Raw Death Metal Tones
FREE Classic Death Metal Tones Impulse Response &
NAM Profile Pack
- 5 NAM Profiles
- 6 Mix-Ready Impulse Response Files
- ~1,5 Mb Download Size
- NAM Profiles work with the Neural Amp Modeler
- Impulse Response files available in 24bit/48KHz format
Please note: You will need to download Neural Amp Modeler, to use the NAM Profiles
INSTANT CLASSIC DEATH METAL GUITAR TONES
TAKE A TIME MACHINE BACK TO 1990's FLORIDA, GOTHENBURG , STOCKHOLM & MORE
Classic Guitar Tones with One Click
PROFILED WITH HIGH PRECISION
WORKS WITH THE FREE NEURAL AMP MODELER
DISCOVER THE PROFILES
Buzzsaw profile combines the powerful Behringer HM300 pedal with the unforgiving sound of Crate GLX1200H's Lead channel,
delivering a formidable combination for achieving the most ferocious Death Metal tones.
This setup is your ticket to the gnarliest sounds, making it a perfect fit for genres like Grindcore, Modern Death Metal, Doom, and beyond.
HM2 profile is tailor-made for capturing the essence of the Slow First Wave of Death Metal, making it an ideal choice for thickening tracks when quad-tracking.
This profile features the Behringer HM300 pedal routed into the Clean channel of the Crate GLX1200H, offering a slightly tamer yet still impactful take on the iconic buzzsaw sound.
With its versatility, it's a go-to option for genres like Doom, Slow Death Metal, and Thrash Metal, where its unique character shines through.
MT Boost profile is expertly crafted to deliver massive, scooped guitar tones that are perfect for downtuned applications.
It harnesses the power of the Lead channel of the GLX1200H amplifier, enriched by a subtle boost from the Behringer UM300 pedal.
This combination results in a sound tailor-made for genres like Hardcore, Midtempo Death Metal, and Thrash Metal, where its distinctive character truly shines.
MT-A profile unleashes a relentless, hornet's nest of a guitar tone that shows no mercy. With an intensely scooped character, it leaves no room for subtlety and excels in both lightning-fast picking and thunderous chugging.
This profile is crafted using the Behringer UM300 pedal into the GLX1200H Clean channel, resulting in a raw yet ferociously violent rhythm tone.
It's the ultimate choice for genres like Florida Death Metal and Beatdown Hardcore, where its sheer brutality takes center stage.
SD1 profile captures the essence of the Crate GLX1200H in all its unapologetic glory, embodying its no-nonsense, solid-state character.
If you're in search of a versatile starting point without the need for additional pedals, this profile is the perfect choice.
Whether you're delving into various genres and styles of Heavy Music, this profile serves as an ideal foundation for all your sonic endeavors.
DISCOVER THE IMPULSE RESPONSES:
1991 Light of the Sun encapsulates the raw essence of early Swedish Death Metal.
This profile relies on a single Shure SM57 microphone to faithfully capture the ferocious sound of the Peavey Sheffield speaker.
1995 Slaughter embodies the quintessential mid-'90s Swedish Death Metal sound.
Distinguished by its powerful bass presence and well-controlled mids, this profile is a perfect fit for downtuned compositions.
The tone is expertly captured using two Shure SM57 microphones positioned at a precise 55-degree angle, delivering the authentic essence of that era's Death Metal vibe.
Buzzsaw 1996 pairs seamlessly with the Buzzsaw Profile, yielding a tumultuous and distorted soundscape tailor-made for Grindcore and Sludge genres.
This profile faithfully captures the uncompromising tonal character of the Celestion V-Type speaker, ensuring an ideal match for those seeking heavy, intense sonic experiences.
The Morristone-A & B are an ideal complement to the MT-A Profile, instantly transporting you back to the 1990s Tampa, Florida Death Metal scene where classics were born.
These profiles capture the essence of that era, with a single Shure SM57 meticulously capturing the distinct qualities of the Celestion V30 speaker.
Morristone-A offers a slightly darker tonal signature, while Morristone-B leans towards a slightly brighter character.
Nineties UK Somewhere offers a scooped tone that pays homage to the downpicked and downtuned sounds of the mid-90's Birmingham scene.
This profile is crafted using two Shure SM57 microphones positioned at a 55-degree angle, meticulously capturing the substantial character of the Celestion V30 speaker.
HOW TO INSTALL NAM PROFILES
- Recorded at Soundstakk in Kingsville, ON
- Engineered & Mixed by Ron D. Rock
Crate Amplifiers, Shure Mics, Behringer & Boss pedals, Mesa & Peavey Cabinets were used to make Raw Death Metal Tones