Choptones Supercab IR Library created by capturing a EVH 5150III 4×12 with Celestion G12-EVH speakers.
Eddi3 4×12 EV is an extensive and systematic capture created with 12 microphones, 8 to 16 positions for each microphone and multiple Mic preamps, for a total of over 300 IRs. The cabinet has a straight front, closed back, seven-ply Birch/Pine plywood construction, and a solid and artistic enclosure with enormous
The EVH acronym leaves no doubt – this is a faithfully inspired early era Greenback speaker used by Eddie Van Halen to create his trademark guitar tone. A true 20 watt tone monster.
The captures were performed with a motorized mic stand in order to have consistent measurements across libraries.
The microphones used during the capturing session are:
- AKG C414
- Audio Technica 2035
- Audix i5
- Beyerdynamic M160
- Electrovoice RE20
- Neumann U87
- Royer 121
- Sennheiser MD21
- Sennheiser MD421
- Sennheiser MD441
- Shure SM7
- Shure SM57
Every microphone was moved to four different horizontal positions (Cap, Cap Edge, Cone, and Cone Edge) and two distances, for a total of eight IRs each.
For some microphones, the set of eight measurements was repeated with the microphone off-axis (45 deg).
All of the measurement sets were repeated twice with two different Mic preamps: a Neve 1073 and a German preamp.
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
Overloud Eddi3 4×12 EV – SuperCabinet IR Library
Choptones Supercab IR Library created by capturing a EVH 5150III 4×12 with Celestion G12-EVH speakers. Eddi3 4×12 EV is an extensive and systematic capture created with […]
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