I'm using an external Boss RC-2 looper with my Kemper,
I've been using it with a "loop mono" on the X slot. This is generally working great.
One pesky problem I'm having is when I'm overdubbing and each overdub is using a different rig.
The problem is that each rig has a different volume, so some overdubs are bound to be drowned in the looper mix.
This is of course not a Kemper issue, but I've been looking for a way to compensate for the volume differences.
The only way I managed to do this so far, is by moving the mono loop into the MOD slot, and assigning a pure booster to the X slot, to boost/attenuate the volume while a new overdub is recorded.
This is almost perfect, but there's one silly issue with that.
As I'm "wasting" another slot, I'm left with only two post amp slots, which is sometimes not enough,
because I need lots of effects to drown out my playing as much as possible
So my question - is there a way to get a post stack volume boost, without wasting an effects slot ?