Drumforge, Bassforge, Toneforge, processing, mixing, mastering and last but not least, impulse responses all in one place. They have something for pretty well everything!
The impulses are semi-geared towards but certainly not limited to metal and heavier applications. You have some of the best and biggest names in mid to hi-gain in a series of packs known as the Conquer All series. In addition to the four Conquer All libraries, JST have the JTW30 pack. All packs feature a number of options when it comes to mics, mic positions, preamps, heads and speakers.
The libraries aren’t over simplified but they also aren’t overly elaborate. JST gives you exactly what you need to find a good sounding match quickly without a whole lot of trial and error needed.
- Zilla Fatboy 212
- Blackstar 412
- Harley Benton 212
- Marshall 412
- Peavey 412
- Harley Benton
- Mesa Boogie
- Shure SM57
- Sennheiser MD421
- Beyerdynamic M201
- Neumann TLM103
- Sennheiser E906
- Shure SM7B
Buying the full Conquer All bundle with volumes 1-4 gets you a ton of very high quality impulses for a lot of applications at a price that won’t break the bank by any means. These impulses give you a ton of options for really any use that requires gain. Classic rock to extreme metal with tons of coverage everywhere in between.
Everything in the JST impulse collection seems to have been designed to match up well and mesh with a ton of different amp sims. For me, I turn to the JST collection often when I just need to get where I want to go quickly tone wise. They also blend really well with each other when looking for multiple cabinet solutions in your loader.
Head over to Joey Sturgis Tones asap to grab these cabs and check out the pile of great amp sims, drum software, bass gear and processing options. www.joeysturgistones.com
For some sound examples – check this JST tone demo