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Massive Soundworks


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  • The absolute finest impulse responses available today
  • Ultra High Resolution 24 bit / 96k .wav files
  • Each microphone captured in it's sweet spot straight off the RND Shelford preamp
  • Each microphone captured in 13 positions across the speaker straight off the RND Shelford preamp (Elite version only)
  • Each microphone captured in its sweet spot and eq'd to perfection using all-analog chains including world class gear by Rupert Neve Designs, Manley, SSL, and more.
  • 4 pre-mixed popular microphone combinations
  • All files are 100% compatible with other IR libraries from MSw and other creators



Tone Guide: This speaker lives up to its name. Based on the Polish-made Hesu Demon, this speaker is aggressive and in-your-face. Slightly tempered upper treble clears plenty of space for aggressive upper mids and tight lows.

If you want tight modern metal sounds look no further. this speaker is pure hellfire.



These are impulse responses captured using an Orange PPC212 ® 2x12 cabinet. The PPC212 is considered a must-have guitar cabinet by players, engineers, and producers world-wide. Beloved for its uncanny ability to sound bigger than it actually is, the PPC212 has huge, but tight low end and a slightly tamed top end due to the thick cane style grill cloth. All this adds up to an essential studio cabinet heard on countless records from several decades. Many consider this a secret weapon for modern metal productions.


  • Shure SM57
  • Shure SM57 (transformerless mod)
  • Shure SM57 Unidyne III
  • Royer R121
  • Beyerdynamic M160
  • AKG C414 XLS
  • Sennheiser MD421 II
  • Sennheiser e906


No time or expense is spared in creating MASSIVE impulse responses. The best in modern and vintage microphones feed the finest cabling into boutique analog preamps selected on a per-speaker basis. The signal is then converted using our world-class A/D into the digital realm at 32 bit floating point, 96k, where it remains throughout processing until conversion into the final output.