OTTO VI IT CAB PACKRegular price $32.99 Sale price $24.99
This cab is one of the most sought after, hard to find, unique (not to mention expensive), usually loaded with P50e™ Fat Bottom™ speakers. The unexpected often gives birth to something totally new, and in this case, something ültra H E A V Y. This particular one had been swapped with Eminence™ Legends™ which turned out to be a welcome surprise; a diamond in the rough. Otto Audio's method is an unrelenting pursuit of heavier, and after many shootouts, several different power amps, the final result is something sure to edge out whatever was previously deemed "Heaviest cab".
Widest selection of mic captures in the world. Not one has a fuller texture.
26 mic captures, 11 positions each - exhaustive and yet easy to navigate and find a great tone right away.
I added a total of FIVE variations of the the SM57 and it's forerunners.
Unique to this Vi iT Cab pack, NEW MIC Captures:
U87® BLACK, KM184®, C414 B ULS, SE® RNR1® RIBBON, LEWITT® LCT 440 PURE, Shure® 545 Unidyne USA (SM57 forerunner)
+Off axis capture with many of the mic captures for blending via Fredman® technique®
+ A pair of Rooms
Limitless Phase coherency - Every position and mic was phase aligned to perfection for blending with each other at any position, blending with other minimum phase cab IR's. Mix, match & stack for towers of tone without getting messy.
InteRvaled IR's ™ - I refused to stop with just accurate, or heavy - IR's must have clarity, articulation and sound pristine when playing power chords without congestion. Impact on chugs and separation when playing intervals is near top of the list of requirements when choosing a tone to play through or print to my session. How is this achieved? Fine tuning every part of the process and playing/testing by ear, then hand selecting each.
Big Iron Transformed ™ - Power amps that imbue just the right amount of push, texture and harmonics are what make Otto IR's my favorite to play. Testing thoroughly 12 different power amps, I landed on the one that has "it". I'll never tell which.
Analog Mojo signal path - You've heard it a million times, but there's a reason for it: analog gear just has that warmth, life and something extra that makes audio feel organic - so I landed on running all mics through a Neve style signal chain, finely tuned and adjusted.
Sample rates of 44.1khz, 48khz, 96khz