Amplifire “Presets Pack 1” – 152 presets
Price: 30 Euros
This is my first presets pack for Amplifire, with 152 presets – yes, that’s more than the Amplifire can store ! –, with their IRs bundled. Released after firmware 2.0 and upgraded with new presets after firmware 3.0, and 100 % compatible with current firmware.
As you all know, we can’t share presets using commercial IRs. I have a few presets using commercial IRs by Ownhammer, so I won’t share those. However, most of my presets uses custom hybrid IRs which I made using various methods – mixing free IRs from various sources, tonematching guitar stems (and even YouTube videos of guitar amps !), tonematching of presets from other guitar processors with Ozone, and even of other guitars. For example, I borrowed a Strat, captured its position 4 “quack” sound and used it as a source, my Ibanez position 4 sound as a destination, and applied the resulting curve (with Ozone) to a custom “Fender” cab – so now my Ibanez, with that cab, sounds more like a Strat. It may sounds weird, but it works 🙂
Note that these cabs and the presets using them are NOT exact tonematches of the presets from the other modelers (and by choice, none of my original presets which are from the Axe-Fx uses FAS stock or cab packs – they use various free cabs) : they are more “in the ballpark” but not identical cabs/presets, using some EQ’ing to suit the AmpliFire amp models, according to my taste. And even after the tonematching process, I tweaked the AmpliFire presets again.
As a result, these custom cabs are not exact representations of existing cabs, like those sold by Ownhammer. But what matters to me is that they sound how I like to complement the AmpliFire amp models, often with fatter low mids, for example. Of course you can always import the Ownhammer you bought to use them with my presets.
Legal stuff :
Please note, these files are for Atomic AmpliFire only, and for firmware 2.0 and above.
It is a digital download, so there will be no refund for any reason including purchasing by mistake.
These files are in a .rar compressed archive, which is a standard format. PC users can Winrar, Winzip or 7zip to extract them. Popular tools for MAC users are Stuffit Expander, Unrar x or The Unarchiver. Most computers already have tools for that, and most of these applications are free.