Rosen Digital Amp Cabinet Impulse Responses for Electric Guitar

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Rosen Digital Amp Cabinet Impulse Responses for Electric Guitar

Today, I’m going to be giving you the rundown
of these Rosen Digital Impulse Responses that

they created for guitar cabinets.

Now, a lot of times, I think when you record
direct and you’re using various software emulations,

sometimes you don’t get the whole depth of
field that you get when you record with a

real guitar amp, so it might not sound horrible,
but somehow, it’s made one-dimensional.

The Rosen impulses are really great, because
I think they come the closest that I’ve heard

using impulses to what the air and the depth
of field feels like or sounds like using close

micing.

The intention with these impulses were to
kind of get more of an “in your face”

kind of up front guitar sound for modern rock
and pop music.

I think they’ve done a really good job of
that.

I’ve recorded some examples here, and I’ve
been using the Softube vintage amp room.

For this example, I’m going to use the vintage
Marshall head emulation for the IRs, I’ve

been using Space Designer from Logic.

It’s just a standard plug-in that comes with
it.

To start off, we’re going to use this Marshall
1960A cabinet, which is a 4×12 closed back

cabinet.

It’s one of the most recorded guitar cabinets
of rock.

It’s something that our ears are pretty familiar
with.

Let’s listen to it a little bit.

[guitar 1 plays]

Okay, let’s compare that to the Softube emulation.

[guitar 2 plays]

Back to the Rosen.

[guitar 1 plays, then guitar 2 again]

The only alteration I’ll make to this sometimes,
is I feel when you’re using amp simulation

plug-ins for guitar amps, I feel like the
low end has a little bit too much energy to

it.

It’s a little too excited.

So it feels a little woofy.

More than a guitar amp with a real microphone
does, so what I use is this FabFilter plug-in,

which is really an awesome EQ plug-in, and
I basically just have it setup for a low-cut,

as you can see.

But it just takes a little of that woofiness
out.

[electric guitar]

Just cleans it up a little bit.

And I’ll A/B this.

[guitar 2]

Okay, I’m going to A/B this with the

amp room cab.

[guitar 2]

Still a little thin here, right?

***[mumbled words, overpowered by guitars]

[guitar 1]

And there’s the Rosen.

Let’s try a couple other cabs on this.

The Mesa cabs are really good in this collection.

Let’s pull up a couple of these Rectifiers
here.

Let’s listen.

[electric guitar 1 plays, Mesa cab]

I’m going to put off this FabFilter.

Let’s switch to a different Mesa.

[guitar 1 plays, new Mesa cab]

The Orange cabs are really nice as well.

[guitar 1, Orange cab]

[guitar 1, new Orange cab]

So, that’s using Softube’s Vintage Amp Room,
FabFilter, and the Rosen guitar impulses with

Space Designer.

Let’s switch gears a little bit, this time
with a different signal chain.

I’m going to be using Logic’s guitar amp simulation
plug-in, as well as the Rosen digital impulse

response for a Fender Twin Reverb, which for
those of you that don’t know, is a 2×12 open

back cabinet.

So, for as far as the Logic plug-in is concerned,
I have it setup to emulate a Blackface era

mid-wattage amp, say maybe like a Vibrolux.

Something in the 30-50 watt range, and that
is going to run through Space Designer that

uses the Rosen impulse.

Let’s listen.

[guitar]

Okay, here is Logic’s amp and cab simulation
together.

[guitar 2 plays]

It sounds a little more plastic-y, right?

Let’s go back to the Rosen one.

[electric guitar 1 plays]

Back to Logic.

[electric guitar 2 plays]

The impulses are really working great for
me when I’m working late at night and can’t

plug in amps, or if I’m doing, say, a commercial
project that’s going to require a lot of revisions

over time that it just isn’t practical to
be setting up an amp and marking down all

the settings, where the preamp was, where
the microphone was, where the levels were

on the amplifier…

I could really just open this up and pull
up the Vintage Amp Room with the Logic Emulation

and get something up and running really quick.

It’s also great for mixing engineers when
you’re working on a record with an artist

who is maybe trying to record themselves,
and they don’t have a ton of experience, it’s

always great to get them to give you a direct
signal, along with the other signal that they’re

recording, because in the event that they
don’t know how to record a great amp sound,

you have opened up a backdoor for yourself
that you can then pull up some plug-ins and

put these cab impulse responses on them, and
get them to sit much, much nicer in the mix,

which doesn’t take a lot of work to do as
you can tell.

I put a little bit of this filter on them,
just to kind of kill some of the woofiness

that exists, which it has nothing to do with
Rosen, it’s just kind of inherent in a lot

of the guitar emulation plug-ins.

But this could be really fantastic in different
circumstances.

Rosen Digital Amp Cabinet Impulse Responses for Electric Guitar

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An overview of Rosen Digital Cabinet Impulse Responses for electric guitar and how it compares to options in Softube Vintage Amp Room and Logic Amp Designer.

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