Amplifire Clean/Acoustic Patch

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  1. speedyone

    speedyone Supporting Member

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    Hi all you Amplifire owners!

    AlecLee was nice enough to share some acoustic IRs in another thread, so I took one and made a patch with it.

    I'm using it on a Strat, in position 2, through a pair of Alto TS110A speakers.

    Hopefully, it will be of use to someone!

    :)

    Amp model=none
    Amp enable=bypassed
    Amp Power Amp=enabled
    Cab=Taylor 314ce (from AlecLee)
    Cab Enable=both outputs
    Cab roll off =20.0 kHz
    Cab peak q = 0.5
    Cab bottom = 0.0 db
    Cab air = 0.0 db
    Cab level = 14.5 db
    Boost = bypassed
    Effect = active
    Effect mode =chorus
    Effect insert = pre
    Effect speed = 0.50 hz
    Effect sweep = 30%
    Effect tweak A = 50%
    Effect tweak B = 50%
    Effect level = -5.5 db
    Effect wet mix = 50%
    Echo = active
    Echo mode = analog
    Echo insert = post
    Echo level = 0.0 db
    Echo time = 50 ms
    Echo repeats = 57%
    Echo ping pong = disabled
    Echo tails = enabled
    Echo spillover = enabled
    Echo width = 100%
    Echo flutter = 29%
    Echo flutter speed = 1.00 hz
    Echo grit = 0%
    Echo dry level = 0.0 db
    Echo ducking = 0.0 db
    Echo thresh hold = -40.0 db
    Echo release = 10 ms
    Reverb = active
    Reverb type = large
    Reverb level = 0.0 db
    Reverb decay = 42%
    Reverb LF damp = 30%
    Reverb HF damp = 20%
    Reverb diffusion = 100%
    Reverb width = 100%
    Reverb predelay = 30 ms
    Reverb spillover = enabled
    Reverb dry level = 0.0 db
    Reverb ducking = -8.0 db
    Reverb thresh hold = -40.0 db
    Reverb release = 10 ms
    Gate = bypassed
    Compressor = active
    Comp drive = 10%
    Comp attack = 1.0 ms
    Comp release = 30 ms
    Comp level = 0.0 db
    Loop = bypassed
    Wah = bypassed
    Volume = bypassed
    Graphic eq = active
    Graphic eq insert = post
    Graphic eq level = 0.0 db
    Graphic eq 80 hz = 0.0 db
    Graphic eq 160 hz = 0.0 db
    Graphic eq 320 hz = -0.5 db
    Graphic eq 640 hz = -1.5 db
    Graphic eq 1.2 k = -1.5 db
    Graphic eq 2.6 k = 0.0 db
    Graphic eq 5.1 k = 0.0 db
    Pre eq = bypassed
    Parametric eq 1, 2, & 3 = bypassed
    Footswitches = not programmed by me yet
    Main level = 0.0 db
    Main mode = mono sum L + R
     
  2. aleclee

    aleclee TGP Tech Wrangler Staff Member

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    With that IR, I find that the 80/160 Hz are useful frequences in the GEQ block. 80Hz can make the body seem larger/smaller while 160Hz adjusts the amount of "air" in the body.
     
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    Thanks! Will try it
     
  4. speedyone

    speedyone Supporting Member

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    Hopefully it works for someone!

    Next, I'm gonna work on recording some high gain stuff....
     
  5. dmock66

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    Thanks for posting this - it was very useful to me this morning at church!
     
  6. speedyone

    speedyone Supporting Member

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    eriwebnerr Member

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    Thanks for posting! Which of the acoustic IRs that he posted did you go with for this patch?
    EDIT: Nevermind! I see it as the cab block - the "Taylor 314ce" - thanks!
     
  8. speedyone

    speedyone Supporting Member

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    There may have been more than one Taylor 314ce IR....will check later today.
     

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