Some seem to be fascinated with D*icks and C*ocks and they see them everywhere, not that there's anything wrong with that but that's not what the discussion here is about.
This is about the AXE FXIII.
1-I have shown beyond doubt to anyone who can read and comprehend English that Fractal is fascinated with "Profling" because they understand very well how accurate it is, so they resort to using profiling in deceptive marketing.to insinuate that their products actually utilize Profling. Cliff , Fractal CEO, stated "The Axe-Fx II with V6 uses a hybrid modeling/profiling approach"
2-In their deceptive marketing they falsely claim that EQ Matching (utilized in their Flagship products) is the same as profiling. (99% of it )
According to Cliff, Fractal CEO, "profiling" is 99% EQ matching which is the same thing as Tone Matching."
You might wonder why is this knowledge significant. The answer is because it makes it irrelevant to who, among us or anyone using amp simulation, should think which is the more accurate technology. This is not about me stating that I think Kemper is more advance and more accurate, sounds better, etc.
This Clearly indicates that Fractal, themselves, clearly understand and know that Profiling is more accurate so they incorporate it in their marketing. This is no different than when a company states that they use a specific technology to make their product more marketable. When a plugin maker states that they use "convolution" as well as "algorithmic" in their reverb plugins. So Fractal also uses "Profiling" LOL in their products.
If I were Kemper I would be in a way flattered that Fractal is claiming that they use "Profiling" as defined by Kemper (not secret service and intelligence agencies profiling) but it's also unethical and constitutes lying, some of us however don't like to be lied to or about because it's insulting to our intelligence if we did care about that.
So guys, thank you so much for creating this thread about the upcoming AXE FX III and since nothing new in how modeling will be executed, it's safe to say that Fractal and its hardcore fans will still pay homage to Kemper products by never unequivocally stating that, if honest truth was to be told, the words "Profiling" and " tone (EQ) Matching" should never ever be confused in one sentence to insinuate any similarities much less 99%.