Here is the top 10 most downloaded impulse responses during the month of July.

No. 1

Fender Twin Reverb

Tube-Combo with 2×12″ Jensen speakers.

SM57 off-axis

From our Rocksta reactions series, Robert Holms fender twin reverb takes the first spot

Recorded with an SM57 at a 45 degree angle (Fredman style)

Impulse response:

Rocksta Reactions Fender Twin Reverb SM57 A 2 3 3 45.wav

No. 2

Randall

4×12 Cabinet equipped with Celestial elements

Shure SM57 

From our workshop in Växhuset in Västerås.

Recorded with an SM57 

Impulse response:

"Randall RT412 SM57 A 3 0 2"

No. 3

Mesa traditional

Dual Rectifier 100-watt Tube Head – Diamond Faceplate

Shure SM57 off-axis

From our Rocksta reactions series, Jörgen Kristensen from Dead Awaken and his Mesa traditional takes the third spot

Recorded with an SM57 at a 45 degree angle (Fredman style)

Impulse response:

Rocksta Reactions Mesa Traditional SM57 C 5 -1 3 45

No. 4

Marshall JCM 800

Lead Series Guitar Cabinet with 4×12″ Celestion G12T-75 speakers.

Shure SM57

Gabriel Sundström – Chaosphere and his Marshall 4×12 recorded with a SM57

Impulse response:

Rocksta Reactions Marshall JCM800 Lead Series SM57 C -5 0 1.wav

No. 5

Fender Twin Reverb

Tube-Combo with 2×12″ Jensen speakers.

Seiren pro L

From our Rocksta reactions series, Robert Holms fender twin reverb takes the 7th spot as well

An experiemental recording with a Seiren pro

Impulse response:

Rocksta Reactions Fender Twin Reverb Seiren Pro L A 8 4 45 45.wav

No. 6

Mesa traditional

Dual Rectifier 100-watt Tube Head – Diamond Faceplate

Røde NT1-A

From our Rocksta reactions series, Jörgen Kristensen from Dead Awaken and his Mesa traditional recorded with a Røde NT1-A takes the eight spot.

Impulse response:

Rocksta Reactions Mesa Traditional NT1-A A 0 0 3.wav

No. 7

Mesa oversized

AKG C414

Wikinson Audio’s Free God’s Cab impulses. Using a Mesa OS Cab and various Microphones these stereo impulses offer a huge range of options for the bedroom producer.

Impulse response:

C414_1_foot_pres_1.wav

No. 8

Marshall 1960V

Guitar cabinet with 4×12″ Celestion G12-Vintage speakers.

Shure SM57 off-axis

Marshall 1960V provided by Rocksta Sound Ranch

Impulse response:

Marshall 1960VB SM57 A -2 0 0 45.wav

No. 9

Marshall JCM 800

Lead Series Guitar Cabinet with 4×12″ Celestion G12T-75 speakers.

Sennheiser E906

Gabriel Sundström – Chaosphere and his Marshall 4×12 recorded with a Sennheiser E906

Impulse response:

Rocksta Reactions Marshall JCM800 Lead Series E906 A 0 0 1.wav

No. 10

David Laboga K100

Mixed with a David Laboga V30

 

Impulse response:

Madsteex.Soundwoofer.David.Laboga.mix.1.wav

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