These cabinet impulse response files are stereo files created using multiple microphones panned L+R for a bigger and wider sound. The "dual cab" files used two separate cabinets for a wider/deeper spread of sound. Care has been taken to ensure mono-compatibilty and reduce any side-effects from phasing when run as mono.
Rather than a complete description of what cabs, mics, placement, etc, were used let your ears decide rather than your eyes!
All guitar audio in the following demos is DI from the Atomic Amplifire using only ONE preset per demo from my packs collection. The "width" of the guitar-sound is a result of these stereo cab IRs used
Here are some "neutral" sounding cab IRs, meaning they sound the same as having no IR whatsoever.
So whats the point of that then?
Having no cab IR or disabling the cab section of your device (perhaps you wish to use a "real" external cab) can lead to undesirable volume changes. With a neutral cab IR you have the opportunity to adjust the output-level either by having a cab IR of a particular level or to re-employ the cab-block and use its level control without a change of tone.
In this pack you will get 7 one-cab/two-mic IRs PLUS 7 two-cab/two-mic IRs, as featured in the above demos
Stereo Cabinet IR pack
Neutral Cab IRs.
If you enjoy or use these cab IRs you can get the extended pack containing 52 Cab IRs (26 single cab + 26 dual cab)