Tone Factor ORANG V30 4×12 – XR IR PACK

tone factor orang v30 4x12 xr ir pack | Plugin Crack
  • Publisher: Tone Factor
  • Product: ORANG V30 4×12 – XR IR PACK
  • Release: ARCADiA
  • Version: 1.1
  • Format: XR IR Pack

Hey there, gear heads and tone chasers! If you’re on the hunt for some seriously killer Orange-flavored tones, you’ve gotta check out the Tone Factor ORANG V30 4×12 – XR IR PACK. This bad boy is part of their XR IR Collection, and let me tell you, it’s the real deal.

So, what’s the scoop? Well, this pack is based on a modern Orange 4×12 cab loaded with some sweet UK-made Vintage 30 speakers. But here’s where it gets interesting – you’re not just getting one mic setup. Nope, you’re getting a whopping 9 different mics to play with! We’re talking dynamics, condensers, tubes, and ribbons, all captured in various positions across the speaker.

Now, I know what you’re thinking – “Great, but how versatile is it?” Well, hold onto your picks, because each single-mic IR comes in three flavors: Unaltered, Enhanced, and Top Boost. That means you can go from raw and gritty to studio-polished with just a few clicks.

But wait, there’s more! (Sorry, couldn’t resist.) They’ve also included a bunch of multi-mic blends. You can mix and match dynamics with condensers, ribbons, or other dynamics in different ratios. It’s like having a pro audio engineer at your fingertips!

The mic selection is pretty killer too. You’ve got your classics like the SM57 and MD421, but they’ve also thrown in some high-end goodies like the Royer R121 and the Neumann U87. It’s like a who’s who of mic locker legends.

Now, I’ve gotta say, I’m pretty stoked about their new XR technology. Apparently, they’ve put in some serious hours tweaking and testing these IRs to make them as close to the real deal as possible. They’re even claiming it’s hard to tell the difference between these and a real mic’d cab. Bold statement, but if it’s true, that’s a game-changer.

Oh, and for you folks who like to dive right in, they’ve included a “Tone Factor Starters” folder with 10 hand-picked IRs to get you going. Nice touch, if you ask me.

So, whether you’re recording, playing live, or just jamming in your bedroom, this IR pack seems like it could cover all your Orange-flavored bases. Just remember, you’ll need some kind of IR loader to use these bad boys.

Anyone out there tried these yet? I’d love to hear your thoughts! And if you’re on the fence, maybe it’s time to give your tone that citrusy kick it’s been craving. Rock on!

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