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Blending cabs/IRs

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I'm running an amp and want to make a doomy sound. So I'm running an IR of a guitar cab and a bass cab. How do I blend them to get say, 30% bass, 70% guitar cab? Does the mix option effect that or does it only effect the amount of dry signal that is blended with the cab. Thanks.

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Mix affects dry/wet level.

 

I assume you are running them parallel. You can blend them with that split, or you could blend them by adjusting their "level" parameter in the IR blocks individually. Just lower the level in the cab that you want less from, and adjust to taste.

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There are sooo many ways to do it that most likely you should just try a few different things and find out what works best for you.

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I guess what I mean is I know what I want to do, I'm just not sure which controls do it.  But like you said, time to experiment.

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I'm running an amp and want to make a doomy sound. So I'm running an IR of a guitar cab and a bass cab. How do I blend them to get say, 30% bass, 70% guitar cab? Does the mix option effect that or does it only effect the amount of dry signal that is blended with the cab. Thanks.

You are correct, turning down the “Mix†parameter will introduce dry signal which is (probably) not what you want. The way I would approach this would be to us an A/B split block and adjust it toward the guitar cab to taste. Another interesting option is to use a Crossover split block and send low frequencies to the bass cab and everything else to the guitar cab. Fun stuff to play with!

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