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Celestion introduces Orange Cabinet Impulse Responses in Two Notes Wall of Sound file format

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Monday June 3, 2019
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Celestion, the celebrated manufacturer of guitar and bass loudspeakers and professional audio drivers for sound reinforcement applications, is pleased to announce that they have collaborated with Orange Amps to capture the tones of their world famous cabinet collection, and announce the debut of Orange Cabinet Impulse Responses, available exclusively in Two notes’ Wall of Sound file format. These new Celestion IRs allow users to replicate authentic Orange cab tone in the Wall of Sound format at home, in the studio, and playing live. The Orange Cab IRs, as well as Celestion’s extensive classic IR collection, available for audition and download at CelestionPlus.com.

The new Celestion collection of Orange cabinet impulse responses in Two notes Wall of Sound format includes seven iconic cabinets. Using meticulous recording techniques, Celestion’s expert sound engineers have faithfully captured the distinctive tones of six high-quality Orange cabinets, including the:

The new Orange Cabinet Collection of Impulse Responses join the extensive family of genuine Celestion acclaimed guitar and bass speaker Impulse Responses such as the: A-TypeBN15-300X, Celestion BlueCelestion Cream, Celestion Gold, Classic Lead 80,Heritage G12H 55Hz, Heritage G12M, G12 EVH, G12K-100, G12-35XCG12T-75,  G12-50GL Lynchback, G12-H150 Redback, G12M Greenback, G12M-65 Creamback, G12M-75 Creamback, G12H Anniversary, G12-65, Neo Creamback, PULSE10, PULSE12 andPULSE 15, Suhr Cabinet, V-TypeVintage 30 and other models.

Orange Cabinet Impulse Responses from Celestion are available for purchase individually or as a collection for a significant discount.

About Celestion Impulse Responses

Celestion IRs, which capture the essential behavior of the cabinet in the specific space in which it was recorded, including the frequency and phase response of single drivers as well as the interaction of multiple speakers, offer the user significant benefits. In both recording and live production, Celestion IRs enable the desired tone to be precisely and consistently reproduced regardless of the music recording or live sound environment. And IR users can escape the limitations of a single mic and cabinet setup and explore a universe of possibilities to create the perfect tone. Once you find a tone that you love, it can be precisely recreated, in the studio or on the road, time after time. And the IRs allow Celestion customers to audition specific models before purchasing one or more physical speakers.
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About Celestion and Celestion Guitar Speakers

An important element to essential British guitar tone since the birth of Rock & Roll, Celestion Guitar Speakers are famous for their lively and vocal midrange character with plenty of sparkle and chime. With worldwide headquarters in Ipswich, England, Celestion design, develop and manufacture premium guitar and bass loudspeakers, and high-quality professional audio drivers for sound reinforcement. These world-renowned speakers are used onstage and in clubs, theatres and other venues the world over. Contact Celestion at:info@celestion.com and visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/celestion.

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