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Matchless DC30 clone PACK 2

Raksha

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Make and model

Ceriatone DC30

Description

It's DC30 time again! Here is another pack of my Ceriatone clone of the Matchless DC30. You will find the first pack and general info about the amp on my tonehunt profile. What is different this time, is that most of these are captured with the amp running at half power, so it runs at only two out of four EL84 power tubes. This gives a more compressed sound, wich can be heard, as these are slightly louder than they were in pack 1, even though the capture files were normalized at the same volume (-3 dB). These are labeled with HP in the filename. But they are also captured through input 1 (vs input 2 in pack one), so the preamp is hit a bit harder too. Together with the half power compression, this emphasize the rock machine capabilities of this amp even more than pack 1. For channel one, there are profiles labeled SCP – scooped – were the EQ is bass at 4 and treble at 6, although I rolled of some bass at the two highest gain levels. And the preamp gain is labeled vol and the following number is the percent of gain. Then there is WRM – warm – with bass at 5 and treble at four. For channel 2, there are profiles labeled MID, wich means the tone setting is middle ground so to speak – it's the fourth brightest setting (there are six fixed tone settings at channel 2 from bright to dark). For each EQ/tone setting there are seven gain levels, and each of these have two Cut settings. They all have Cut at zero, and the second setting is different for each tone setting. Should you want a cut setting that is in between these two, use the profile with Cut at zero, and apply a low pass filter to find some middle ground between them. Then there are also a bunch of profiles where the amp's channels are captured running in parallell. The notation and labeling of these would mean very long filenames, so they are just labeled with PAR1-6, and then two different Cut settings. The master volume is disabled for all these, so it's the full glory of the DC30 at 15 watts. And then – at last - there are seven profiles I made especially for my good friend Bob Guido. These are different than the rest: They are captured at full power (thus labeled with FP) and with the master volume engaged (at 7). The EQ setting for all these are bass at 4, treble at 5,5. Volume is 2,5 (labeled 25), and there are Cut settings in one step increments from 0 to 6. Technical: Captured with a Palmer Trave reamp box at 12,1 dBu Files normalized at -3 dB Trained for 600 epochs in standard mode ESR from 0,007 (cleanest) to 0,02 (dirtiest) Make sure you also get pack one from my profile, and... ENJOY! Like my work? Feel free to use https://www.buymeacoffee.com/tkvellen as I have drunk shitloads of coffee to make this...

License

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