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Name/Version: Convolution Pro Expansions 1.2
Author: jachinboaz  
Description: The link and address + update , i will be posting new dryer examples soon.

Impulse response library for Max for Live Convolution pro Plugin ( they will load into most other wav friendly Convolution plugins )

This library organises 1925 additional fx inside Convolution pro in new menus ( please see image ) and totally opens up Ableton live adding a ton of additional creative effects power.

Featuring many obscure and expensive hardware effects processors as well as custom made spatial treatments and special fx the library is a very deep collection of treatments .

The library focuses in particular on psychoacoustic effects and virtual spaces but also includes tons of spring and plate reverbs and hardware fx units like the Eventide H3000 and H8000 , micro and dry spaces and also spectral fx etc.

Please checkout the link for more info and fully wet demos , the impulses also sound amazing blended and do insane stuff to the stereo field at times and sense of depth and richness of sounds.

I have added a few more hardware units and folders to the collection now.
 

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Live Version Used: 9.0.1
Max Version Used: 7.3.5
Date Added: Feb 28 2019 19:18:05
Date Last Updated: Jun 22 2019 01:13:20
Device Type: audio_device
Download URL (report link) https://kineticsoundprism.bandcamp.com/album/ableton-convolution-pro-fx-library
License (more info): Commercial


Comments

really interested in buying these, BUT could you plz do not only 100% wet demos?? right now i have no idea how they sound in a more realistic scenario, i think 50% wet (plus slow fade in/out) is more than enough to judge how they complement a dry signal.

Trust me, this is an amazing pack!!!

no offense but i dont blindly trust in any new products (too much snake oil out there) and id still like to listen to some useful demos (as explained above) before i spend my money on something.

@jachinboaz: you should still have some sort of daw project of the demos. just do another round of takes and reduce the wet mix amount to 20-50%. shouldnt take you more than 1-2 hours. and if its as amaizing as encoderaudio writes i (and hopefully many other ppl) will buy and recommend it.

could you please point me to your actual place holder recording?
It sounds very good :)

is it a 3001 audio book?

Sorry and i will address all the mentioned issues and many thanks

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