I'm just interested in what people may think about this.
I've been doing some Bias matches of profiles and getting real, real good results.
Now I know some have raised the issue of whether it's moral to profile amps to begin with, without the amp maker, microphone maker, cab maker profiting in some fashion, especially when these profiles are shared and/or sold on the net.
The dominant views seem to have been that it's ok to do so.
But I wonder: how about taking commercial profiles people have made with kemper, turning them into Bias matches and selling them or simply sharing for free? Suppose the matches are damn close.
All I've done up to now were very close. "Meaningless" differences I would say, if we consider kemper-to-profile differences to be meaningless as well.
Bigger differences, perhaps, when you turn down volume knob, but I haven't tested this enough yet. Assume they are close in that way too for the sake of argument.
No, I'm not going to become a full time kemper-to-bias converter
But this is an interesting question it seems to me. Where would you draw the line?