TAF GH12Alnico - Supercab IR Library
TAF GH12Alnico is the Supercab IR Library created by Andy from TheAmpFactory in his Orangetreestudios HQ, capturing a Marshall* 4x12 1968 with Celestion* GH12-preRola speakers.
"Another famous cab, this was hand picked by the main man Hendrix himself. he auditioned several cabs from this manufacturer, but none were good enough until this turned up, it had a different chassis, and new speakers (for the time) - Alnico* GH12, very rare for its year - its a 4x12 cabinet, that has its unique looks and sound. - We were worried about capturing this, as the detail the speakers give would not translate, but we were wrong, it does & it did!. incredible lower-mid punch makes this a "Riff" machine workhorse!"
- Andy (TheAmpFactory)
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
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The SuperCabinet offers a wide collection of IR libraries, including the Official Jensen Speakers IRs, Choptones and The Cab Factory.
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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Speaker: Celestion* GH12-preRola
Origin: Marshall* 4x12 1968
Mic Pre: GreatRiver MP2nV
The IRs have been captured using the following 14 microphones:
- AKG* C414
- Audix* i5
- Beyerdynamic* M160
- DPA* 4011
- Electrovoice* RE20
- Neumann* U47
- Neumann* U87
- Peluso* R14
- Royer* 121
- Sennheiser* MD421
- ShinyBox* 46MXL
- Shure* 545 SD
- Shure* SM7B
- Shure* SM57
- Sony* C800G
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.
All IRs in the library are phase alined, so they can be blended with no phase cancellations.