Originally Posted by Henry Olonga
I am just bummed that so few people are sharing.Come on you guys - especially the ones with the exotic gear - share some of that goodness around.Nebula has a thriving community of sharers and third party providers - we ought to do the same don't you reckon?
Since Christmas is just around the corner, and keeping with Henry's request, here's some Qclone files.
First one is of the fantastic low cut and low shelf of a certain very clean andFreq-y little EQ. Black face, silver knobs. I really liked the fixed low shelf and fixed frequencies of the low cut on this. It's a great 18db cut filter with a little bump at the cutoff frequency so that it keeps the low-end nice and big while cutting. The Low shelf is 6db / oct and the corner frequency is set at 120hz. I sampled both cut and boost at 2 db increments.
The rest of the EQ was clean and it would have taken tons of time to sample it all - none of which you can't already get from a clean plugin EQ already. But I really liked the cut filter since it was different, and there's not many cut filters out there, especially at 18db. I sampled the fixed low shelf also because between the low shelf and the cut filter, running two instances of Qclone (one for the cut filter and one for the shelf) you can really get a great low end happening with this IR set alone.
The second one is of my brown faced EQ that's boost only and specializes in making things clearer. I sampled the knobs at set positions - 9 o clock, 11 o clock, noon, 1 o clock, 3 o clock and full boost.
The legend is: L = Lift, O = open, T= Tight, D=Diffuse.
I sampled these using very short 1 ft mogami XLR cables and using a Mytek 8x192 converter, so the IRs should be very accurate. VERY IMPORTANT! I had trouble uploading because Gearslutz didn't accept the suffix of the files. So I changed them to a recognized one (XLS). If you want these to work with Qclone, after downloading, make sure to change the file's suffix to XPS. For example, FREAQy.xls should be RENAMED to FREAQy.xps for it to work with Qclone. Thanks!
Merry Xmas and enjoy!
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