Conquer All is a set of 35 Impulse Responses available both raw and mixed in .wav file format. The pack is comprised of impulses responses made with:
- 3 Cab Types
- 3 Head Types
- 3 Preamp Types
- 6 Different Microphones
All impulses are phase accurate and aligned for impulse response blending. These impulses pack the ultimate versatility, conquer all of your guitar tones with Conquer All now!
“Hooooly shit man! This is the first time a producer Impulse Response has fit straight into a mix for me. I threw it onto my generic test mix session and it sounds fabulous!” – Drewsif Stalin
Special thanks to Francesco Filigoi for the awesome guitar-only examples.
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- 35 raw and mixed impulses: a total of 70 impulses.
- More Info
- Impulses Formats (Wav Format)
- Heads used:
Marshall 30th anniversary 6100 head with EL34
Peavey 6505 head with 6L6
Warwick Tubepath 500 bass headCabs used:
Mesa Rectifier cab, oversized with celestion vintage 30s
Marshall 30th Anniversary 412 cab with celestion vintage 30s
Peavey USA 410DX bass cabPreamps used:
API A2D mic preamp
Don Classics Neve 1073 clone
Universal Audio LA610 channel strip
Impulse Responses created by Michael Richards of Trackmix Recording Studio.
- Impulse Response loader and any amp or simulator (See manual for details).
A computer with Intel or AMD compatible processor, Windows or Mac OSX operating system, and a compatible DAW installed (check which plugin formats your DAW supports). Note: For Kemper compatibility, users are required to please down-sample the .wav’s to 44.1kHz, 16/24-bit in your DAW or via a sample rate conversion utility or application, and then run Cab Maker to reprocess for import.
- Windows (32 & 64 bit)
Mac OSX (32 & 64 bit)
Note: For Kemper compatibility, users are required to please down-sample the .wav’s to 44.1kHz, 16/24-bit in your DAW or via a sample rate conversion utility or application, and then run Cab Maker to reprocess for import.
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