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Download Impulse Response Expansion Sets for Max for Live’s Convolution Reverb device!
I was just trying to learn more about convolution reverb when I stumbled upon a mother load of IRs! Turns out Ableton has a bunch of highly recommended IRs and I happen across a ton more! Happy days are here at last.
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If you don’t have the Max Convolution reverb device yet, but have the Live 9 suite, go here to download the Max Essentials free device pack! The pack comes with a boat load of IRs and a number of other great devices as well.
*There are also other convolution reverb vsts out there if Max isn’t for you.
What is Convolution Reverb and Impulse Response (IR) Samples?
Convolution Reverb Plugin
A Convolution Reverb consists of a recorded sample (called an Impulse Response or “IR”) of an acoustic space to excitation from a signal such as a sweep tone, starter gun, or snare drum crack, and the effect on the space of that signal after it has been removed and usably transformed by the convolution processor. Convolution reverbs essentially record and process the reverberant behavior unique to a real acoustic space. – bhphotovideo
Where can I find Expansion Packs ( impulse response samples )?
Now that you know what you are looking for a simple google search will lead you in the right direction. Here are what I have found. Vray license server not working.
- Joshua Casper [free] – 2oo HD/HQ synthesized IRs
- Echo Thief [free] – IRs from out-of-the-way spaces from all over North America. 90 unique spaces: caves, skateparks, stairwells, underpasses, glaciers, concert halls, and more.
- Echochamber [gone away] – a selection of hardware and DSP IRs from a mixing/mastering studio. The site is in German, I think, but the zip files are clearly labled.
- Fokke van Saane [free] – an eclectic IR collection spanning from classic hardware reverb units to the engine of a Mercedes. Radios, inside a mouth, factories, small chruches and lots more.
- Dubbhism [free] – as the name implies, these IRs are tailored to dub. Featuring vintage spring, plate, hall, and other reverb units.
- FFS Percussive Echoes – a free selection of IRs designed specifically for drums, from sound designer Diego Stocco.
- Samplicity [free / paid] a couple free packs
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- Open Air Library [gone away] – very detailed records of the recording equipment and areas. Also, previews of voice & drums
- Propellerhead Software’s List – a massive list on its own!
- Voxengo – a few unique resposes
Where do I put the files once I have them?
Watch this short video tutorial. Essentially you can just drag and drop. All the heavy lifting;). However, for the Max device, if you would like the IRs to show up in the two drop down menus you need to put them in the right space and there are a couple ways to organize.
Here is a short tutorial on working with the impulse response files and where to put them so they show up in the preset menus!
File Pathway to the IR folder.
Documents -> Ableton -> Factory Packs -> Max for Live Essentials -> Max Audio Effect -> Convolution Reverb -> IRs
How can I record my own unique Impulse Responses?
If you want to collect your own IRs, you can use the IR Measurement Device (included with the Max for Live Essentials Pack). With adjustable settings for capturing audio and generating either impulses or sweeps, the IR Measurement Device makes it easy to make an IR out of anything in your studio.
Impulse Response Measurement Device
Mac Users IR Installation Instructions for Max’s Convolution Reverb Device
If you’re on a mac, go to the location you described above (*Documents -> Ableton -> Factory Packs -> Max for Live Essentials) . Then right-click on the maxforliveessentials pack and choose “show package contents”. Then go into Max Audio Effect>Convolution Reverb>IRs. If you put your IRs in the IR folder, they will show up in the Convolution Reverb Pro device’s drop down menu inside Live.