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Wish Tone Match Block

Smittefar

Fractal Fanatic
Please try to read what I have been saying for ages now. An IR is a series of frequency spectrums with (often) 2048 24 bit values across the frequency spectrum for each sample in time. A UR IR contains 8000 such samples, a TM contains one.
 

Smittefar

Fractal Fanatic
No, as I said many times, an IR is a frequency spectrum that evolves in time (hence its usefulness for reverbs). A spectrum cannot be described by one 24 bit word. A TM does not evolve in time, which is why, I describe it as a 1sample (in time, not in frequency) IR.
 

AlGrenadine

Axe-Master
Vendor
No, as I said many times, an IR is a frequency spectrum that evolves in time (hence its usefulness for reverbs). A spectrum cannot be described by one 24 bit word. A TM does not evolve in time, which is why, I describe it as a 1sample (in time, not in frequency) IR.
It evolves in time just like other cab irs do.
TM can be saved as cab ir, even as ultrares one
 
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