breu Count me in for the XTC profiles!!!! Very excited about this !!!
Btw, if you ever have the chance to profile a Wizard Modern Classic, you would have one guaranteed customer
I would love to profile a Wizard Modern Classic.
As far as I know nobody in the Netherlands is using a Wizard...so unfortunately I can’t lay my hands on one...
Hi Bert, same to you, all the best! Can't tell you how much I like your Friedman rigs as well as the Filmo and the Acoustic pack. All very inspiring stuff. I use it a lot. Cool thing
Any plans for new packs / profiles in 2020?
Thanks man, I’m happy to hear that !!!
New plans, yeah, for instance, I’m gonna do my Bogner ecstasy classic the way I did my BE100 pack !!
Hi Bert , just wanted to let you know that I just did some leads with a CAE lead from your commercial pack on my latest track.
I also got the Fimo & acoustic packs , really great stuff , thanks for your efforts & superb ear
Yooh, thanks for posting waraba Cool playing, cool sound !! Appreciate it very much
The Filmo cleans are something very-special IMHO, as are the edge-of-breakup and crunch Rigs.
So true. I love that pack so much. And it has two aspects:
One is the warm and always thick sound which works under almost every circumstance, i.e. different guitars and pick up types as well as the volume. It simply sounds great.
Second is the fact that the unit was not build to amplify guitars - but does it so well. Great case of out of the box thinking to profile it
Yeah Nicky, you're right !!
I made these profiles during the making of the Wisseloord pack and I remember a certain struggle to find the right cab for these amps so I was not fully convinced about the quality.
For that reason I didn't add these to the Wisseloord pack.
After a while I gave the profiles a "second chance" and while listening to it I had a really WOW experience which resulted in the Filmo pack
And indeed, it's no way an amp made for guitar but for that purpose it does an outstanding job
I'm using one of my favourite profiles from Bert on this track. It's the Friedman BE100. The Wah is a Dunlop Cry Baby. The track is called "Life After Love" by Justin Derrico. Hope you enjoy my take on it?
Turn it up
Hi John, thanks for posting your video man !! It's great, love it !! Your guitar is awesome too btw
This is the first video in my serie "Bert's favorites"
It's about profiles which I use in my main session bank.
I hope you'll like it.
If you want more or more detailed info in the video's please let me know.
Well done Nate !! Beautiful song, playing, lyrics and sound man Very Black sabbath'ish as mentioned before. Like that very much !!
hoi iedereen ik heb een vraag heb de profiles van bert over de pa een ks set geprobeerd en tot mijn verbazing klinken ze op mijn monitor wel goed maar op de pa die helemaal recht staat helemaal niet hoe kan dat toch?
Ha Gerard, dat kan in principe ook niet....
Kan je vertellen hoe je routing is...? Pak je live een andere output..? Heb je pure cab aanstaan...? Is er iets mis met de PA..?
Thanks for sharing that, Bert! I think most of us are always looking to learn more about how all the pro's do what they do!
Jeff, you can always ask anything you want to know man... no problem !!
I've always said that Definition is my favourite parameter on the KPA. I hit it first before any Stack EQ or anything else.
Thank you for sharing the video, Bert. I watched it with youtube's text translation on.
Hey Nicky, thanks man, I didn't know there was a translation and subtitle function on YouTube That's good to know !!
It translate my name into Bernd Maylander though which is not so nice haha
Yes, definition is favourite but can change the character and sound of the profile which doesn't mean at all that's a bad thing to happen...but absolutely the first thing to grab when it comes to fine tuning or tweaking...
But imho the most important thing is that the source has to be right..
Well, the only thing I might disagree with is adding a post EQ...
In my profiles I often use an EQ in slot 5.
The only thing it does is cut some low below 90-100 Hz. You probably need it anyway because you're interfering with the bass and if you don't do it yourself your FOH or studio engineer will do it...at least, that's my experience.
The other thing I often do is adding a tiny bit of 2 frequencies. This achieves a more "in your face" result, it doesn't change the sound or character of the profile, it only creates a more upfront in the mix result.
For those who are using my profiles, check it out when you are recording a track. You will notice the difference
And if you don't like it, get rid of it. It will sound good anyway
Compliments to this guy, Thomas Dill
What a great masterclass this is !!
I hope Kemper is gonna add subtitles to it because this guy knows what he's talking about when it comes to Kemper in the studio !!
Correction !! Monkey man told us there is a subtitle function into YouTube !! Just activate "subtitle" and you can choose any language you want It's far from 100% accurate but at least you know what Thomas is talking about....Didn't know the existence of this option so thanks so much Nicky !!
I know my name is very difficult to pronounce for all non Dutch guys but this translation gives a whole new and a to me unknown variation...Bernd Maylander hmmmm