The walrus audio luminaire has a filter like that I think
always love to check some new free profiles once in a while to see what everybody is groovin on, many thanks!
I've never really pressed the merged cabinet button. I've always just loaded a Cabinet on a di profile and played but never really committing to pressing the merged cabinet button till just now and I'm not totally sure but I could swear that it changes the sound? Does anybody else feel that way, does this happen anybody else?
I get it but a noise gate and two noise gates as stomp boxes, that's more than enough. Why don't you use a hw noise gate? Or if you record you can always use a software noise gate in you daw, if you have one.
I don't have room for a hw noise gate, all my slots are occupied, this is for live purposes.
Understandable but your wish for the kemper won't happen. Sorry mate but the kemper team can't take every suggestion into consideration just to please a few users. You have to rethink your stacking.
Yeah yeah yeah, i get it, i know. I'm one of 4 people that would even think to ask. But hey, gotta try right? Lol
It's tough sometimes when I get a really good stack going but then there isn't room for anything else.
We never really know how easy or difficult it is to add something. Like adding high and low cuts to the output section or amp stack or some kind of complex routing. New effects like synths I get it.
But I also would've never thought they could've added the transpose to the input either nor would I have thought to ask and then one day it just shows up, ta dah! Just like that!
After stacking 4 dist,fuzz, and shapers together, I was thinking, it would be cool if there was a Rotable knob in the rig button section that could move the front input gate anywhere in the chain. Chairs!
Needed? (often negotiable lol)
i think I understand what you are trying to do. It is a bit like Mesa Mark Series amps with the tone before the distortion stages and GEQ after. Which is what the current pre am post EQ option does for the KPA. However, you are effectively trying to take it further to achieve something akin to using a specific OD pedal in front of an amp as a tone shaping device more than an extra drive stage. Like the classic TS to “tighten up the bass” etc.
i agree with ckemper that this doesn’t make sense in the EQ block. To my mind a more elegant solution would be to completely overhaul the OD effects when the time comes to update them. Rather than trying to model every popular OD simply create a model for some of the main clipping circuits then add massive tone shaping flexibility to each of these to let users create their own OD flavours (similar to the approach taken with reverbs etc). In this way user could use the OD block in very creative fashion like you are suggesting while only using a single FX block.
Yeah I think you're getting it. And I definitely think OD overhaul with expandable features would be great too.
What about a pre amp boost/shaper section in the amp block? This would work! It could also be kinda generic like the amp eq.
nothing really just trying to save a block or two and make use of bands that aren't being used.
We would never do this.
The EQ bands interact with each other.
It does not make sense to separate them.
What would be the purpose, that cannot be yielded with another method, such as a Studio EQ before the amp?
I often increase the treble and presence. The mids are rarely touched becuse there is usually a green scream or noise before the amp. I was thinking if I could make the mids and or bass pre stack and keep the treble and presence post amp I could achieve this.
Ahh yes Ok!
This is what I'm saying EQ pre or post AMP
That button, make it so there is 3 more soft buttons, and make it for each of Those Bands.
I think we are on the same Page now? Literally same menu page lol
EQ pre or post AMP obviously makes a big difference - pre or post CABINET does not matter
the order makes no difference
But if the order made no difference, why is there a pre and post button and why is there obviously a huge sound difference when boosting highs and presence etc. post ?
This idea is to be used before the cabinet section.
Example: Amp Eq Mids pre stack> Amp> EQ Bass treble presence> Cabinet> effects
pre or post boxes (soft buttons) for example
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Bass Mid Treble Preacence
That's a good idea but I'm referring to the eq in the Stack Section. Sorry I did not specify good enough.
You can use the Main / Monitor Output EQ‘s and save an Output Preset for each band.
Not sure if this is possible but it would be cool if we could choose post or pre individually for Bass, Mid, Treble and Presence.
Rad idea yeah?
interesting. But how do you set up those two?
I usually will set up the first one to be brighter than the second one and the second one to have more gain than the first one. This varies and also sometimes is used in conjunction with the mix knob.