It wasn't an RAR issue... it was a "page does not fully load" issue... I initally tried it from work and we are running VIPRE and that sucker catches just about everything. It downloaded just fine at home... Thanks again!
I am also not a fan of this visual mic position findings in some libraries. Thats why I choose my mic positions by actually having a signal running through the cab. Then I moved it as long as it sounded good with the source I had at the moment.So far I am liking these in my Ultra better than the redwirez. My main problem with the redwirez is when the mics move from dustcap to edge, the jumps are too big. Everytime I'm messing around with the reds, I am always saying man, I wish there was an "inbetween" This Kalthallen collection has a lot of "little moves" Anyone else agree/disagree?
I couldn't hear a difference between them. I guess that's goodHi guys,
just registered new here, because I was told to do so.
I just released a library of IRs, Nebula programs and since yesterday also an Axe and Axe II version of the impulse responses.
Since I don't own an Axe-Fx, I hope everything works as it should
Kalthallen Cabs - Guitar cabinet IRs and Nebula programs
I saw there was already a thread about me in this forum. It was in the time I developed the best possible Nebula method to make a cab as realistic as possible.
This library is the result, kinda.
If you're interested,I made a shootout between Real mic'ed cab, Nebula and IR.
3rdShootout - Minus.com
here are the results: (select to read them )
A - Nebula with saturation captured at 44.1 kHz
B - Impulse 44.1 kHz
C - Impulse 96 kHz
D - Mic
E - Nebula in 96 kHz without capturing saturation, just like an impulse but with dynamics