So you have all your rigs/profiles backed up, correct? Just try "dragging" one over from that folder and see if RM will load it. If so, then drag the rest over. Done!!! That is, if you had them backed up which I hope you did.
And my wife tells me I have to many guitars....... LOL
Every pair of ears are different. I do what most have mentioned already to my liking with Kemper Kone's (monitor and direct out using imprints) and then check the tone with my studio monitors (Main outs using the cab IR). So I try to balance the tone ( not volume) between my studio monitors (Mackie 824's) and the Kones so that they both sound good when switching between them, and also sound good when all are turned on and balanced volume wise. At least that's what I'm trying to do, and it sounds good to me.
What he said^ - check on "Monitor Stereo" (in the output section), and I'm using monitor out for left and direct out for right to the SLA-2 power amp inputs. So I have stereo left and right to the Kones.
I think you are missing the point
CK wrote "GRFR is on top of that. "Guitar Frequency Full Responce" does not make too much sense".
I answered that the currently accepted acronym would be "Guitar Range, Flat Response", which is of course quite a different concept, and it does make sense, because it typically refers to a broad band mid-woofer able to return the most of a guitar range band (let's say 60-12k ?) rather than filtering at 6-8k, and gifted with a flatter response (that is, within a lesser dB range) than an average guitar speaker, in order to more faithfully return the nuances of a full profile or patch.
Summing up, my response was that the (correct) acronym makes sense, at least from a commercial point of view. Not sure what you are trying to say.
No matter how its named or described, FRFR range (frequency range measured by a frequency meter) is much wider than any guitar cab can produce. Thats all I am saying, so please name away whatever suites...
I played around with the 1st patch for abt an hour, set up to my liking and just jammed out- Gotta go to bed lol -
I have two in closed back 1x12 cabs. Don't know about the open backs but mine sound great! I play mostly Blues/Rock stuff and nothing too heavy.
WOW thats a treat- THANKS!!!
I don't know if this shuts the pre-amp off too, but you can just shut the amp off in the editor or on the KPA and use a pedal for the pre.
Then he is missing out as far as I am concerned, but hey that's his rodeo...
With the premise that the acronym would be Guitar Range - Flat response it does, actually IMO.
Ermmmm, no. Guitar range is between "this"---------to-----------"this" frequency wise...
FR (full range) is between "this" ---------------------------------------to----------------------------------------------- "this" frequency wise.
They are the same in that both make noise, but are miles apart frequency wise and since "Hertz" is what the subject was, they are not the same.
As always your mileage may vary.
I would buy one now , if I could receive it within 30 days, I don't have much patience to begin with , waiting on the Kpa Remote , took away all that I had left a few yrs ago.
I Don't think 30 days would work, there's been people waiting for months for thIs amp that still don't have one. Early April will be a month for me and I may have another two before I see mine. And, with the world out of sync atm with the virus, it might be even longer. Ah well, I have a Kemper to play with anyway 🎸
FYI- MBritt has a 40% off sale this week!
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It's crazy out there right now. I've been home alone trying to be productive and watching the world through social media and the news right along with everyone else out there. Our Lonestar gigs have been rescheduled or canceled for the next two months and if you are like me you may have too much time on your hands. I'm currently working on a couple of new projects that I'll be announcing soon with new profiles and new IRs coming in the near future, but until then, please feel free to stock up on profiles.
If you're a bass player or just a home project studio player, please check out the Steve Cook Bass Pack. The proceeds for that pack all go directly to Steve to assist in his medical expenses as well as to the Mama Lere Hearing School at Vanderbilt Hospital.
Running a Studio PROFILE or Merged PROFILE through KEMPER Kone without cabinet PROFILE and without Speaker Imprint wouldn't make sense.
Probably wouldnt sound very good either. Thanks Burkhard for all you do!
Thanks piotrmaj !
That fixes the "Tap" button triggering the Stomp "A" button.
Now to figure out how /where the Tap is for individual Profiles via the Remote...
Edited: Found it under the "Rig" button - turn tap on...
I have somehow buggered up my tap tempo on the remote.
The 1st thing that happens is on some profiles, by tapping the Tap tempo, It turns my Wah on and off!
When the Wah is not in the 1st slot I does not happen.
Then second thing is I can not get it to change tempo when tapping the Tap switch on the remote.
Anyone got a link or page that shows how to set this up?
So if I understand correctly then, the "Monitor Outs" (In stereo) with Monitor cab OFF runs in Speaker Imprint mode to the Kones.
And (at the same time) the "Main Outs" of the Kemper is still running the selected IR cab in the profile , correct?
So all the Monitor Cab "off" does is switch the Kone from FRFR to Imprint mode.
Thick headed me may understand this at some point lol...
OK I fiddled with this all morning and now have FX going to the Kones Wooohoo!
What I have now is : (on "OUTPUT" page 1 of 7")
Says "Direct Output used for Monitor Stereo"
Monitor cab - Unchecked
Monitor Stereo - checked
Main output set to Master Stereo
Monitor Output set to Master Stereo
Direct Output is greyed out
SPDIF Output set to Master Stereo
Hope that this is right...