Overloud SuperCabinet Library: TAF Blue

IR Library for SuperCabinet

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TAF Supercab IR Library created by capturing a Vox AC30 65/66 with Celestion Blue Pre-Rola speakers.

"This speaker is and was the main reason why I went into producing my own IRs. "Blue" speakers have their own sound, but this one, in particular, has its VERY own character, not like any other. Its softer, more gentle, unless you poke it, and it becomes unfriendly but in an adorable way!. If someone asked me what is the pinnacle of guitar tones, I’d always refer to this speaker. It's what always comes to mind when thinking of any guitar-based sound. It will never age, it will never die. And best of all, it's now eternally captured." - Andy (TheAmpFactory)

This amp & its speaker was in Abbey Road Studios, and the special thing is that this was one of the amps used for many of the Beatles recordings. To this day, the amp lives on, still in its original format, with no problems thus far!


Made for SuperCabinet

This library was created for the TH-U Supercabinet that allows you to:

  • Graphically browse the IRs in the library
  • Blend multiple IRs and create totally custom and huge stereo guitar tones
  • Compose new cabinet tones with the unique Multiband mode
  • Export your crafted IRs in .wav format for use with all major hardware modelers and software IR loaders

Specifications

  • Speaker: Celestion Blue Pre-Rola
  • Origin: Vox AC30 65/66 era
  • Mic Pre: Neve1073/VR Legend Console
  • Pre-EQ: Yes
  • HPF/LPF: Active

Microphones

The IRs have been captured using the following 14 microphones:

  • AKG C414
  • Audix i5
  • Beyerdynamic M160
  • DPA 4011
  • Electrovoice RE20
  • Neumann U47
  • Neumann U87
  • Peluso R14
  • Royer 121
  • Sennheiser MD421
  • ShinyBox 46MXL
  • Shure 545 SD
  • Shure SM7B
  • Shure SM57
  • Sony C800G

Every microphone has been moved to four different horizontal positions (Cap, Cap Edge, Cone, and Cone Edge) and two distances, for a total of 8 IRs each.