Celestion releases Impulse Responses videos
Friday, 1 May 2020
celestionThe videos are presented by artists, songwriters, performers and mix engineers
UK - Celestion has released a library of videos on the CelestionUK YouTube channel offering demonstrations, user tips, reviews, and expert advice, enabling players and producers alike to gain maximum tonal benefit from using the extensive family of Celestion Impulse Responses. Celestion’s collection of guitar and bass speaker IR tones are suited to artists, musicians, engineers, players and producers who are working at home right now, and are available for audition and download at CelestionPlus.com.
Celestion IRs (impulse responses) are accurate digital representations of the company’s speakers, available for download. They allow users to closely simulate by digital means, the tone that one would get from playing a guitar (or bass) through one of Celestion’s physical speakers.
The videos are presented by a wide variety of accomplished artists, songwriters, performers and mix engineers.
Nashville-based guitarist, songwriter and musical director Chris Wrate has worked with A-list artists such as Kelsea Ballerini, Ariana Grande, David Foster, Daniel Powter, Colbie Caillat and Charice, as well as playing on TV shows like Oprah, American Idol and The Tonight Show.
Celebrated guitarist Pete Thorn is a long time Celestion IR user and has presented several comprehensive videos demonstrating the flexibility of Celestion IRs and highlighting some of their main advantages.
British guitarist Robby Miller is known for performing and recording with a wide array of performers, among them: Ryan Roxie, The Scruff, Happy Mondays, We Are Scientists, D-A-D and Faster Pussycat. Miller has incorporated Celestion Impulse Responses into his guitar arsenal to achieve the tones he wants for performance, teaching and recording.
Brittany Bowman is a Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist (and songwriter who has been playing since she was 10 years old, and has since performed on stage with bands like Green Day to working on major tours.
Producer, mixer and audio engineer Cenzo Townshend has worked with artists and bands including The Rolling Stones, a-ha, Kaiser Chiefs, U2, Snow Patrol, Florence + the Machine, Friendly Fires, Bloc Party and Franz Ferdinand.

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