Posts by Burkhard

    This is a normal HEADPHONE OUT with three contacts tip, ring, sleeve for a normal stereo jack. Some headphones have jacks with more contacts for example to control volume with a pot built into the cable. These might cause issues.

    Check if the Rigs are perhaps overloaded with effects, which require a lot of calculation power. For example a Rig with Spring Reverb, Natural Reverb plus Rhythm Delay and then using the Looper. Spillover has a lower prioritiy if resources to calculate the new sound are tight. Effects switched off count, too. So if you don't need an effect, set the effect module to empty and store.

    You seem to be using "UI to MIDI".

    The PROFILER doesn't send normal control change messages, since the less than 128 numbers available wouldn't be sufficient for all its parameters. Therefor it is using NPRN. You find the details in a dedicated document available at the KEMPER download page: MIDI Parameter Documentation

    I don't fully understand the nomenclature of your DAW MIDI monitor, especially the numbers in quotes!? This is how it looks like in MIDI OX, when I activate module B:

    F0 00 20 33 00 00 01 00 33 03 00 01 F7

    33 represents adress page 51 in hex, which includes all parameters within module B.

    03 is on/off

    I have no clue why your DAW monitor shows the 33 as "2". The PROFILER doesn't send quotes.

    The parameter "DLY+REV Routing" in Rig Settings can not be locked.

    If this parameter set to 0, the signal path is completely serial. At -100% it's completely parallel. And at +100% only the delay tails (wet portion( get reverberated. And since this is a continuous parameter you can play with anything in between.

    You could try the following:

    Go to page Pedal 2 where you have configured the toe switch (according to your description TS cable plugged in socket PEDAL 2), press Calibrate, press the toe switch. If the switch still doesn't work reliably there must be a mechanical issue or electrical issue of that pedal or the TS cable.

    At the end of the day all the switch does is closing the electrical contact while you hit the button. You can simulate the same by disconnexcting the cable from the Mission pedal and closing the contacts between tip and ring of the TS jack with a paper clip or another piece of metal. Each short cutting of these contacts should change the on/off status of the assigned effect module with the wah effect.

    This original request seems completely unrelated to KEMPER Kone and Speaker Imprints.

    Since a few years all PROFILER units are shipped with 18 cabinet presets preinstalled, which are based on impulse reponses provided by Celestion.

    You can access these via Rig Manager - the menu shown above.

    Or you open the CAB module at the PROFILER front panel and dial the BROWSE knob while "Presets" is selected. The same 18 presets should appear as shown in the Rig Manager list.

    If your list is shorter someone has either deleted some cabinet prasets (these presets are user content) or your PROFILER has been shipped many years ago with a different factory content preinstalled. In that case please open a support ticket and we will send you a zip-file with those 18 presets.

    MIDI is digital "old stuff". I think it's originated in the 80s.

    As I understand the GSP 1101 can be triggered to load presets via MIDI program changes.

    1. On page "Perform Mode: MIDI" in System Settings select the MIDI OUT for MIDI Device A. You could edit the name tag of MIDI Device A to "GSP 1101". And you select one of the 16 MIDI channels corresponding to the receiving MIDI channel selected in the GSP 1101.

    2. Connect MIDI OUT with the MIDI IN of the GSP 1101.

    3. In each of the Performance Slots you intend to use set the MIDI program change to be sent. Enter menu via Edit/SlotSetting/MIDI Settings, select PrgChg for GSP 1101 and then the number. Don't forget to store the Performance.

    1. There is no such "problem" restoring PROFILER backups created with an old OS under a current OS version. Backups are upward compatible. There can be limitations the other way around. Downward compatibility is obviously limited since an old OS could not handle Rigs including latest features.

    2. It is possible to pick single Performance from a PROFILER backup. You just open this PROFILER backup in Rig Manager and have access to its content, Rig by Rig, preset by preset, and Performance by Performance. While you do that you see the Performance in their numbered structure 1-125.


    Good morning

    Thanks for your comment.

    This is not exactly what I mean.

    As an example: On preset 1 I have a clean sound that I can press delay and chorus, for example, are normally off in this preset. When I press it and then switch to preset 2 and then back to 1, it doesn't jump to the original clean sound without delay and chorus, but it remembers what I pressed earlier.

    I assume, this is not related to what we call "presets", but to switching between Slot 1 and 2 in Performance Mode.

    If you switch Slots via foot buttons or MIDI former edits including changing the on/off state of an effect module will be withdrawn. Slots will get loaded as stored since you seem to be performing.

    If you switch Slots via buttons on the front panel e.g. <PAGE> will be maintained, since you seem to be editing the Performance.

    While Rig Manager is connected to the PROFILER edits will be maintained regardless how you are switching Slots since you are editing.

    This logic is described int he Main Manual.

    Mir ist nicht klar, wie das mit dem Stereo-Sound funktionieren soll. Der Marshall hat doch nur eine Mono-Endstufe, oder irre ich mich?

    Ein zweiter Nachteil ist, dass die Röhrenendstufe den Klang verfärbt. Und die klangliche Färbung der Röhrenendstufe ist ja schon Teil der Amp-Simulation im PROFILER. Kann sein, dass sich das auch mal gut anhört, aber authentisch ist es nicht.