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REQ: ML Sound Lab Mick 77 Reflex IR Pack screenshot
Mick 77 is an ML Sound Lab Reflex IR Pack based on an Eminence™ DV-77 Mick Thomson (Slipknot) signature guitar speaker.

Naturally Mix-Ready and FRFR
Reflex IRs are raw and unprocessed captures that are naturally mix-ready. It has become common practice to rely on post-processing guitar tones and simply accepting the flaws in guitar cabinet design. The reality is that traditional guitar cabs are not optimized for miking up but for loud stage use while a modern guitarist's first priority is a high quality miked up guitar tone. Reflex IRs are ML Sounds Lab's FRFR IR solution. We take exquisite examples from our vast guitar speaker collection and maximize their their unfiltered tonal character in a neutral guitar cab optimized for miking up.

Shure™ SM57
Shure™ SM7B
Shure™ Unidyne III
Royer™ R121
Sennheiser™ e906
Sennheiser™ MD421
Beyerdynamic™ M160
Neumann™ KM184
This pack includes 5 brightness variations for each microphone and 5 multi-mic mixes. 45 impulse responses in total.

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  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2638
I watched the video and at the end he said it's FRFR IR. Having been playing with FRFR cabs before few times must say I didn't quite like it, it feels like playing guitar on consumer HiFI instead of a guitar amp. Interesting to see how it sounds in IR form.
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  Member 24.02.2023 200
I just judge IRs by EARS.
And frankly, after testing ALL IR makers (yes ... all), OwnHammer is the only one without any phase trouble.

I ear phase troubles like a flanger/phazer effect with almost all IR makers.

ML sound labs sounds phazy too.
Phasy AND "over scooped", with holes in the spectrum.
  Member 10.06.2021 4 15
I'm curious to test this too. Although I admit I can't hear phase issues unless it's extremely bizarre. What's peaking my interest is he saying this is FRFR IR, so, what's the point? The whole point of IR's is to sound like a cab in a FRFR monitor.

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