Posts by DonPetersen

    And one of the "secrets" of the Morgan AC20 patch is the EQ stomp. Save that as a preset and use it often on clean tones to tighten up your sound in the mix.

    and the relatively high setting of the AMPLIFIER Compressor of 3.8, evening out the differences in volume of a softer and a harder pick attack and thereby limiting the Rig's dynamic range.

    Connections for PROFILING a Computer-Based Guitar Amp Simulation

    • Connect your guitar to the Input of the PROFILER.

    • Connect the DIRECT OUTPUT or SEND 1 from the PROFILER to the appropriate input on your computer’s audio interface.

    • Route the output of your guitar amp simulation software to a specific hardware output of your computer’s audio interface.

    • Connect this output to the RETURN or RETURN 1 of the PROFILER.

    ✓ Be sure to disengage the noise-gate in your guitar amp simulation software before PROFILING it.

    When I first started I had an issue with my Presonus setup, where the headphone output was getting both the Kemper input and the sound of the Kemper through a record- enabled track. This caused a thin and phased- sounding effect and was fixed by muting one of the signals in the Presonus software mixer.

    this is my concern as well.
    layering the direct monitoring signal with the signal that passed through the DAW (and is thereby delayed a few ms) will cause comb filtering.

    The Tim Bass presets are just settings of the Kemper Drive to replicate the MXR Timmy* pedal - it's just a name ;)

    *All product names and company names are trademarks of each respective holder. Kemper GmbH is not associated or affiliated therewith. Those trademarks are only used for historical reference or to identify products whose sounds or tone inspired us during development.

    So, sounds like you'd be able to easily tell the difference between a Kemper profile of an axe fx model, and an actual Axe fx model. Sounds like a loss,of dynamics.

    Tube amps are the references that matter ;)

    The results from PROFILING modeled amps can sometimes be underwhelming. The reason for this is that some emulations use techniques that don’t necessarily match the analog reality.

    It's a part of their parameters

    Stereo Modulation

    Induces a delay time modulation to create a lush and chorus-like sound. The delay taps are modulated in different phases to produce a wide stereo image like the Air Chorus, even when the delay times are set to equal values.

    ✓ If you want to create a delay modulation, without creating a stereo effect, use the Flutter parameters instead.

    Flutter Intensity & Flutter Rate

    These parameters control the typical wow & flutter effect of a tape delay. The speed of the tape passing the recording and playback heads, of a tape delay varies randomly due to several mechanical reasons such as tape wearing. This results in both slow and fast pitch deviations of the delayed signal. Flutter Rate varies the overall speed of these random deviations. Lower values produce more "wow”, while higher values pronounce the "flutter”. Use the Flutter Intensity to adjust the strength of the deviations to your liking.



    Every digital reverberator consists of multiple delays that are fed back. The delays can be randomly modulated by turning up Modulation, creating a more lush (and more artificial) reverb tail. Turn Modulation down to zero for a natural reverberation, although a sparse modulation is still maintained, so as to simulate the natural fluctuation of the air.

    Danke für die Antwort.

    Ja schon, aber ich möchte zum Beispiel Chorus oder Flanger Sounds verwenden und das hat das Gerät ja nicht. Auch der Zerr Sound gefällt mir nicht.

    Effekte auf dem Talkbox Signal würden eher auf das abgenommene Mikrofonsignal gelegt und nicht auf das SIgnal, das in den Schlauch geschickt wird. Das sollte also in dem Mischpult zu dem das Mikro-Signal geschickt wird geschehen.


    die Banshee Talkbox ist so konzipiert, dass man genau kein eigenes Amp SIgnal bereitstellen muss, bzw. kann.

    "The Banshee is a self-contained talkbox effect
    containing its own preamp and power amplifier for driving the
    internal horn driver. Unlike other talkboxes, where the effect is
    connected between the amplifier and speaker, the Banshee is
    connected between the guitar and amplifier—similar to
    standard pedal effects."