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NadIR

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Convolver Plugin by Ignite Amps
NadIR
NadIR by Ignite Amps is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
Product
Version
2.0.1
System Requirements
Windows 7 or above
Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon XP
Product
Version
2.0.1
System Requirements
OS X 10.9 or above
Intel processor with SSE2 instructions support
Effect
Formats
Copy Protection
None
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NadIR is a zero latency, dual Impulse Response (IR) convolver, designed to be used as a cabinet simulator for guitar and bass (pre)amplifiers (VST/AU or even hardware).

It has been designed to perform pristine quality convolution in real time, while being light on the CPU and easy to use, providing advanced built-in filters and delay controls to let guitarists and bassists shape their tone with ease, without the need to be professional audio engineers.
NadIR is meant to be used as a cabinet simulator for live playing and jamming, tracking or mixing inside hosts capable of AAX, AU, VST or VST3 Plug-Ins support.

Main Features:

  • Zero Latency.
  • Low CPU usage.
  • Three routing modes: Mono, Dual Mono and Stereo.
  • Selectable quality control for max IR length (up to 0.185 seconds).
  • Automatic high-quality resampling for IRs with different sampling rates.
  • High-quality analog shaped filters.
  • Selectable delay for phase interactions between loaded IRs.
  • Continuous morphing control between loaded IRs.
  • Global input level and single IR level controls.
  • Fully automatable controls.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By Nobdi
July 6, 2017

This has been my go-to IR loader for guitar and bass tracks for a long time.

Reasons for that are:

- 64-bit - which most of the other IR loaders haven't been when I checked back in the days.

- super easy to set up.

- mixing 2 IRs is possible/easy and very usefull.

- the 2 slots make comparing IRs very easy and fast.

The only reason that I'm no longer using it is that I downloaded the free "Pulse" from Rosen Digital. It's essentially the same plugin (has been created by Ignite Amps for Rosen) and in addition has a free Rosen Pulse cab IR build in for when you just need a quick test.

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gmrgman@yahoo.com
gmrgman@yahoo.com
21 February 2021 at 1:56pm

can I use the NadIR in ableton live lite 10 I think its a 32 bt.

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