York Audio – AMPG 410 HS – IR library (Kemper, WAV)

By | June 26, 2022


Publisher: York Audio
Website: yorkaudio.com
Format: KIPR, WAV
Quality: 24 bit 96, 48, 44.1 kHz mono

The York Audio AMPG 410 HS is based on an Ampeg™ Heritage Series SVT-410HLF 4×10 cabinet loaded with custom Eminence™ speakers. Huge low frequencies with just the right amount of subsonic frequencies, dynamic mids that can be harsh or build up with a powerful attack, and crisp highs with excellent articulation of notes even when overdriven make this cabinet exceptionally versatile. It pairs well with a wide range of different sounds and styles. This cabinet was recently used as the centerpiece for Hayley Williams’ album Petals for Armor, recorded here in Nashville, Tennessee. Several of the techniques used in the album were implemented in the creation of this library.

Content :
Mics Included in this Cab Pack:
Shure Beta 52
Shure SM57
Shure SM7 (vintage)
Sennheiser MD421 (vintage)
Sennheiser e906
Beyerdynamic M88 TG
Beyerdynamic M160
sE Rupert Neve RNR1
Royer R-121
Shure KSM 313
Neumann FET 47 (vintage)


All products have been tested with Fractal Audio Systems™, Line 6™, Strymon™, and Kemper™ hardware, as well as DAW plug-ins to ensure seamless integration with your digital modeling units.
York Audio products are licensed, not owned. It is illegal to share York Audio products, so please support our brand and ensure more great content by purchasing your desired products. All sales are final, as there are no refunds on digital goods.

All Cab Packs come in .WAV format in 24-bit 96k, 48k, and 44.1k files.

All IR’s are 500ms for maximum resolution. Hardware units that require shorter files will automatically truncate 500ms files to the unit’s preferred length upon import.
Phase Aligned and Natural Phase versions are provided.
Fractal Audio™, Line 6™ Helix, Atomic™ Amplifire, and most IR loading amp modelers utilize 48k files.
Kemper™ units ulitize 44.1k files.
Strymon™ Iridium utilizes 96k files.
Suhr™ Reactive Load I.R. files are included in their own folder.

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