Anyone? Part of the reasone I opted for Orchestra was GP Pro, but it seems neglected in the docs. Help! I wanna hear my Marshall on my direct-in guitar tracks!!!
Convolution is not actually going to work for this. You can get the tone of the cabinet/amp combination, but not the compression or distortion. The convolution process is not applicable to those results. So, you would probably hit the chain as "distortion DSP to compression DSP to convolution of amp/cabinet response." You might also conceivably compress the output of the convolution just a bit, but this would be emulative of post production compression.
Thanks guys. I'm not surprised that conv. is not for distortion, now that I think of it.....but just WHY not....a short explanation would be interesting to hear.
As for that URL, good, yes. My main question, however, remains unanswered:
What is best to use as the wav file I import as my microphone recorded data?? No mention of just what the impulse is in this set of instructions. Used a hand clap, works OK, but seems to have a cheapening effect on the tone of whatever instrument is used.....does the actual spectrum of the room sample get encoded? Should my impusle file be normalized? I need more nuts and bolts, if anyone has the resources and doesn't mind....