Fend Prince110 T30 - Supercab IR Library
Fend Prince110 T30 is the Choptones Supercab IR Library created by capturing a Fender* Princeton Custom Reverb '68 1x10 with Celestion* Ten 30 speakers.
It is an extensive and systematic capture created with 12 microphones, 8 to 16 positions each microphone and multiple Mic preamps, for more than 300 IRs globally.
The cabinet is straight front, open back solid wood construction, made out of a modern Fender* Princeton amp. The speaker, a smaller speaker that sounds bigger, with really warms low-end and musical mid-range. The articulated top-end provide a nice tone for cleans and sparkle for overdriven tones.
Captures are performed with a motorized mic stand in order to have consistent measurements across libraries.
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Any single library in the collection is created after an extensive sampling and editing work, seeking the perfection in every capturing step.
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Made for the supercabinet
The library is created for the TH-U SuperCabinet, which allows to:
- graphically browse the IRs in the library
- blend them together
- craft new cabinet tones with the unique Multiband mode
- use the IR in the software
- export the IRs in .wav, compatible with the software IR loaders and all the major hardware modelers
The microphones used during the capturing session are:
- AKG* C414
- Audio Technica* 2035
- Audix* i5
- Beyerdynamic* M160
- Electrovoice* RE20
- Neumann* U87
- Royer* 121
- Sennheiser* MD21
- Sennheiser* MD421
- Sennheiser* MD441
- Shure* SM7
- Shure* SM57
Every microphone has been moved to 4 different horizontal position (Cap, Cap Edge, Cone and Cone Edge) and two distances, for a total of 8 IRs each.
For some microphones, the set of 8 measurements has been repeated with the microphone off axis (45 deg).
All the measurement set has been repeated twice, with two different Mic preamps: a Neve* 1073 and a German preamp.