How to record a sample for our library

With our upcoming update we have decided to, among many things allow you the choice of uploading your own samples so that you could get a better vision of how the IR you’re checking out sounds with you playing through them! We have decided to help you create these samples with a quick guide in case this is something that you haven’t done before.

The sample you need to create basically consists of your recorded signal chain without the cabinet. Below are 2 Methods of how to create a sample that will be able to be used within our library to try the Impulse Responses out instantly!

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XYZ Mapping your Speaker/Impulse Response

Since we are ever closer to getting our Library up and running, I thought i would take the time to explain how we will keep track of all the Impulses-Resonses that will be uploaded. Other than the brand and model of your cabinet and microphone, We decided to utilise...

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How to use an Impulse Response.

Hello there, My name is Carl and I am the product developer of Soundwoofer.

Today I will describe to you how to utilize an Impulse Response when recording your guitar. For those of you who’ve never heard of an Impulse Response before, It’s basically a snapshot of the speaker of you guitar cabinet. This allows you to recreate the sound of the recorded speaker-cabinet at that moment in time digitally.

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