How to Load Dr Bonkers Soundlab® Impulse Response (IR) Cab WAV Files Into Your Favorite Hardware Modeler?

Since I am getting questions from users every day regarding how to load impulse response (ir) wave files of my guitar and bass cabs into their favorite modeler or hardware IR loader I will update this list regularly as needed. Remember you will want to start off first loading the WAV files (unless otherwise noted below) of my HypeReal or Choice mix files (which are captured with 500ms length frequency sweeps and truncate down using all manufacturers’ IR loading software). If either types of IR mixes don’t suit your needs, find the mic mixes you like best and explore those single mic files in my packs. If you need instructions for a modeler not listed here or that is not available elsewhere on my site, please let me know in the comments and I will dig up the info for you!

Happy playing,

Dr B

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Mooer® Radar

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 44.1K 24B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s manual file found in this link on page 15: http://www.mooeraudio.com/file/Radar_Manual_EN_V011531312026193-241.html

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Boss® GT-1000

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked either 44.1K 24B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 24Bit), 48K 24B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 24Bit), or 96K 24B (these are WAV files that are 96KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s info found in this link : https://www.boss.info/us/promos/gt-1000_ultimate_guide/#contents20

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Boss® WAZA Tube Amp Expander

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked either 44.1K 24B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 24Bit), 48K 24B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 24Bit), or 96K 24B (these are WAV files that are 96KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s info found in this link : https://www.boss.info/us/support/by_product/waza_tube_amp_expander/owners_manuals/8a7c9560-f561-47e0-91d2-f477ff243df0/

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Line 6® Helix

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 48K 24B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s video found here:

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Fractal Audio Systems® AX8

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 48K 24B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s pdf found here on page 57: http://www.fractalaudio.com/downloads/manuals/AX8/AX8-Owners-Manual.pdf

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Fractal Audio Systems® AXE-FX III

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 48K 24B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s pdf found here on page 179: http://www.fractalaudio.com/downloads/manuals/axe-fx-3/Axe-Fx-III-Owners-Manual.pdf

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Fractal Audio Systems® AXE-FX II or FX IIXL

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 48K 24B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s pdf found here on page 159: http://www.fractalaudio.com/downloads/manuals/axe-fx-2/archive/Axe-Fx-II-Owners-Manual-102.pdf

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your InMusic Systems® HeadRush® Pedal Board

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked either 44.1K 32B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 32Bit), 48K 32B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 32Bit), or 96K 32B (these are WAV files that are 96KHz 32Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s info found in this link on page 32 : https://www.headrushfx.com/assets/downloads/Pedalboard%20-%20User%20Guide%20-%20v2.1.1.pdf

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Atomic Amps® Amplifire, Amplifire 6 , or Amplifire 12

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 48K 32B (these are WAV files that are 48KHz 32Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s pdf found here: https://atomicamps.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/ATM_AmpliFire-Manual-6.0-1Final.pdf

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Yamaha® THR100H™ or THR100HD™

What you want to do is use the files contained in the 500 ms sub folders marked in the folders labeled 44.1K 32B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 32Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s pdf found here: https://usa.yamaha.com/files/download/other_assets/5/808305/THR_HD_H_Utility_OM_E_Web.pdf

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your NUX® Cerberus™

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked 44.1K 24B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s manual file found in this link: http://www.nuxefx.com/index.php?m=content&c=index&a=show&catid=72&id=272

Instructions for loading Dr Bonkers Soundlab® impulse response (IR) guitar or bass cab WAV Files into your Two Notes Engineering® Torpedo™ C.A.B.™, Wall Of Sound™ (WOS™), and their other products.

What you want to do is use the files contained in the folders marked either 44.1K 24B (these are WAV files that are 44.1KHz 24Bit) or 96K 24B (these are WAV files that are 96KHz 24Bit). Further instructions may be found in the manufacturer’s info found in this link by clicking on the appropriate manual pdf : http://wiki.two-notes.com/doku.php?id=start or https://www.two-notes.com/wall-of-sound