordinary results.
These audio files accompany the Creative Convolution: New Sounds From Impulse Responses article.
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