New Profiles tomorrow!!
this for example the tonedexter can even transform this shitty piezo pickup into a okay live solution
As promised i just updated the Tone Dexter Profiles and the Boss ODB check it out !
I experimented to get a acoustic sound on my Electric guitar and bass and here are some results ... i'm not quite there but the bass sounds turned out well
but i think i'll need a gutiar with a piezo bridge to get there for the electric guitar maybe then i can fake a piezo sound but as always
the best results are there when you use the t.dexter with your own guitars but hey they are for free and maybe you're lucky and they fit for your gutiar also
thanks again for the response Paults
Thank you as always!
and as always thanks back dpeters95! i'm always happy about the replies i hope you find something you like
okay! now the last profiles i made with the Tone Dexter
This time i made some with my Kontrabass / Doublebass
I made one with a Piezopickup that is installed on my Bass and one with a Magnetic Pickup and match eqed it with the miced sound of a AKG d112, Audio technica mb2k (i love that mic, totally underrated), Sm7b, MXL 603s and to get one relatively uncolored sound a Superlux Measurement mic.
add to your electric bass polished strings and or turn the toneknob down and you'll get closer to a Kontrabasssound then ever before
have fun guys!
I sold the Tone Dexter today but i will experiment with routing the kemper through the Pc again and do there the match eq between piezo or magnetic sound and the miced sound ...
I will make more for the acoustic players out there because i think the kemper can be the ultimate solution for this ...
if you like to try it yourself here is how i will do it
1.Open your DAW
2.add Voxengos curve EQ or Izotope Ozone or anything else with a tone matching function
3. direct out of the kemper should go into the input of you interface and one output of you interface to the return ...
4. conntect your acoustic guitar to the interface
5. connect a mic to interface
6.record some riffs with both the piezo sound and the miced sound simultaneously
7.capture the piezo and miced sound with the curve eq or ozone...
9.eq it further for your liking
10.connect the piezo output of your guitar now to the kemper and star profiling and maybe refining
11.Explosions, Nobel Prices, Fame... just kidding
i already tried this workflow when i profiled some IRs and so on so it sould work just fine i'll let you know as soon as i have some ready
have fun guys!
And, thank you for including your EQ matching process. You may want to make a separate post, describing the process for people who have one of those plugins, but have not done it.
BTW - You may want to change “Open Cubase” to “Open your DAW” (For example, I use Ozone in ProTools).
Oh of course haha silly me i'll change it thanks for the reply
Good stuff, Bommel! Keep It coming, man!
Here is another thing i'm working on right now.
this is already in rig exachange for example
and here is the before and after
the theory behind it is easy
1.Pink noise is the one thing all speaker manufacrturers use for measuring their stuff, so this has to translate well on all systems.
2.Eqing a signal that has bumps and holes everywhere can be very hard for further eqing or fitting it into the mix.
i think this is common knowledge but write me if i should explain it further, maybe i make a video also.
making the Gutiar Cab more linear, with a slight fall of should end up in a perfect starting point for further eqing
pink noise has a falloff of -10dB per "decade" (it is dekade in german i don't know if that is the right word in eglish )
mine has less because i let my ears decide a bit more on it but i will make more in the future
let me know what you think!
btw i made this with Two notes blend ir, and torpedo live then profiled all that and so on it was a lot of work guys !
a little update here
i spent the day with messing around with my kraken sound
maxed gain + master
D.I. and with a EQed Cab of the Torpedo live and a refined version and a non refined version check it out! I'm very happy with it
oh i reaupload the soundsample i think
Thanks for the update, Thomas!
thanks guys for the reply
Thanks for Your excellent work!