There are also some free impulses from the 480 and 960 on the NoiseVault forum, all of them in mono-to-stereo. Personally, now that I have been working for several weeks on this type of project, I think they could or should have been much better. I will post one free stereo-stereo impulse set next week that you can compare with the corresponding free mono-stereo impulse of the TC6000.
Hey Jose, thanks
Indeed, one of my next projects will be the LX96, to give the animal a nickname I will also focus on surround, more for PostPro applications.
I will probably spend more time then on making variations of a smaller set of presets. I did that for 5 presets in my current library and in retrospect I really like that (different source position, different levels of early reflections, etc). This works especially well if you want to position different instruments and groups differently (kind of GigaPulse approach).
About legal ramifications: this is certainly not the first library emulating wellknown units with IR's. It is probably one of the first ones that is offered separately from a convolution plugin, like the Waves IR1 or AltiVerb. With these plugins you also get programs like "Lexington 48L". These devices were created for processing audio - and I use them for that purpose. Like a sample library from a Steinway grand piano. Of course this is emulation, not copying. The original devices/instruments are way much more flexible and powerful than the emulations, that will never be able to replace the originals.
Yes, but not before the standalone version of GigaPulse is available. I don't know yet if it will mean much work for me, so I can't say anything about upgrading from this version to a GigaPulse version.