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> Now You Have To Learn Making Ir's :d
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post Jul 19 2019, 08:00 PM
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Only a few days after starting the Mcabinet topic this is released;

https://www.stltones.com/pages/stl-ignite-libra



So now if you want to be called a modern guitar player, you also have to learn how to design your IR cab. biggrin.gif


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Todd Simpson
post Jul 20 2019, 12:44 AM
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The Demo was pretty cool. Being able to load all those IR files and just drag the dot around is handy! You can load your faves and then find the sweet spot in real time as you play the mx. Looks like a very handy tool
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Only a few days after starting the Mcabinet topic this is released;

https://www.stltones.com/pages/stl-ignite-libra



So now if you want to be called a modern guitar player, you also have to learn how to design your IR cab. biggrin.gif
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post Jul 20 2019, 01:47 PM
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Yeah, once found the tone can export the ir and reduce cpu load too.

Both products essentially do the same thing but in a very different way. If one prefers eq type tweaks the Mcab. but if prefers blending then this is very good.


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