by Carl Gustavsson | Apr 7, 2020 | Guides, Impulse response guides, Library guides, News and updates
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!
by Carl Gustavsson | Aug 13, 2018 | Guides, Impulse response guidesHey everybody, Carl here again! Today i wanted to talk about other other methods where you can use Impulse Responses to your benifit when mixing your projects. Other than recreating great tones from cabinets, it can actually be used to enhance certain characteristic...
by Carl Gustavsson | Apr 4, 2018 | Guides, Impulse response guidesIf you plan on using more than one Impulse Response – for example when blending different cabinets for a particular guitar tone, the IR’s you have chosen will have to be synchronised to avoid phasing problems. These issues are quite normal as it all...
by Carl Gustavsson | Mar 29, 2018 | Guides, Impulse response guides
In this guide we will cover the two main methods of recording impulse responses; Sine sweeps and Noise bursts
by Carl Gustavsson | Mar 27, 2018 | Guides, Impulse response guides
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.