P2P | 11 January 2021 | 22.7 MB
The York Audio AMPG 410 HS is based on an Ampeg™ Heritage Series SVT-410HLF 4×10 cabinet loaded with custom Eminence™ speakers. The tone has to be experienced to be believed. A thunderous low end with the right amount of subsonics, a dynamic midrange that can bark or be scooped with punchy attack, and a clear top end with great note articulation even when overdriven make this an exceptionally diverse cabinet that pairs well with a wide variety of basses and styles.
This particular cabinet was recently used as a foundational element of Hayley Williams’ Petals for Armor album recorded here in Nashville, TN, and several engineering methods used on the album were implemented in the making of this Cab Pack.
For years, bass players have felt forgotten in the modeling world. Their options are fairly limited, and high quality bass cabinet IRs are few and far between. With this in mind, York Audio made sure that this pack would be tonally diverse with classic microphones as well as microphones not found in any other Cab Pack in order to cater to bass players and give them the tone the’ve been craving. Along with 11 record-ready multi-mic Mixes, the pack includes 90 single mic shots that sound equally as good on their own.
Mics Included in this Cab Pack:
Shure Beta 52
Shure SM7 (vintage)
Sennheiser MD421 (vintage)
Beyerdynamic M88 TG
sE Rupert Neve RNR1
Shure KSM 313
Neumann FET 47 (vintage)
Port and Tweeter captures
All products have been tested with Fractal Audio Systems™, Line 6™, Strymon™, and Kemper™ hardware, as well as DAW plug-ins to ensure seamless integration with your digital modeling units.
All Cab Packs come in .WAV format in 24-bit 96k, 48k, and 44.1k files.
All IR’s are 500ms for maximum resolution. Hardware units that require shorter files will automatically truncate 500ms files to the unit’s preferred length upon import.
Phase Aligned and Natural Phase versions are provided.
Fractal Audio™, Line 6™ Helix, Atomic™ Amplifire, and most IR loading amp modelers utilize 48k files.
Kemper™ units ulitize 44.1k files.
Strymon™ Iridium utilizes 96k files.
Suhr™ Reactive Load I.R. files are included in their own folder.