This is true that eventually they do.
What has been amazing is Kemper have delivered this capability using the same hardware over nearly 10 years and it seems as if there is still some latitude for further developments on the current hardware.
Part of this seems to be the close coupling of software and hardware and a long term vision. I think this is some of the brilliance of Mr K rather than just having to throw more DSP at more functions.
I'm always amazed at the size ( or lack of it) of each .kipr file...tiny!
I totally agree. First thing I’ve noticed about Kemper is that it has that quality of a tool created by engineers.
Now, all these tools are created by engineers but in this case the engineer also runs the business.