Posts by GRStudios

    A few years back I was considering a DynaMount as well. It's an incredibly cool concept and as soon as you see it you wonder why it hasn't been around all along. Especially if, like me, you're often the only person in the studio serving both as engineer and (alleged) talent.


    Ultimately, instead of buying one I just sold all my amps and bought a Kemper.


    Is that cheating? :)

    I went the other way. After buying the Kemper I have been buying more amps and cabs 🤘🏻

    If it's a mono signal distributed across the KPA's stereo outs, the two halves will be phase-coherent.


    If you sum them in a DAW, there'll be an increase in level, but that's about it, so in such cases one might as well record only one of the stereo-out halves (L or R).

    This is true. But if you have any type of stereo effect on, like rev or mod, it would be a different story.

    That's interesting to hear. While modern country (at least here in the US) is basically just pop sung with a southern twang and thus the wall of sound thing, blues is something I would have expected to be more of a sparse arrangement. As I think more about this, it seems that the benefits of single versus multiple tracked guitars has less to do with genre and more with the sparseness or fullness of the overall arrangement. Especially since, to paraphrase Yoda, "Always in motion is the music."


    Of course, I have no exposure to the music scene in Norway so I don't know what the vibe is like there for things like country and blues.

    Arrangement is key when it comes to recording music.

    Here is a example of Norwegian country/blues. This is an old recording of a band I used to play in, and this was recorded like i described earlier.

    Only differanse is that the left and right guitar was recorded with different amps this time.

    This was recorded at our rehearsal space, so the sound quality is not the best :)



    And here is a band I produced earlier this year. Guitars are double tracked using the same amp for left and right. And on the choruses I think we ended up with 8 or 10 tracks of guitars panned 100% LR.


    Four separate takes. Two with the main rhythm sound (same amp and settings panned LR) and two with a different/lower gain sound (same sound and same settings panned LR). This is easy.

    I have never had any problems with this. I record/produce rock, blues, country, metal and stoner rock.

    When I record guitars I do it the same way almost every time. Double tracking for the majority of the song (two separate takes) and quad tracking (four separate takes. Two with the main sound and two with a different/lower gain sound) for the parts that need it, like chorus and bridge etc.

    All tracks panned 100% left and right.

    There are some really great profiles in here. I am really liking the Marshall packs, but particularly loving the Fender amps at the moment for the jangly stuff. Many, many thanks for these! Some great effects settings too, to top it off. I like others, hope that you aren't giving up on the profiling.

    Thanx. I have two Kempers now, so I'm not quitting any time soon :)

    Wow, some of the clean profiles are spectacular. Thanks!!!!

    Thank you.

    saying thank you just isnt enough, ive been using ur profiles since the begin of (kemper)time, i wanna kiss you...

    @GRStudios this is super generous of you, nice work, thanks 8o

    Thanx :)

    Great to see this here! I have been looking forward to whatever was to be your next step after you removed rigs from rig exchange and you mentioned that you planned to do some organizing (or something akin to that). I have invested a lot of hours into playing with your profiles, especially the 5150 II and the Mark Five:25. It will be nice to go through this collection. Thanks for sharing your work!

    Just have it in the back of your mind that some profiles are me experimenting with different microphones, cabs and amp settings, so some profiles may not be very useful ;)