The IR library that started it all
Recabinet – Remastered is an updated, remastered, curated version of the original Recabinet speaker cabinet IR library (and first Kazrog product), recorded by Shane McFee in 2009 at JJ Blair’s Fox Force Five Recorders. When this library launched, it was the first commercial library of speaker cabinet impulse responses, and by far the largest collection in existence at the time.
- 10 cabinets spanning vintage and modern eras.
- 9 microphones with multiple positions.
- 828 total IRs!
- Multiple sample rates, WAV format
- Kemper, Fractal Audio Axe FX, and Line 6 Helix format IRs also included, ready to load onto your device of choice
|Folder Name||Actual Cabinet Used|
|1960 4x12||Marshall 1960AV 4x12|
|Blackface 4x10||Fender 1965 Super Reverb 4x10|
|Excel 4x12||Randall RS412XLT100 4×12|
|Green 4x12||1970s Marshall 4x12|
|Motown 1x15||1960s Ampeg Portaflex B15N|
|Oversize 4x12||Mesa/Boogie Standard 4×12|
|Tangerine 4x12||Orange PPC412-C|
|Top Boost 2x12||Vox AC30 Reissue|
|Tweed 1x12||1953 Fender Deluxe 1x12|
|Zodiac 2x12||1960s Selmer Zodiac Twin 30|
|File Name Segment||Actual Mic Used|
|545||Shure Unidyne III 545SD|
|D12||AKG D12 (only used on Motown 1x15)|
- PC/Mac - WAV format IR loader plugin such as Ignite Amps NadIR (free)
- Hardware FX units - IR compatible outboard FX unit, such as Kemper Profiler, Fractal Audio Axe FX series, Line 6 Helix, Mooer Preamp Live, etc.
The amount of tones you can get from this at a killer price is an easy 5 star. This was my go to back in the day, and I love what I'm getting from it now.
Recabinet - Remastered
I didn't realize that this was a sample library without a player, until I had already bought it.
I kinda forgot about it.
At first I thought that direct recording with cab simulation would sound horrible. I was deeply pleased that adding Recabinet made my recordings sound so professional like I would be touring musician, not amatour.
So to sum up all stars and keep on rocking. I would like to only add that I used Solar V2.6, Marshall DSL100, Fryette Power Station PS2 and Reaper as a DAW.