The Reason RV7000 device, which is available in all versions of Reason (Intro, Standard and Suite), is not only a high quality reverb processor, it also contains a zero-latency Convolution algorithm. This can be used for processing IR files for cabinet speaker simulation.
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Instead of using an impulse response I created my own speaker filter using the Reason Scream 4 device. Check out how that sounds…
Recently I became aware of a rather new technique for modelling guitar amps, overdrive pedals and other non-lineair equipment. It’s called black-box modelling.
An impulse response (IR) file is a superb solution for storing the sound of a guitar speaker cabinet into a digital file. A guitar speaker cabinet is known for its strong midrange and peak frequencies which are caused by the speaker and the reflections inside the cabinet.
I will always record with the volume control(s) and tone control(s) fully open. This way I can capture the unaffected tone of my guitar(s). But I can still lower the treble of the sound using a simple EQ in my DAW in the same way as a tone control on the guitar would.
Back in the day we used this old saying: “you can’t fix it in the mix.” This is no longer true today since we can fix almost anything in the mix.
The Kuassa Amplifikation Matchlock amp simulator tries to mimic Fender amps. How good is it?
On Monday 27 August 2018 I will perform as a guitarist of The Record Man in Paradiso, Amsterdam. We will do a double concert with The Dutch.
Maternité can now be heard on Spotify! This song of my old band MAM was released in 1986 as a single of the album La Grande Parade.
“Prison Sky: Mark the 5th anniversary of open-source software engineer Bassel Khartabil’s detention”
My lifelong journey and some stuff to read…
“Perfectionism is super boring, right?”