Samplicity IR Libraries Digital Reverbs T600 WAV (1 dvd)
This first Impulse Response (IR) library from Samplicity
offers 89 presets from the famous TCE System 6000 hardware
reverb in pristine 32 bit quality (24 bit versions are also
included). All IRs are available in 48 Khz as well as 44.1 Khz
versions, in the Wave file format. For Altiverb 5/6 users
there a two folder structures, containing the Wave files with
the required folder names and file names.
About "True Stereo"
This library contains True Stereo, or "stereo-to-stereo" impulse
response sets, as well as "mono-tostereo" impulse files. The True
Stereo sets use filenames that end with "L" and "R". Mono-to-stereo
files end with "C" (for Center). This does not apply to the Altiverb
files, where we follow the filenaming convention of AudioEase.
If you are not certain how to load True Stereo IR sets, please
check the documentation of your convolution plugin.
True stereo IR sets consist of two stereo IR files, one with reverb
information for sound from the left (L) input channel and one for
sound from the right (R) input channel. Both files need to be fed
with a centered mono signal from respectively the L and R channel.
Most current convolution plugins have presets for True Stereo
If you use mono-to-stereo IRs it is a good practise to make the input
signal mono or nearly mono. Otherwise off-center sounds will have an
off-center reverb, which sounds rather odd. For optimal results use
the True-Stereo IR sets
Why 32 bit?
This version of the Samplicity T600 library now also includes all
the presets of the famous System 6000 hardware reverb in 32 bit,
whereas version 1.0 only provided 24 bit files. The advantage of
using 32 bit files is that you get a slightly better quality than
when using 24 bit files, since we did all the processing and editing
in 32 bit floating point format. Of course we have also created and
included 24 bit versions of all presets in case your plugin cannot
handle 32 bit files. For optimal results use the 32 bit IR versions
Using 32 bit IR-files instead of 24 bit files does not make any
difference in CPU-load, as all convolution plugins use 32 bit
floating point as their internal processing format. Still, the
Samplicity impulse responses are typically long and thus may
require more CPU resources than other - free or commercial - IR's
from the System 6000.
Note: the Wave files use the 32 bit floating point format (required
for the Waves IR-1 plugin).
FileSize: 1.73 GB