Designed as an expansion for Overloud's revolutionary SuperCabinet IR processor, Overloud Jensen Falcon 10 SuperCabinet IR Library is a systematic capture of a Jensen Tornado 100, from the Jet series, installed in two different enclosures:
- a 2x12" Open Back cabinet
- a 4x12" Closed Back cabinet
Totalling 576 IRs and developed in conjunction with a Jensen Speakers product specialist, this library recreates the most authentic playing experience, as if you were playing an original speaker.
A very successful and versatile 10” speaker, the Falcon 10 adds a new dimension of openness to the classic, fat and warm tone of its 12” version. The membrane is based on a natural, hemp-like material, responsible for the organic response in the midrange.
The seamed cone delivers an unexpected bass response for its 10” size and it is balanced perfectly with its sweet, yet cutting and present high end. Both in the 1x10 and 2x10 configuration, the Falcon 10 is known for making up for a huge, articulate tone, much bigger than the speaker itself. In a 4x10 enclosure, it retains the fast attack and the sparkle, coupled with a full bodied, solid tone.
This library was created for the TH-U Supercabinet that allows you to:
- Graphically browse the IRs in the library
- Blend multiple IRs and create totally custom and huge stereo guitar tones
- Compose new cabinet tones with the unique Multiband mode
- Export your crafted IRs in .wav format for use with all major hardware modelers and software IR loaders
The microphones used during the capturing session are:
- AKG C12
- AKG C414
- AKG C414 XLS
- Audio Technica AT4033
- Coles 4038
- Electro Voice RE16
- Groove Tubes MD1
- Neumann KM84
- Neumann U47
- Neumann U87
- RODE NT1
- Royer R121
- Sennheiser E609
- Sennheiser MD421
- Shure B52
- Shure SM57
- Shure SM58
- Shure SM81
Every microphone was moved to four different horizontal positions (Cap, Cap Edge, Cone and Cone Edge) and two distances, for a total of eight IRs each.
All measurement sets have been repeated for each one of the cabinets in the library.
All IRs have been phase aligned and they can be blended without phase cancellations.