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PastToFutureReverbs Beatle Chambers Impulse Responses (IRs) WAV screenshot
Impulse Responses (IRs) WAV | AudioZ Exclusive | 24.41 MB
Amazing sounding chambers

Great chamber reverbs from the most famous studio of the ’60s

You will get 44 IR’s in this collection. (Mono & Stereo)


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  Resident 16.03.2013 798
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Para-para-parAUDIOZ/SEX! Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh...
  Member 30.12.2013 1 51
This impulse sounds cool
  Member 29.11.2020 29 2559
yes, I already been using them. It's pretty good.
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Resident 7.07.2016 11 984
So they made IRs of the Waves/Abbey road chambers? Because AR forbids any IRs of the studios.
  Member 21.05.2018 8 260
I've experimented with other chamber reverb plug-ins to see how they compared. And the results were more clear than I had expected.
I was particularly excited about Waves Abbey Road Chambers as a comparison, but to my surprise, PastToFutureReverb's IR was far superior in sound quality.
Waves ARCs, a modeling plug-in, has strong "harsh digital sounds" that is unpleasant to listen to if used as-is, so the material must be properly processed before using the plug-in, and the output from the plug-in must be filtered.
However, PastToFutureReverb's IRs are of sufficient quality to be used as is, and I was able to obtain a very natural and ideal chamber reverb sound.
Compared to other IR-based chamber reverbs (not modeled hardware reverbs), PastToFutureReverb's IR is top of the line in terms of quality.
I will be the first to try this IR in future situations where a chamber reverb is needed.
  Member 29.11.2020 29 2559
yes, I agree. I think the Waves sounds harsher due to its added saturation and what not, these IRs are smoother.
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Member 2.02.2015 43 72
which plugin to use?
  Resident 28.12.2016 362
You could try the Nembrini IR loader from the site, there are other alternatives as well.
  Member 2.02.2015 43 72
thank you
  Member 21.05.2018 8 260
You can use the following plug-ins to load IR files.

Stereo IR files = Waves IR1 Efficient
Mono IR files = Waves IR1 Mono
Multi Channel IR files = Waves IR1 Full

Let me give you some TIPS.

1. When loading an IR file, choose "Import IR - do not normalize" from the IR1 menu and save it as a user preset.

2. When using a saved preset, use Waves IR1 in the bus track if it is a reverb or delay IR. For tape machine or microphone IR, use it as an insert on each track.

3. When inserting into the bus track, start with a send level of about -40dB. When using it as an insert, turn down the output level of IR1 to the lowest level before using it. Gradually increase the level and make it exactly the same as the dry level of the material in 0.1dB increments.
  Member 2.02.2015 43 72
thank you

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