Impulse Record's extensive collection of impulse responses allows you to choose from a wide range of locations and spaces to apply to your music or film productions. When working with audio, reverb is... Click To Read More About This Product
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Impulse Record's extensive collection of impulse responses allows you to choose from a wide range of locations and spaces to apply to your music or film productions. When working with audio, reverb is by far one of the most important processing effects to be applied. Reverbs come in many styles, but convolution reverbs offer a great deal of realism and flexibility by working with impulse responses from actual locations. An impulse response captures the acoustic characteristics of a space such as a room, church, hall or other location, and translates it into data that can be utilized by convolution reverbs. This leads the way for packages of impulse responses to be captured and sold for use in the studio.
The Convology Famous Halls and Churches Collection has some of the most beautiful halls and churches from around the globe with many available in 5.1 surround - multiple mic patterns with close, mids and fars along with foyers, side rooms, balconies and many other interesting nooks and crannies from each church and venue. All captured in 96/24 for the most pristine nuance in your recordings.
Great pride has been taken to capture the essence of each facility, capturing the heart of the room. Impulse Record captured every file not only in a pristine sonic state, but IRs that will truly transform your recordings and give you fresh and captivating reverbs and ambiences! This collection packages together a host of gorgeous sounding churches, rooms and halls from all over the world to choose from including Ivy League halls. One of the included IRs even boasts a nine second reverb - probably one of the only ones in the world captured and on the market from this particular venue.