Maybe the Kemper Profiler Switch would be an alternative. But I've never tried it myself.
When switching from a Rig with Acoustic Simulator (amp and cap section are disabled) to a "normal" Rig with gain the output LED lights up red for a short time.
My Workaround now is: reduce amp volume (e.g. - 5db) and increase rig volume (+5 db). This solves the issue.
But is this the right way? Maybe someone has a better solution.
I would like to take up this topic again.
It would be awesome if you could at least save a few loops for recurring use.
But per Performance would be more magnificent.
From looking inside the rack there is a lot of spare room. I guess the size was dictated by the front panel and screen...
Maybe a touch screen could help to save space, since the front panel could be scaled down by omitting some hardware buttons.
Not sure, but it is only for interest and not really essential. Maybe he will get in touch. Thank's!
I would be interested in which amplifier is behind the rig "Crunch Old Amp" from Rig Exchange.
By middle1969 from 2020-08-04.
Maybe there is some more information available?
For me a kind of blending of imprints would be interesting...
In my opinion, it is remarkable what influence the imprints have on the sound.
So it could be another interesting way to shape the sound.
Maybe generalizable to be able to blend different amps and caps too.
For me it would be more of a hindrance.
You already have to press the button all the way down before something happens.
Maybe someone knows a profile of a Rennsau Amp?
I think ears can sometimes be wrong about the volume.
Some rigs sound quieter or louder than they really are.
That's why I measure the volume of each rig with my DAW.
More speakers of different sizes like
5" Jensen CH5/30
15" Celestion G15 V-100
Basically when you play with a metronome or a drum machine, it soon becomes dismayingly obvious your Remote loop is at least a few ms out of sync.
+1 for quantization
Preferably in combination with an integrated metronome, presumably to simplify the synchronization:
starting looper and metronome simultaneously with one button, where the beat should be counted up for one tact before recording.
Yes full agreement. That would avoid unnecessary manual work.
I got this problem already with OS 7.4.1.
I installed this version via USB and after restart in installation process KPA asked to update again.
This was definitely the exact same file.
In the meantime I do the OS updates via Rig Manager. It's much more comfortable anyway.
...the monitor cab on/off status on a per rig basis (thus enabling imprints vs FR) and this is not possible.
Yes, in my opinion a must have. It is a major limitation when the original cabs can no longer be selected.
Now, you have to press two different buttons on remote - first switch to new performance (up button), second enable morph of first rig (rig button).
For me it would be a simplification:
Play song 1 with performance 1 and then song 2 with performance 2 without a break, whereby only one button would have to be pressed on remote (up button).
So, you have to think less about the right setup and you can concentrate more on playing.
Terminologically morphing can only start from a base status...
In my opinion morphing is moving between two states back and forth.
The start status shouldn't matter. Technically it is probably only one flag to define status 1 as start point or status 2 as start point.
Yes, I already mentioned it. But that's exactly what is confusing when almost everything else is configured the other way around.
+1 for selecting "to tempo" per effect and not per rig.
Yes! Definitely very useful
For example, I use morphing to switch to more gain, bass etc. while playing a solo or a refrain.
Usually a song starts with a verse (calm part, non morph) and later I switch to the other part. It works fine!
But sometimes a song starts with a solo. By choosing this performance per remote I always have to think about changing to morph mode, too.
Yes, in this performance I can turn it around (non-morph = lead, morph = verse). But its very confusing and it is hard to think about it every time.