FREE: BGelais Impulse Response Pack feat. Pantera

Check out this killer impulse response pack from BGelais, this time focusing on Pantera! Tones include Cowboys From Hell, Walk, Slayer’s Rain in Blood, Megadeth’s Symphony of Destruction and others. BGelais makes awesome stuff (check out the Metallica pack here), they sound great and they’re all free. PROS: Great sounding, classic tones CONS: None DOWNLOAD: http://gosong.net/download/J_sO5ghXkkA/BGelais_Guitar_Stuff_-_New.html…

FREE: Metallica Gold Impulse Response Collection

Trying to get those classic Metallica guitar tones but just can’t nail the sound? Here’s your answer. The Metallica Gold IR Pack by BGelais is a collection of jaw-droppingly accurate cabinet impulse responses based on classic tunes from Metallica’s back catalogue. Wanting to get that scorching Creeping Death crunch? Sorted. Love the guitar tones from…

FREE: Poulin LeCab2 Cabinet Impulse Loader VST

LePou Plugins’ classic cabinet impulse loader is a winner. You can blend up to six (yes, six) impulses at once for the ultimate wall-of-sound guitar tone. Not only that but you’ve got high and low pass filters, phase, delay, and pan functions for every channel , and you can adjust latency down to 64 samples.…

FREE: keFIR Cabinet Impulse Loader

Looking for a cabinet impulse loader? The no-nonsense keFIR is a good starting point. keFIR is a zero latency VST that lets you load cabinet impulses quickly and easily. There’s no extra bells or whistles here. Simply turn the ‘Mix’ up to 100%, adjust your gain and you’re rocking. If you’re after a stable, low…

FREE: BestPlugins IR5 Cabinet Impulse Responses

The new guitar cabinet impulse response pack from BestPlugins has been released! Yay! As always, the IR Pack 5 contains a bunch of storming metal tones guaranteed to break hearts and melt faces. Included here are: Chimera, Trivium, Nevermore, Annihilator, Slayer, Limp Bizkit, Born of Osiris, Bring Me The Horizon, Cattle Decapitation, Anthrax, Brain Drill,…

FREE: Grebz Tiny Cabinet Impulses

I once read, I forget where, that, sometimes, the smallest amps have the mightiest tone. If you’ve been using impulses from giant Marshall stacks and solid-state Randall monsters, you may have been missing out. Try these on for size: Here are impulses generated from four tiny amps—an Orange Micro Crush CR3, a Roland Micro Cube,…