1. you'll need a similar guitar then the guitarist
2. look in https://equipboard.com/ what amps the guitarist uses,
3. look now for d.i. profile of that same amp
4. record a short section of a simlar riff with that amp but without the cab part! ( it sounds horrible but that is important since we make a fitting cab in the second step)
5. now you need the Guitar track soloed
look it up in youtube, there are so many singletracks online!
You can also get the guitar track from sites like produce like a pro, they often have files for mixing.
6.okay now you have the selfrecorded track of your amp profile without a cab and you guitar in the daw
and a singletrack of the sound you want to copy.
7.use Izotpe ozone to match eq the amp without the cab to the amp.
8.Now use Voxego deconvolver, make a sweep (the longer the better, 60sek is fine) and in the sample rate of your project
and load it into the track where the match eq is applied.
9.Export the affected sweep and load it into the deconvolver.
10.convert it it a IR, and then via the Kemper cabmaker if you like into kemper cab ... aaand you're done
If you have set it up already it goes relatively fast but all the converting changes the sound a bit, so you have to go back and add eqs to level that out and that takes long ...
and don't forget this has limitations:
1:Often the same song has many different sounds, and amps mixed together. unique pedals
2:The guitar itself makes so much difference
3:the processed signal of an album has much more then just distortion and a frequency curve
often the tracks are compressed also and this is something you need to keep in mind