JOEY STURGIS TONES Releases New Conquer All IR Pack (With Fluff Demo)


Joey Sturgis Tones has just dropped their newest pack of guitar cab impulse responses, Conquer All Vol. 2. Fluff did a demo for it, which you can hear above.

Joey Sturgis Tones, the audio production software company founded by renowned producer and educator Joey Sturgis, has released Conquer All Vol. 2, a guitar impulse pack featuring over 135 all new Impulse Responses. Conquer All Vol. 2 can be purchased now for $34.95 from the JST website. Commented Joey Sturgis: “Conquer All Vol. 2 is our most comprehensive collection of Impulse Responses yet! We’ve put in a lot of time on these to try and embody the most useful options for heavy guitar players everywhere.” Conquer All Vol. 2 features 68 raw and 68 mixed Impulse Responses made with two Class A preamps, three new cabs and four different dynamic microphones. Every impulse in this pack was meticulously phase-aligned and level-matched for optimal sonic accuracy. Hear Conquer All Vol 2. in action on SoundCloud. Stay tuned for more information on Conquer All Vol. 2 and Joey Sturgis Tones.

Conquer All Vol. 2 is a set of ALL NEW 136 unbelievable Impulse Responses (68 raw & 68 mixed) made with:

2 Class A Preamps
3 New Cabs
4 Different Dynamic Microphones
Equipment used for capturing IRs includes:

Peavey 6505 (120W, 6L6 Tubes)
Marshall 30th Anniversary Edition 6100 (100W, EL34 Tubes)
Zilla Fatboy (2×12, Custom, Celestion Vintage 30 & Creamback)
Blackstar Series One (4×12, Standard)
Orange PPC112 (1×12, Standard)
API 312 (Classic design using 2520 op amp)
Don Classics NV73 (Neve 1073 clone)
Shure SM57
Sennheiser MD421
Beyerdynamic M201
Sennheiser e906
Every impulse in this pack was meticulously phase-aligned and level-matched not only with each other, but with the original Conquer All – IR Pack as well, providing convenience and true neutrality when comparing IR options.

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