OS7 Public Beta Discussion

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    You can set how long it takes to change parameters for the morph thing

    I didnt know that you could do this, but what happened was it was switching "instantly", and when I went back to the same patch later it started acting/morphing normally. I don't yet know why or how but it corrected itself.

    If you use FRFR the benefit of a merged profile is that the cabinet is totally separated in the profile.


    For my edification only... :D Kemper/Helix user

  • I noticed something strange on my Stage: sometimes when i press the fourth switch (starting from the left) of the top row, this sometimes does not activate immediately but must be pressed another time. Does this happen to someone else? I'm on 7.0.9

  • I updated to 7.1.2beta without any problems.


    I took my Powerhead to a friend's this weekend, he has a Focusrite 6i6 (1st gen) at his place. I did not have to change the Sync to S/PDIF on the AI, I left it set to Internal, for hours without one problem.


    I just tried it here too, same thing, I'm no longer forced to set my AI to use External or S/PDIF for sync clock.


    Is this something that we'll be able to count on in the future, that even for the Head and Rack, we won't be forced to set the Sync to S/PDIF or External?

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    Focusrite 18i8 (2nd Gen) - Windows 7 x64 - Ableton Live - Yamaha HS-8's - DT770 80 ohms
    Am Pro Strat HSS - AVRI '59 Strat - '50's & '60's Tribute Les Paul - Am Pro Tele
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  • The head and rack will always be limited to using their internal clocks only; they won't be able to slave to your AI I'm afraid, JSB.


    This was confirmed for me by CK himself when I asked in an old thread of mine:


    [Solved] Slave to Audio Clock (S/PDIF)

    I remember being told that Head and Rack would never be S/PDIF Slave, but I really only wanted not to have to change the Sync Clock source on my AI - which I'm no longer doing. I no longer have to set my AI at External or S/PDIF. But will it last?

    Kemper Powerhead w/remote
    Focusrite 18i8 (2nd Gen) - Windows 7 x64 - Ableton Live - Yamaha HS-8's - DT770 80 ohms
    Am Pro Strat HSS - AVRI '59 Strat - '50's & '60's Tribute Les Paul - Am Pro Tele
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  • I remember being told that Head and Rack would never be S/PDIF Slave, but I really only wanted not to have to change the Sync Clock source on my AI - which I'm no longer doing. I no longer have to set my AI at External or S/PDIF. But will it last?

    If you do that, you will have clicks, garanteed.

  • Except I didn't have any clicks, at 96Khz, 128 samples. If you haven't tried it, give it a shot.

    Kemper Powerhead w/remote
    Focusrite 18i8 (2nd Gen) - Windows 7 x64 - Ableton Live - Yamaha HS-8's - DT770 80 ohms
    Am Pro Strat HSS - AVRI '59 Strat - '50's & '60's Tribute Les Paul - Am Pro Tele
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  • The key thing here, I reckon, is this:

    But will it last?

    I doubt it. You might have got lucky, which is statistically-improbable, but possible nevertheless. Others have reported the same thing in the past, so you won't be the last, but it's a dangerous way to fly. Best to set your AI to clock to S/PDIF when you're using your Powered Head, mate.

  • Except I didn't have any clicks, at 96Khz, 128 samples. If you haven't tried it, give it a shot.

    Perhaps because there are harder to hear at that frequency ? I don't know what's involved here, but i know that Kemper confirmed that the unit still can't and won't be able to be spdif clock slave, and the clicks at 44khz are certainly there.

  • this text below is what i found some month ago on the Forum which makes it clear

    what you can do with spdif, think it was posted by Kemper support


    " the head/rack/stage all automatically lock to the supplied sample-frequency applied to it's IN. So if you only want to use S/PDIF in 1 direction only, the head/rack will 'slave' correctly, but this is not what is commonly known as slave mode.


    unfortunately the head/rack cannot slave it's OUT-clock to it's IN-clock due to a hardware issue in the used chip : so it's not possible to do a S/PDIF 'loop' : PC -> KPA -> PC (which would be needed for digital re-amping, and which is commonly called 'slave mode') "

  • I tried at 96khz and i get the same clicks than at 44.1 on my Focusrite 6i6

    If you're getting clicks at 44.1Khz also, you have a sample rate problem, or you are running your buffer too low for what your DAW hardware is capable of.


    I updated to 7.1.2 release, and am still able to run Internal clock sync for S/PDIF, cleanly. I would've thought people would be happy about this.

    Kemper Powerhead w/remote
    Focusrite 18i8 (2nd Gen) - Windows 7 x64 - Ableton Live - Yamaha HS-8's - DT770 80 ohms
    Am Pro Strat HSS - AVRI '59 Strat - '50's & '60's Tribute Les Paul - Am Pro Tele
    Favorite FREE SC profiles: Hays, George_Alayon | Favorite FREE HB profiles: Diogo, Djemass

    Edited once, last by JSB ().