Posts by JuLai

    Quite a few trademarks in one feature list. Way to go RnD and marketing! 😎


    Just as I thought the variable impedance curves representing different speaker types & loads were the last say, then comes a new one (unless this is ”same” thing 😉).


    Now just need to get my head over this concept.. 👍

    Seems I had Mouse (0.0 4.1 67% 0.0)) and noise gate in the stomps and Studio EQ (slight hi & low-pass together with a couple db boost @2,9kHz) + Dly + Rev in Effects. Profile was RockProfiles Helios, but as I renamed the profile in performance mode I can't see original name any more. But it was one of the medium gained profile with Greenback cab, probably best just to select one that works best with the guitar&pickup you're using.

    Sure! Now that this thread was moved to third party.. section can mention some vendors as well. So..


    ..like said, was boosting with mouse drive in front the stack with mix in 50-70 area, depending on the amp/profile.


    I actually ended up trying several profiles and had some pretty good results with several different ones, TJ VanHalen (more of that ’sag’), BM BE100 and RockProfiles Helios (latter ones were excelling in punch). Sample might have been Helios, not 100% sure as I’m not near Kpa atm. And tried even multritracking with all three in a mix - pretty awesome actually, saggy& punchy&big&cutting at the same time, but not that live ready without 3 Kpa’s, so 😆


    Guitar was Music Man Silhouette Special, the one in the avatar actually, with Pete Thornbucker+ in the bridge. I have added EH LPB booster circuit in the gtr behind a switch which might have been enabled also mildly, not sure as some sounded and felt better with it, some without.


    Then there was a slight EQ low&hi cutter in the X-position that I like to use with FRFR.


    Those were the main ingredients I think on the top of the head. Would need to check any details later on when i’m again next to Kpa, but that’d be after the christmas holidays. 😎👍

    Did the Win7 -> Win10 upgrade (64bit) without any issues. Thank you JSB for the tip! :thumbup:


    Since, noticed 2 broken programs after the upgrade: Wavelab 7 (64) and Wondershare AllMyTube. For Wavelab I was able to find a batch that fixed it, but not for the Wondershare (which doesn't matter as I switched to another similar program that seems to work even better than Wondershare).


    Haven't yet tried to install RM3 as I'm not into Beta testing, but will immediately as soon as the official Release version lands. Hopefully soon! 8):thumbup:

    I would approach this from Rat perspective...A rat..or mouse..or 1981drv..etc in front of some marshallesque tone and probably with a cab loaded with Greenbags.


    Had to try and result is...rather messy playing :D


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    Anyone else get excited about the post announcement in the 'Announcements' forum.... only to then have all your hopes and dreams crushed when you see it's just a minor OS update...

    I would like to imagine that minor update from end user / user interface point of view would translate big in OS internals, API and libraries etc. that the remaining issues have been related to holding RM3 release.. :saint:

    I had somewhat similar experience, just a bit escalated version from yours. And the culmination point seemed to be midi data handling/loading.


    Did you notice any other your user settings was changed back to default in System/Rig/Input/Output settings.? Or possibly any profiles missing?

    I believe some of these problems are happening because the user has a lot of profiles in kemper, I usually have 20 profiles and 50 performances, while in my rig manager has more than 50k profiles

    I had 50 profiles and 15 performances. And kpa was able to reload those after restore so probably some other ”majos glitch during update” like K-Team put it as user data should never be changed nor erased during update.

    Rig Pack Buffet - only way for getting Ultimate menu is to try everything ^^


    I find there are stellar gems in each of the packs, many of which have been stable in my live setup for years. Despite challengers that endlessly keep lining up.


    Still find some overall sonic evolution in the catalog that I really like 8):thumbup:

    Newest public OS 6 ->7.0.9 didn't go all that smoothly for me. After the RM+KPA updates, KPA got stuck in the startup phase while loading Midi table. After manually restarting KPA again all user data was gone. -> Needed to restore the data from backup, but now it seems that all is ok in the end.

    Rig Manager is a great tool for hosting big number of rigs. But as the number of rigs increases and folder hierarchy spans it comes harder to make most of the collection.


    While the current tagging system helps in finding with certain criteria I think it would be great improvement to be able to have your own freely formulated notes for the rigs.

    For example I have a practice using "Favorite" tags, but having through the collection with different type of guitar I notice that in some cases the Favorite is actually guitar dependent. Second example is concerning effects - every now and then I notice some nice FX patch in a rig that is not otherwise to my liking. So instead of storing this FX as a preset to KPA or save it in some other rig it would be create to just add a Tag for it to find later when needed.


    These "RM tags" could be separate from rigs (no need to save within the profile) to have no limitations in how many there can be those and adding tags wouldn't affect the profile in any way (not even update timestamp).


    So end goal could be something like email software is calling "Labels" where Folder views, item categorizing and searches are more adjustable. But RM don't need to go that far to improve user experience imho greatly.

    This is a request about getting more flexibility for controlling continuous parameters of a Rig. I would like to be able to have multiple expression pedals connected to the Remote to control delay and reverb mix parameters freely and independently in realtime within a rig using multiple expression pedals - like can be achieved using a MIDI CC enabled pedals connected directly into the Profiler.


    There are couple of feature requests that are somewhat related (e.g. this one More flexble expressin pedal control of CC ), but this one would not concern any MIDI.


    This could be achieved by implementing new pedal type functions to the current (Morph, Wah, Volume, Pitch, Monitor Vol.) list. So instead of adding all possible - or just a few most popular - continuous parameters or effect types to the existing selection list (that could lead to some logical conflicts or side effects like noted by Burkhard in the linked thread) there could maybe be just multiple Morph pedals (1,2,3,4..) available in the pedal function selection list. And all these secondary morph pedals could then control any continuous parameter (or even multiple) with the restriction that one parameter(s) can be linked only to one morph pedal at the time.


    To keep it simple the Rig loading and morph editing could be kept as is (i.e. secondary morph pedal not necessarily used here), but only allow secondary morph to override / inherit the desired parameter control from the 'main' morph command.

    Having the added flexibility using multiple expression pedals with the Remote would be great improvement. I'd like to have Remote more on par compared to utilizing some external MIDI equipment and still have the 'single cable connection' advantage.


    There are good ideas and comments, but was thinking somewhat different approach that don't fit under the thread title anymore so perhaps it'll be better to create a new thread instead.

    Yamaha DXR10 and Atomic CLR here, both are great and still have some pron & cons.


    CLR is quiet and sound wise top notch but little heavier to carry around. Also, if it breaks, you can be srewed as their customer service is, ah well, let’s just say not-that-great. 😉


    Yamaha is great bang for buck. Fan makes little noise which can be heard in quiet environments.

    I plugged once in a wall outlet, tuned up and everything seemingly fine, but no sound was coming out. Then someone mentioned that those outlets were known to deliver some "dirty power". I changed to other outlet and everything fine again.

    One other time I was in a band practice while there came very short power outage and only noticeable effect was light flickered off/on quicly once, but KP became silent until I restarted it..