I get hits too with Rockin cabs on YouTube ....demos
Sometimes in business it is better to not respond to each and every comment folks may make about you, it can come off a bit argumentative. I get the desire to defend oneself but it’s also counterproductive if viewed poorly. Sometimes it’s not what your saying buy how you say it that leaves the impression on potential customers.We are a new company an we don't register very highly on search results currently. However, I think everyone posting on this thread is savvy enough to locate our website if they chose to do so. We do have some YouTube demos and they are also available on our website. It is also stated clearly that on our website that our impulse pack is geared toward guitarists looking for a good variety pack, easy to use that gets some great tones out of their FRFR monitor. We aren't trying to compete with impulse producers offering packages more geared toward mixing and studio production. We offer a free sample and we offer our demos, if they aren't to your liking then thanks for your time and keep shopping around.
It seems rather unproductive to attempt to place some undue importance on our presence here. If you don't like us, that's fine. I'm not making any undue attempt at convincing anyone how to spend their money, or putting down any other impulse producers. I have purchased many impulse packs and owned many amp modelers myself. In reality, it is simply a matter of opinion and what works for any given player's style and needs. Is there some inherent value in purchasing impulse packs that have 30 or more impulses and a player ends up gravitating to 3 or 4 that really work for them? Same goes for modelers. If a modeler has 30 models in it and you end up mostly using 4 of them does that lessen it's inherent value?
My point is, for most players that's exactly what happens. They buy something, use what they like in it and are happy or not. Personally, I am quite happy when I find a few amp models I enjoy using regularly. That's what our goal is with our impulse pack - To offer a solid variety of tools that work with a cross-section of different style amp models in an easy to use, affordable package. If that doesn't resonate with you, then we understand. It seems odd that anyone should feel the need to bash a barely existent, new company such as ours for simply trying to gain some initial exposure. If our product doesn't interest you that is one thing but to actively engage in steering others away from considering us is rather transparent.
Agreed but there are some straight-up trolls on this board. Some comments can't go unchecked.Sometimes in business it is better to not respond to each and every comment folks may make about you, it can come off a bit argumentative. I get the desire to defend oneself but it’s also counterproductive if viewed poorly. Sometimes it’s not what your saying buy how you say it that leaves the impression on potential customers.
We discontinued the free stuff. As far as why we do things the way we do, its by choice. Our users are very satisfied with our impulses and we offer one of the best deals around for the quality and content. 600 impulses for 30.00 all packaged up nice and easy to use. It's understandable that people like to stick with the tried and true but the players that have taken a chance with us don't regret it.This is truly a bizarre thread. The info in the first post regarding the demo IR is pretty irrelevant at this point unless I'm missing something - I couldn't find a download link.
But what's even more bizarre to me is the methodology used to record the demo's for the IRs. Using a cabinet that is not even close to FRFR and recording from a position that very few people will ever be in relative to the cabinet makes no sense. And then using a mic that is far from transparent. That mic has a figure 8 polar pattern so you're picking up all sorts of other sound behind the mic. Why not just record the direct signal?