Very much appreciated!
I guess you could use it in parallel?
PROFILER DIRECT OUT with Guit Analog signal to Revolt preamp,
Revolt Preamp back to the PROFILER RETURN INPUT,
FX Loop in Slot X and use that to mix the Revolt sound in.
But I don't really see the point tbh
Phase Alignment machen usw.
das würde ich zuerst mit der Mic-Position durchführen.
Bei einem Mic die Phase drehen, dann eines der beiden minimal vor oder zurück bewegen bis man die maximale Phasenauslöschung erreicht hat (der gesamt Bassbereich verschwindet quasi), Phasenumkehr wieder herausnehmen und ein PROFILE machen.
Keine Scheu vor dem EQ im PROFILER Mode haben: "A 4-band equalizer is available on this page to shape the signal returning from your reference amp, similar to how you would equalize the microphone signal on a mixing desk, before it is returned. Tweaks of this equalizer will be integrated into the resulting PROFILE."
PROFILER DIRECT OUT -> Amp
2 Mic SIgnale im Mischpult summieren und -> PROFILER RETURN INPUT
I've played over many so called FRFR monitors and they are all very different.
Nothing touches the Kabinet in my experience.
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just an idea:
You could also make a copy of a rig in Rig Manager, erase all the tag info and save it as 'Init' - if you want to start without any pre-filled tags - and use this rig as the starting point.
Still don't quite understand why the tags of the previous loaded profile shows up in the fields after doing a capture. Why aren't they blank if it's a new profile? It's like I'm saving two profiles every time.
There is a Reference PROFILE simply because it is an easy way to check the quality of your PROFILE-to-be.
The idea is that you start from a PROFILE that is somewhat similar to what you want to create and being able to use that as a reference.
The tag-adoption happens to make life easier for when you create a number of PROFILEs. You only have to put in the bulk of the information once and the tags will be all in place for the next PROFILE of the same amp.
You can use a USB keyboard to put in the info, or use RIg Manager.
Even if you don't change the name of the rig after PROFILING, a new rig with a different date is created.
I don't think it is possible to overwrite an existing rig this way.
sound like a setup issue tbh
DIRECT OUT -> Helix IN
Helix OUT -> RETURN INPUT
or possibly faulty cables?
If they want to remain in the market, they have to...
I have been reading this sentence, admittedly with changing conclusions, ever since this forum went online around 10 years ago.
Now i am wondering if there are profiles for these amps, mainly the Leslie-effect, or is this doable to create with the Rotary effect?
"Interestingly, you can take a PROFILE of your own rotary cabinet. If you get the chance to have a real rotary speaker in your studio, as long as you can connect line or guitar signals, you can take a PROFILE of it. Please refer to the chapter Taking a PROFILE for further instructions. Of course, the PROFILER already comes with a Rig “CK Rotary Speaker” which includes a PROFILE of a Leslie® 147 captured with Shure® SM 57."
Main Manual, page 212
It is possible and additional PROFILEs of rotary cabinets would be awesome!
After selecting a rig, the main screen comes up, showing the name, STOMPS, AMP, EFFECTS etc. as well as Bass, Middle, Treble and Presence and their values.
what’s the difference between line level leads and instrument level leads? I’m aware of balanced/unbalanced but have never heard of line level leads.
With line audio, you can get away with simpler shielding.
Instrument cables generally have better/more shielding since the signal generated by the pickups is so minute.
to me, it's the generic Ibanez lead sound (basswood, their kind of pickups plus locking trem)
search for 'Legacy' in the Rig Exchange - by Eric Stam for example
But if you tell me that having a setup of the cheapest mic, the cheapest mic preamps in a mixer and so on will be equivalent to the most expensive setup regarding sound quality, I don’t believe it. The quality of the signal matters before it hits the Kemper again.
of course it matters, but good (expensive) equipment doesn't really do all the work for you. They are tools, no more.
I don't judge PROFILEs made with just a SM57 plugged directly into the PROFILER - if it's done by someone who knows what he's doing/has similar tastes it might be amazing.
One of my all-time favourite PROFILE stated in the comments 'MXL R144 center, a foot away' not only did I record and play this PROFILE a lot, I also bought the mic
But to me it seems like there is a big difference regarding sound quality between the profiling in packs done in a studio and people fiddling around at home.
there are quite a few very highly regarded PROFILEs that were made by 'people fiddling around at home'
mic placement is probably the most important factor and the people that know how to place a mic are the ones that have been doing this for years, so it's not really that surprising that they often do have access to / work at a studio
but the number of great PROFILEs listed in this thread What are "your" hidden gems in Rig Exchange? Post your best finds here ... also shows that while it doesn't hurt to make PROFILEs in a studio, it's not exactly necessary if you know what you are doing.