Thanks Edo for those explanations. There is a well-known user IR called "My VoxAC30 - SM58" that I like a lot and it is brighter than the stock ones.
I'm working on the elevation pack right now, I think that one will be available in 2-3 weeks. After that I'll work on the vertigo pack and so on, all the way to the Joshua tree 2017...Edo, do you have any ETA for the other packs (looking for Elevation & Vertigo ones ^^) ?
By the way, re-listening to your samples, "Running to Stand Still & Love is Blindness" from the Zoo TV are outstanding !
At the moment I have no plans for a jt87 pack, tbh the tones from that era are quite straight forward, mostly different delay settings.What about JT 1987 and will you have an Acrobat preset to go along with your tutorial? The tone in your tutorial is outstanding and watching you play is even impressive than your presets and they're impressive!
I bought this pack and haven't a chance to dig in - I'll have to try that one! I have been using a 2x12 SM58 In Cloth from the OH Justin York Collection 1 as my standard IR and it seems to translate well.there is a new IR pack made by Ownhammer "Class A duo" with mix called "YUTU", SM58 Mic, very good !!
FWIWthere is a new IR pack made by Ownhammer "Class A duo" with mix called "YUTU", SM58 Mic, very good !!
Well, if you already have 3rd party ir's libraries, you can spend some time auditioning different ir's without touching the amp settings, you'll never know what the results are, you might get lucky! You can always duplicate 1 preset, try different ir's and A/B with the regular preset and see if its better / worse. Again, I obviously had to stick to stock ir's.Thanks for the added info. It was a question I had, if the mic settings and amp settings were tweaked for these stock IRs, or if I got the same sound you use if I just changed IRs to OH/ML/others. These comments for you made me think that it's better to just keep the presets as they are, except the odd tests for Streets/Bad/Pride