How to clone an impulse response?

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Re: How to clone an impulse response?

Post by dpclarkson » Tue Nov 29, 2011 1:32 am

Would it also be possible for NAT to sample very short impulses?
I have lots of single mic mono wav impulses I would like
to convert to Nebula.
Would there be a sonic advantage,
other than just making a perfect clone?
Just wanted to know if it's worth the effort.

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Re: How to clone an impulse response?

Post by yr » Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:04 pm

dpclarkson wrote:Would it also be possible for NAT to sample very short impulses?
I have lots of single mic mono wav impulses I would like
to convert to Nebula.
Would there be a sonic advantage,
other than just making a perfect clone?
Just wanted to know if it's worth the effort.
I think you can probably use preamp templates for such short impulses. You can make some very interesting presets, especially if you add a tiny bit of saturation that matches the mic type (transformer/tube etc).
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