Noise Factory is the brainchild of Anthony Van Der Linden and Gérald Jans, a pair of self-confessed recording and guitar-gear enthusiasts heralding from Wierde, Belgium. Gerald, Noise Factory’s Studio owner, brings more than two decades of experience in recording, producing and shaping pristine guitar tone. Anthony, on the other hand, boasts an encyclopedic knowledge of all things pertaining to the world of speakers and digital emulation technology.
Together, their experience combines to serve the guitar community with sublime tools for unsurpassed tonal versatility. For nearly a decade their mission remains the same: Never stop experimenting and create captures that empower guitar players with everything they need to create – truly – exceptional tone!
Introducing The Lost Cabinets
You might be thinking, with over 500 captures in our expansive DynIR library, there wouldn’t be that much left to capture. Think again! Fuelled by our unwavering mantra to empower you with only the most sought after cabinets and vintage rarities, we set a challenge to our capture master elite: go forth and unearth lost tones, forgotten relics and hidden cabs that elude the mainstream. And so, we waited…
One Friday afternoon, the phone rings at TNHQ. Caller ID: Noise Factory.
Regaling tales of raiding archives, cross referencing the catalogue and outwitting what can only be described as “Top Men”, they embarked on a capture of super-rare cabinets outfitted with a stellar selection of drivers. Needless to say, Noise Factory certainly piqued our interest.
Stellar Sonics? You’d better believe it. Super Rare? Oh yes! A must have for your collection? You’re damn straight! One thing’s for certain: there’s no time like the present to level up your sonics with the undeniable mojo of the previously unobtainable!
Discover Jim’s Workbench
10 Cabinets Inspired by Marshall®
In tandem with Noise Factory’s latest release, we’ve curated an 10-cab strong collection of Marshall-inspired DynIRs for all your tonal exploits!
Take it from us, there’s nothing but super-rare, hard-to-find tone here. First, the Pullback: an early 70’s closed back 4×12 with G12Ms. Next, the BlackRose: a closed back 4×10 with Fanes. For purveyors of primo artist level sonics, there’s the new-for-2022 Stevens Brit 71: a 1971 V30 loaded 4×12″. Who could forget the best-selling PurpleHaze: a tall box 1982B 4×12″ with Greenbacks. Of couse there’s the Lynch VH2, the iconic 4×12″ with D120F Orange Fame speakers as once owned by none-other-than EVH. From Michael Nielson, there’s the BHG British V 1960B 4×12″ with Vintage 30s. By now you’ve probably realised, this 10-cab strong collection is no run-of-the-mill release.