I'm having a lot of troubles in order to reamp tracks via SPDIF and I think it's because I'm doing something wrong in the routing (my tech skills are not excellent at all..)
First I recorded a DI track from kemper SPDIF output into my interface input to check if cables are ok, and everything worked smoothly.
Then I followed the manual instructions and apparently plugged everything correctly (Kemper SPDIF input into audio interface SPDIF output via a digital toslink/coaxial converter).
I switched the Kemper Input to SPDIF reamp and hit play on my DAW. Signal is coming to KPA because the green light is blinking, but no reamp is happening. Even more all the tracks are actually going to the Kemper which is not correct.
SO I opened my interface routing software (TotalMix) and monitored the levels, and I saw that the AN 1 (the main kemper input, where the guitar is plugged) is having signal, even if I am not touching the guitar. This happens immediately when I switch the input source from "front" to "spdif reamp". Am I do something wrong here?
So I tried to assign a different output for the SPDIF (which is named AS1/2 in TM) in order to have just the DI track feeding the KPA. In TM control room, I have assigned phones 2 output (a submix) to AS1/2. Then in Repaer I assigned the DI tracks output to AS1/2 (optical output on the Babyface). But this didn't solve the issue, because I still have the Kemper receiving all the tracks, and no reamping is happening.
Am I doing some mistakes in TM routing? but still don't understand what I'm doing wrong.
Maybe someone with a similar setup could help me?
Any tips will be really appreciated
UPDATE: With the submix fader (phones 2) I can control the signal who goes to the KPA (at -inf the input is not blinking). But still when I feed the submix the signal comes from the KPA analog output too, and all the tracks in the DAW are still routed in the Profiler's signal flow.
This is a pic of Total Mix while Reaper is playing https://ibb.co/mutT9F