Samplicity’s Bricasti M7 Impulse Response Library

Samplicity has created a new Impulse Response Library, using the immensely popular and highly acclaimed Bricasti M7 reverb unit. And again, Samplicity has created a very complete, accurate and excellently sounding set of impulse responses, all in True Stereo and in Mono-to-Stereo. This library surpasses all previously released Bricasti IRs in terms of signal-to-noise ratios and detailed and rich reverb tails.

This library is completely FREE, to comply with the request from Bricasti that it is allowed to create impulse responses with the M7, as long as these IRs are not included in any commercial product.

Bricasti is a registered trademark of Bricasti Design Ltd., Medford MA, USA.

This library includes True Stereo and Mono-to-Stereo IRs of 134 M7 presets. The library is organized in the same way as the Samplicity L96 and T600 libraries (each also a 2 Gb downloadable product).


This is “DonationWare”

I am very happy to share this professional product with you – if it is useful for your work, please consider to make a donation, to support the elaborate and intensive work on this library and to help me with my costs. Your support is very much appreciated!

Download instructions

Select and download the most appropriate format version for your convolution plugin. All Zip files contain the same presets, but differ with respect to bit depth, sampling rate and file format or filename. So, you do not need to download all files! Unpack the library folder from the Zip file and copy it to an appropriate location in your IR folders. Consult the documentation for your convolution plugin if you are not sure how your IRs should be organised. If required, make sure your plugin (like Altiverb) makes a scan of the added library folders.

Important: Although these files are free, I explicitly request that you do not post these files on other websites. Please respect my work by linking to this page if you want to refer to this library. Thank you.

Wave files, 32 bit, 44.1 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 01 – Wave, 32 bit, 44.1 Khz, v1.1.zip
(376 Mb)
The generic format for audio productions.

Wave files, 32 bit, 48 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 02 – Wave, 32 bit, 48 Khz, v1.1.zip
(409 Mb)
The generic format for audio/video productions.

Wave quad channel files, 32 bit, 44.1 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 03 – Wave Quad files, 32 bit, 44.1 Khz, v1.1.zip
(248 Mb)
Supported by Waves IR-1, Steinberg REVerence, Vienna Suite convolver.

Wave quad channel files, 32 bit, 48 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 04 – Wave Quad files, 32 bit, 48 Khz, v1.1.zip
(270 Mb)
Supported by Waves IR-1, Steinberg REVerence, Vienna Suite convolver.

Wave files, 24 bit, 44.1 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 05 – Wave, 24 bit, 44.1 Khz, v1.1.zip
(203 Mb)
For older and less common plugins. When in doubt, first try the 32 bit version.

Wave files, 24 bit, 48 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 06 – Wave, 24 bit, 48 Khz, v1.1.zip
(221 Mb)
For older and less common plugins. When in doubt, first try the 32 bit version.

Altiverb (Wave) files, 24 bit, 44.1 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 07 – Altiverb, 24 bit, 44.1 Khz, v1.1.zip
(196 Mb)
The wave files with correct filenames for Altiverb (version 5 and up).

Altiverb (Wave) files, 24 bit, 48 Khz


Samplicity Bri M7 Main – 08 – Altiverb, 24 bit, 48 Khz, v1.1.zip
(213 Mb)
The wave files with correct filenames for Altiverb (version 5 and up).

If you like these impulse responses and if you can use them for your work, please consider to make a donation to support my work and costs. Thanks!

Make sure to check out the demos of the other Samplicity IR libraries. Maybe they can be useful additions for your toolkit as well!

Please feel free to leave a comment or question below, but note that comments are moderated, so spamming is a waste of time ;-)

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Dr. Facemelt May 31, 2011 at 9:58 pm

Hey everyone, I manually loaded in all the 48kHz, 32-bit Mono-to-Stereo IRs into Logic Space Designer and made presets using the old Logic Space Designer presets file floating around for the Acousticas version of this library. Huge PITA! In order to help prevent other people’s headaches, I’ve uploaded the Samplitude version here. I Hope this saves people some effort.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/30830784/Bricasti%20M7.zip

david March 10, 2011 at 8:05 pm

thanks for making these :) !

is the 32bit 44.1 version sampled at this native sample rate, or did you downsample it from the higher sample rate version?

also, is there an ETA for the version 2 impulses?

cheers

Emanuel March 10, 2011 at 8:36 pm

Hello David,

I created the IRs at 48 Khz and downsampled them using Voxengo’s excellent R8BrianPro. I currently do not have new release plans, but I hope do something with the multi-position IRs that I also made with the Bricasti (7 positions in the stereo field, with which you could create all kinds of True Stereo presets, for instance for French Horns (very left in the field) and Viola (wider, a bit to the right in the field).

Cheers,
Peter