Hi, and sorry for the noob question. I am curious if it's possible to change profiles while using the looper. For example, first pass with a clean tone, second pass with an octave effect for bass, third pass with a solo tone, etc.
I am very excited about this update. That is probably the best acoustic simulation I have every heard.
I just bought a Stage for live use so I can keep my trusty rack at home where it belongs. One less thing to carry!
As I get older, convenience is key.
Hi, everyone. I've missed you all. So, it looks like Pudge is coming out of retirement for a one-time gig. And, I am in need of the Kemper Community's collective genius.
A friend of mine is organizing a Neil Peart tribute show, with all funds going to charity for cancer research, and I've been asked to lend my guitar-slinging services for the evening. Though my declining health has forced me to turn down several requests to come out of retirement in the past, I cannot think of a more worthy cause to break that tradition than an evening to honor and pay tribute to one of my childhood heroes.
Naturally, I want to do the music justice, so I would like to do my absolute best to capture some of Big Al's more elusive tones. Specifically, we'll be focusing on Rush-era 1978 to 1992, so his tones from Hemispheres through Presto are what I am after. Here's where I could use some assistance.
For Hemispheres through Moving Pictures, I am leaning towards Hi-Watt and early Marshall amps. Thoughts on effects to use?
I always struggle with getting Big Al's shimmery tones from Presto. I know he used GK solid state gear for a while, but those tones are so elusive. no matter what I try. Ideas?
Does anyone know of any good profiles that already exist?
Any advice that any of you have would be helpful at this point. Thanks everyone!
Thanks everyone, glad you dig the tunes.
The only influence that's obvious to me is Vai in City Lights, correct?
If that's true, I am amazed. Because I am definitely a thief in the nighttime. I steal from everyone! When I listen to myself play, I hear every guitar player that has ever influenced me, only played badly.
Yeah, Vai was a big influence for me back in the day. I haven't listen to him in ages, but some things just stick with you.
Also, on the YouTubes. Maybe this will be easier to access.
Hi everyone. My 3-song EP has hit the web.
For those interested, this work is of significant personal meaning. The songs contained within represent three very different stages of my life. Each song was written during a time when I was struggling with some form of abuse, depression, anxiety, and at one point, homelessness. I never had a chance to record them until a few years ago. My son convinced me last week to publish them publicly.
Every guitar and bass track was recorded with the Kemper, feat. profiles by Michael Britt, Bert Meulendijk, and more.
Love the new avatar with 'Pudgie Jr in it, 'Pudgie.
Hee hee, I figured it was time to own my new look. That was my first day of college, so naturally he insisted on taking a picture of me, just like I did with him years ago. Chip off the old block, that kid.
Can't wait to start recording again!
I have to tell you how wonderful it is to see so many familiar faces welcoming me back. Thank you, everyone.
What a nice feeling it was today to flick on the Kemper today and be instantly reminded why I love it so much.
Welcome back man, kemper is more awesome than ever , you'd just play for days just with the delays, they sound fantastic and you can play some great pads with them.
The spring is another option , very cool. Don't forget the rig packs and some stellar profiles both commercial and free.
There is also a third party editor that looks really nice and updated frequently.
so ... you'll have tons of fun
Third-party what now??? Link man, link me!!
You foxy lurker-in-the-mud, you.
Geez Shawn, what a noob, mate. Seems like just the other day he was still here.
Hey 'Pudgie! Has it really been that long? How time flies here on the forum. S'pose the intermittent drama series, interspersed with awesome updates like the delays and spring 'verb beta help keep our minds occupied.
Sorry to hear about your health, mate. Believe me, if anyone can relate to long-term-health "challenges", 'tis I, brother. Great to have you back in one pice, man, and... your avatar hasn't aged a bit!
MONKEY MAN! Glad you're still here, mate.
The good thing about my avatar - it never gets older. Me on the other hand, not so much. I frequently joke that there is a painting of me in an attic somewhere getting uglier by the second.
So let's see: High blood pressure, depression, anxiety, sleep apnea, acid reflux, and good old fashioned American obesity. Have I mentioned I turn 50 next year?
But it's not all bad news. I started college in January. I'm pursuing my PhD in Mathematics. Maybe when I grow up I can be a teacher or something.
Bring back the AIC covers man!
Haha, you remember! Nice, thanks for mentioning that. They might be the first thing I start working on. I was starting Rain When I Die when the health problems started, so maybe I should jump on that first. Plus, I can have my son do some rhythm tracks now - he's gotten so good in the last year.
Hi and welcome back!
Sorry to hear of your health issues, hope that’s all behind you now.
New in Kemperland... well, the spring reverb finally arrived in beta, and two new reverb algorithms were shown at NAMM that sound amazing. Apparently should be out in beta before the year’s end.
You can now set sampling rates, so you can record digitally at up to 96kHz, if you so choose to. Hmmm what else? I’m sure some of the other guys will be along to help me out. Were you around for the new delays? Can’t remember when they were released.
Sam my man!!! Good to see you're still here. Still got those Alice in Chains cover clips we did where you did vocals? That was awesome. I can't find them anymore.
I was here for the delays, but the spring reverb is new to me! That is great news.
Hi everyone. Been a minute since I've hung around these parts. In fact, other than teaching my son to play, I haven't picked up a guitar for recreational purposes since 2016. Mostly due to health issues. But, I think I am coming back. My son has progressed amazingly and now he wants to jam with his old man and learn some of my tunes.
Anyway, how you all been??? What's new in Kemper-land? I haven't flicked on the old green machine in a couple years so I'm curious about the latest scuttlebutt.
Most sellers should have a store so you can redownload the contents of your purchase
And those that do not have already graciously responded to my emails and provided either new links or zip files. I am truly grateful for the showing of support I received from the community.
It's been a weird couple of days here in the US. Glad I could find some comfort here. Sniff, sniff.
Crisis may have been averted. Luckily I had taken my MacBook Pro to a session a few months back and loaded all my rigs beforehand. I just launched RM and copied all the rigs to a USB stick. Provided I can copy them over to my PC without a fuss, I am golden.
Thank you all.
Thanks for the suggestions, guys. Let me check those locations on the old Mac (thankfully I didn't get rid of that) and see if I can somehow restore my collection.
What a night.
Well, it finally happened. This week I switched from Mac to PC and in the process I deleted every single one of my free and commercial profiles.
All of them.
I've spent the evening downloading the ones I could, but for many of them the download links expired. I've reached out to the sellers for assistance. It's been quite an evening.
Bought, of course. Thanks for the excellent work!
Wow. Our patience (well, some of us were patient) has really paid off. The new delays are amazing. Wonderfully done, Kemper team.