Rig Manager 3 is available for testing 😍

  • a first beta version Rig Manager 3 is available for you. The new version contains a visual editor among other new features.

    Many thanks for all your work and for putting out a beta! Even a slightly unstable editor is heaps better than no editor at all. I tried it on MacOS Catalina and it is really stable so far.

  • Many thanks to you, Team Kemper. I first loved the concept, then my personal KPA years ago--but never anticipated that along the way its worth to me would continue to increase so often for free. I could not have imagined the exponential leaps in its value to me via so many new features and upgrades including morphing, delays, reverbs, the editor, etc. Having played electric guitar for more than 50 years, I could never have dreamed that a digital amp could sound and perform like this. So now, as it should be, only fine guitars delight my musical heart more than the Kemper Profiling Amp. But they cannot come alive without my KPA. Again, thank you, Team Kemper.

  • Running Win 8.1 ...gets just past the loading screen and then pukes all over my RAM.... hmmmmmpphhhfff.

    Actually had it working for a second. I went into installed apps under windows.....There was three different options for RM and I played around with uninstalling them. I did get it to load up but I didn't notice the exciting features..........So I uninstalled an older version of RM that was there & now I'm back to SOL. I'm super excited for everyone else that is enjoying it, not feeling stabby at all. :D

  • Windows 7 is scheduled to lose support (January I think). Why would they spend money developing free software for an obsolete OS?

    First of all, Windows 7 is not obsolete, any more than a 57 Chevy or an iPhone 7 is obsolete. Second, because it costs them nothing to do so? Allow it to install, and if there are issues, simply say that it's unsupported on that OS. But don't prevent it from installing.

  • First of all, Windows 7 is not obsolete, any more than a 57 Chevy or an iPhone 7 is obsolete. Second, because it costs them nothing to do so? Allow it to install, and if there are issues, simply say that it's unsupported on that OS. But don't prevent it from installing.

    Actually it kind of is.


    "Windows 7 is due to reach End Of Life (EOL) on 14 January 2020, but a large number of the world's computers, most in corporate environments, are still running the nine-year-old system. Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 in January 2015, with extended support running till 14 January 2020."


    Software designers tend not to focus on the older OS version and rarely release to versions facing EOL. As for preventing the installation that is an often used technique to prevent potential issues that can effect the overall functionality of the OS. This may change as they come out of beta but I would never expect an initial public beta to be available for all OS versions. As a workaround you can always attempt to install Hyper V manager and run a Windows 10 VM.



    Unfortunately my company still supports it as well as server 2003. We only stopped supporting Win 2000 18 months ago.

  • Chaps Im still struggling

    Installed 7.1.7

    installed rig manager 3./


    Both load up, no errors but can't see each other. Changed cables and get a windows noise when cable is removed or added so I don't think its hardware. Anyone else got this?

  • Looks fantastic. My personal thanks to the development team for all their hard work and a job well done. I also have an old machine with Win7, but see this as a good reason to retire the old motherboard and move on to Win10. Great excuse to fiddle with one of those fancy new Rysen processors 😁

  • Hi, cannot install 32 Bit version of the new 3.0.78 RM . I have Windows 10 and the 7.1.6 version of the OS.

    According to the installing information there is a dll file missing. Other programs can be install without any problem.

  • Hi, cannot install 32 Bit version of the new 3.0.78 RM . I have Windows 10 and the 7.1.6 version of the OS.

    According to the installing information there is a dll file missing. Other programs can be install without any problem.

    Search widows for the dll, it maybe located in a different location then expected.

  • I've always waited until the stable version was released. I couldn't wait with this one. But I'm very happy. The Kemper hasn't crashed or has any glitch and RM has only crashed a couple of times while moving files around, the rest works great.


    Having said that: I didn't really feel I needed an editor. My rack is installed on my home studio and I was happy enough using the buttons, etc. But the way you can manage presets, cabs, and set everything now opens a new door, making it even easier to work with.


    Kudos Kemper team!! :)


    Ps. Something to fix on RM: Make the "My rating" stars smaller, please ;)

  • Nice job getting this out. Looks great, so far.


    Where would be the proper place to give feedback on the beta version? Thanks.