Posts by Burkhard

    I believe that i have same problem. Not with my unit at the monent, so can say for sure. Can you change these paremetrese with new editor or do you have do it on the unit?

    You find Output Sources in the Output Section, in the user interface of the RPOFILER as well as in Rig Manager 3.0. Delay Mix at 100% (Wet) can also be dialed from both ends.


    If you should still be facing surprising delay and reverb effects, check the DLY + REV Routing in Rig Settings. The default position is 0%.

    i didnt realise till this week that you could set the master out to just delay and reverb.

    Really cool effect.

    Not quite sure how u would use it, except for ambience etc. Recording. Esp with reverse delays.

    Would be great to be able to toggle your output from the the remote.

    Not sure if this is possible though

    The Output Source "Dly/Rev Wet allows to record those effects on a separate track and adjust the Mix or the whole effect at a later time. Such Wet/Dry/Wet or Wet/Dry/Dry/Wet setups are explained in the Main Manual incl. pictures.


    Output Sources cannot be adjusted via Remote, but of you dial the effect Mix to maximum, you find 100% (wet) there. So, this setting can change by module and Rig and even be morphed.

    I assume this is not directly related to the output power of the internal power amp, but to the overall power consumption.


    A 600 Watt power amp doesn't constantly deliver nor consume 600 Watt. The way to limit its power is turning volume down. You can check the current Wattage the power amp is delivering with the Wattage Meter you find on the last page of the Output Section since OS 7.0. The scale of this Wattage Meter is calibrated to 4 Ohm. If your cabinet has 8 Ohm, you can divide the displayed Wattage by factor 2. At 16 Ohm, devide by factor 4. You might find out, that you rarely exceed 15 Watt.


    But again those 40 Watt are probably power consumption. Even a device without built-in power amp e. g. PROFIELR Stage will consume power.

    Der Taster, der im Mission Pedal verbaut ist, ist ein schließender Taster - wie eigentlich alle, die ich kenne einschließlich unserer eigenen - und daher muss Polarität auf "Invers" stehen. Denn bei "Normal" geht der PROFILER von einem Taster aus, der bei Betätigung den elektrischen Kontakt öffnet. Da aber bei Ihrem Taster der elektrische Kontakt im Ruhezustand offen ist, "denkt" der PROFILER schon beim ersten Kontakt, dass der Taster bereits betätigt wird und schaltet entsprechend um.

    No, these "presets" are presets and no imprints. Presets are data that you can add and delete. The 18 Celestion presets are included in the preinstalled factory content since a while and also available for upgraders in Rig Manager. You could acquire more impulse responses and migrate those into cabinet presets and import those as well. The imprints will be "hardcoded" and a different selection of chassis of various brands.

    You can reassign the TAP button in System Menu, page Remote Buttons, function Button Assignments. You will find "Freeze" in the selection. be aware, that this will be applied to all Freezes in all modules. If you control Freeze via Effect Button I-IIII it can be assigned to a particular module.

    Those are unrelated topics.


    The cabinet presets based on Celestion IRs can be used like any other cabinet presets with any full-range monitoring (cabinets, headphones, in-ears) and equally with KEMPER Kabinet and KEMPER Kone in full-range mode.


    KEMPER Kabinet and KEMPER Kone have to be connected to the SPEAKER OUTPUT of a PowerHead or PowerRack. Alternatively, these can be driven by an external (ideally neutral) power amp connected to the MONITOR OUPUT of any PROFILER model.


    With KEMPER Kabinet/Kone you will have an additional option: Instead of using the KEMPER Kabinet and KEMPER Kone as full-range you can configure these to emulate a specific guitar chassis. In this special mode the guitar speaker simulation of the Rig gets suppressed for the MONITOR OUPUT (and SPEAKER OUTPUT) selectively and an "imprint" of a particular chassis takes effect. There is a fixed list of chassis to choose from in the OS, which might evolve over time. Now KEMPER Kone sounds like a particular Celestion or Godman or …. chassis in the room and before microphone.

    What we call the relative method to load Performances and Slots had been designed for foot controllers with limited capabilities and memory. If a foot controller just offers 100 presets, it cannot memorize 625 Slot addresses. Subsequent sending of the same control changes (#50-54) will initiate and toggle Morphing.


    If you intend to load Performances and Slots via DAW I suggest to use the absolute method. Each Slot has an absolute preassigned and fixed address comprising a bank select LSB (CC #32) plus a program change. The address of the Slot currently loaded is displayed in the dark box on the left hand side, but only while no Remote is connected. Bank selects and program changes will never trigger Morphing. There are dedicated control change available for Morphing: #11 for pedal and #80 for button.


    In Browser Mode you just need to send program changes which you have to assign in System Settings on page "Browse Mode PrgChg".


    You cannot switch modes (Browser Mode, Performance Mode, PROFILER Mode) via MIDI (not NRPN) except Tuner Mode.


    If you are familiar with Performance Mode I suggest you stick to that for your automation.

    When you open the cabinet module and turn the BROWSE knob, you can either select "From Rigs", which means you are now selectively browsing the cabinets from the other Rigs in your browse pool or you select "Presets". The PROFILER comes with 18 presets, which are based on impulse responses provided by Celestion. But you could create your own cabinet presets, either storing just the cabinet from any Rig as a cabinet preset or by importing an impulse response. Before Rig Manager 3 you need to use our CabMaker utility to transform an impulse response into a cabinet preset, that you can import. Since Rig Manager 3 (beta) this transformation capability is included, so you just need to drag & drop an impulse response into the preset area of Rig Manager.

    Don't know, what you mean by the term "output profile". None of our terms. Is output presets, what you are referring to?


    All settings of the Output Section are by definition global, applied to all modes (Browser Mode, Performance Mode,....) and maintained during a restart.


    Output presets are a vehicle to store and load a subset of output settings for different environments. Volumes are for example not include as we don't want, that loading an output preset could lead to huge volume jumps. But again, if you load an output preset its settings take effect and all output settings are maintained during a restart. Check it out!

    We have no scientific explanation why a pedal should swell more smoothly, if it's calibrated with a limited range. We recommend to maintain the maximum range at the expression pedal and use the parameter Pedal Range availably by Rig to set the intended minimum volume in heel position.

    Aha, das tritt also nicht im laufenden Betrieb auf, sondern nur in dem Augenblick, wenn sich beim Hochfahren eine Remote verbindet und nur so lange bis man eine andere Performance lädt.


    Ich sehe Kabel an den Pedal-Anschlüssen. Was ist dort angeschlossen? Wenn es Schalter sind, wie sind die polarisiert? Wie sind die Buchsen konfiguriert? Kann es sein, dass sie einen externen Taster z. B. in einem Mission Pedal falsch polarisiert eingestellt haben, sodass der Profiler "denkt", der Schalter wird betätigt?