Marsh-UK Collection

$49.99

Released on September 17, 2015.

 

 

 
Impulse response library based on:
  • 6 cabinets ranging in size and configuration
  • 2 speaker types and 1 speaker mix per cabinet
  • system driven by neutral tube power amp
  • 3 variable position mics, 3 auxiliary captures
  • 5 variable position mix types with quick start folder
  • top tier outboard ideally matched to the tonal objective
 

 

 
112 MAR-CX
  • Based on a Marshall 1974cx 1x12 cabinet.
  • FANE speaker based on a 1977 Fane 122142 "Hiwatt purple back".
  • M20 speaker based on a 1966 Celestion 75-Hz cone "pre-Rola" 20-watt G12M.
212 MAR-66
  • Based on a Marshall 1966B 2x12 cabinet.
  • H30 speaker based on a 1977 Celestion 55-Hz cone "black back" G12H.
  • M25 speaker based on a 1977 Celestion 55-Hz cone "black back" G12M.
410 MAR-65
  • Based on a Marshall 1965B 4x10 cabinet.
  • GB10 speaker based on a 2014 Celestion G10 Greenback.
  • L35 speaker based on a 1987 Celestion G10L-35.
412 MAR-60
  • Based on a modern production Marshall 1960B 4x12 cabinet.
  • LYN-BK speaker based on a 2013 Celestion G12-50GL “Lynchback”.
  • V30 speaker based on a 1999 Celestion Vintage 30.
412 MAR-CB
  • Based on a 1970’s Marshall “checkerboard” 1960B 4x12 cabinet.
  • M25A speaker based on a 1971 Celestion 75-Hz cone "pre-Rola" 25-watt G12M.
  • M25B speaker based on a 1971 Celestion 75-Hz cone "pre-Rola" 25-watt G12M.
412 MAR-TV
  • Based on a Marshall 1960TV 4x12 cabinet.
  • H30 speaker based on a 1969 Celestion 55-Hz cone "pre-Rola" G12H.
  • M25 speaker based on a 2003 Celestion 75-Hz cone 25-watt G12M.
 

 

 
MID
R121
REAR
ROOM
SM57
U70





Based on a mid field placed AEA R92 ribbon microphone.
Based on a Royer R121 ribbon microphone.
Based on a vintage Neumann KM84 condenser microphone.
Based on a vintage Neumann KM84 condenser microphone.
Based on a modern production Shure SM57 dynamic microphone.
Based on a Microtech Gefell UMT70S condenser microphone.
 

 

 
Power Amplification
• neutral tube amp

Conversion
• Prism Orpheus

Microphone Amplification
• BAE 1073mp

Cables
• Vovox Sonorus

 

 


Wave Audio (.wav)
 
Wave audio format IR's (.wav) are compatible with convolution reverb type loaders in recording software and outboard hardware units and are provided in:
  • 24 bit resolution
  • 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz sample rates
  • mono channel count
  • minimum phase transformed and non-minimum phase transformed ("raw")
  • 200 and 500 ms decay tail lengths
For added convenience, .wav files appropriate for conversion or submission to the following platforms have been separated out and designated within the library structure:
  • Atomic Amplifire
  • Fractal Audio Systems hardware/software
  • Kemper Profiling Amp
  • Line 6 Helix
  • Two Notes hardware
 
Please read this section carefully!
THIS LIBRARY CONTAINS .WAV FORMAT FILES ONLY.

If your platform cannot load .wav files, make sure you explore the free or commercial conversion applications available elsewhere for your device. As per Section 9. Terms of Sale of the Terms of Use Agreement, there are NO REFUNDS ON DIGITAL GOODS, which includes this library.

 

 

 
Folder Structure:
Cabs and Speakers

Files:
Mics Per Speaker

Files:
Mixes Per Speaker

Files:
Quick Start

 
Total Amount of Files:
648 Mics + 990 Mixs = 1638 Unique IR's
 

 
 


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