It make me want to buy it.
It make me want to buy it.
It's interesting, it seems progressive.
But the Guy detunes the sound on 1 octave.
But what's the result on juste one # or b or chromatic note ? Does it as progressive as that ?
Someone could provide a demo ?
The question about the physically Kemper expression pedal ability to bend up and down like the Bigsby pedal is not my subject.
For the moment, i don't have an expression pedal. I would like to buy a Mission Engineering Expression pedal with spring (and i know that she works in one sens only, is not my subject), but my subject is : does the Kemper is able to detuned progessively the sound like the Bigsby pedal ?
When i try this with the pedal pitch effect, and the virtual expression pedal as a scrollbar in Rig Manager, it does'nt work.
There's no progressiveness between two chromatic notes.
I'm not sûre.
I would have preferred that the Kemper can do it with an expression pedal.
The Bigby pedal requier a power supply.
Each notch in the pedal pitch effect is equivalent to a chromatic note.
This effect is unable to have the same result that the Bigsby pedal.
It is necessary to have much more precision than the pitch pedal effect allows.
Sorry for my bad English.
Detuned is not continuous in the pedal pitch effect.
It's impossible to play with this effect through an expression pedal, to play like a guitar tremolo (mecanic vibrato not the tremolo effect).
Changing tone is not continue and i hear it.
We can not play like a guitar tremolo.
It seems that it's much better than the Kemper Pedal Pitch, wich i hear all the changing notes.
Would we be able to do something like this with the Mission Engineering expression pedal ?
In my opinion, deph parameter value of this effect is not accentuated enough.
I have this effect into my old zoom G92tt and it's better.
Thanks to Kemper team.
In the actual Kemper univibe it would be necessary to increase the value of the deph parameter.
Do you think it's possible to get a plate reverb with the Kemper existing reverb ?
If yes, how ?
In my opinion, this effect lakes depth.
I preferred the univibe effect of my old Zoom G9 2tt.
Enhance the vibrato effect which is not deep enough.
I heard rumor...
I search especially for clean profiles.
I'm talking about a device able to profile studio preamp (UAD, Neve, Manley...).
A device with an internal neutral and transparancy physical preamp for mic in input (with 48 V).
This neutral and transparancy preamp would be not felt during listening, whereas the profile of a colored preamp would be felt and listened.
In addition, this device would have effects for voice in addition to some current effects in the current device.
This device could be used both on stage or in studio.
In fact, the current Kemper device does it well. But it has no internal physical preamp in input for mic with XLR, but guitar preamp with a jack input, so that it is necessary to add a neutral physical preamp in input to do this.
And in the current device, some effects are adapted for guitar only (distorsion stomp, some reverbs, compressor...).
The current devices for voice on the market place are bad. Kemper Team could have a card to play.
I owned a TC Helicon voice work +, but it was not intuitive with a complicated routing, and very unreliable in MIDI, and naturally without preamp profiles or even preamp modelization. It's very disappointing.
There's no singer guitarist among you ?