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PastToFutureReverbs Electric To Acoustic Guitar Converter! Impulse Responses (IRs) WAV screenshot
Impulse Responses (IRs) WAV | AudioZ Exclusive | 2.42 MB
After lots of requests and 2 years of research, we have managed to make IR’s that can convert your electric guitar to an acoustic guitar.

Have you ever dreamed of changing your Strat or Les-Paul sound into an acoustic guitar?

With our new IR’s it is possible and it sounds very impressive.

Just with one IR, it will change the sound of your Strat/Les-Paul into a Martin D18 Acoustic Guitar.

We used the neck pick up of our Stratocaster in our examples.

Please use the IR's with 100% WET & 0% DRY!

You will get 13 IR’s in this Pack (For Strat & Les-Paul)

Stereo & Mono IR’s.


This exclusive release was generously supplied to us by our member trae_hym
Thank you for supporting AudioZ!



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comments

  Resident 23.04.2017 2 616
+240
Impressive! Actually sounds very authentic
(saying that about the demo, haven't actually tried it yet)
  Member 4.02.2018 28
+7
can someone explain how to use it ? Thank you.
  Moderator 12.01.2021 591
+285
You need an IR (impulse response) loader to use them. There are several for free out there. Also, often IR reverbs can load third party impulses.
  Member 29.08.2018 173
+36
Will this load into a Line6 Helix?
  Member 17.04.2023 7
+4
Since Helix Native loads IR's, it should!
  Resident 3.06.2010 133
+28
I really wish the opposite...
  Resident 4.03.2012 298
+28
I liked the demo very much

HOWEVER. when I used Waves IR the IRS loaded fine but the sound was rubbish

Anyone any ideas what I am doing wrong?

Regards

jonmoi
  Moderator 12.01.2021 591
+285
IIRC, there was an issue that with certain loaders their levels are not set correctly and must be pulled down by 18dB (the IR itself).

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