Interestingly enough I had made profile for sevenfold tracks for friend's covers band a few weeks ago.
May do a quick playthrough of this track and post to compare it to yours when can , if I remember, which I won't.
I like the tone here for sure. It's got some of the character you expect to hear from sevenfold.
Is it all Kemper profile or kemper plus external IR loader?
If you know the frequencies that the Kemper favors, its easy to fool people.
I guessed wrong in this thread as most did. Granted if the OP could have been more transparent and said the Kempers settings were adjusted. Some might have 'guessed' differently. But great job man!
Tips for less high end in profiles (when creating the profile); lower the amps presence. If there is a OD pedal, lower the tone and/or the level. When the Kemper runs its pulses during profiling, the increasing amplitude pushes your power amp. The end result is a profile with higher definition. And in some cases excess bass. The kempers profiling ability of the power amp is its weakest point. Its more evident for metal players.
Sounds pretty good!!!
Never heard them before but I checked out original just for comparison:
Seems like more bottom end on the original, otherwise quite similar
Mine is single right and left. Theirs is quad tracked and in certain sections layered even more. Maybe 3-4 guitars per side. Plus I didnt use any post EQ or reverb.
Short snippet of a new profile I created based on A7X. Only post FX was a limiter for slight volume, rest is all Kemper.
My vibrato is absolutely horrible. This is more for tone and not my shitty playing
Les Paul with JB pickups, Ernie Ball Skinny Top heavy bottom 10-52 strings, tuned to dropped D
I think you are completely wrong There was a bug, using only the cab section with the amp section turned off, the amp section still bleeded in.
Really? I must be crazy. Not the 1st time
I myself never seen an IR that sounded the same when converted to kemper format, doesn't matter how long,
There was an issue that has been recently fixed. When disabling a kemper cab there was a driver that was still running that was not supposed to.
Kemper with a disabled cab into external IR loader was not the same as converted IR loaded into the same kemper profile. The driver in the first instance changed the frequency response. This info was posted by CK in Bommels post about IRs. Of course my memory is shit and I could be completely wrong though
I'm afraid I'm not sure I understand your question.
'X' is the first of the EFFECTS slots...
Yes I understand this. Is there a way to set the X slot to appear before the stack? I thought with the editor it would allow this? That there would be no more static slots.
Maybe I misunderstood and its just that "EFFECTS" options are now available in the "STOMPS" section?
Yep, those clips sound super! Thanks for posting!
Thanks man. My playing is really sloppy / not tight. I literally learned the riffs and recorded them. The last combination of 2 profiles in the clip sound pretty badass! Great job!
Killer stuff man. Quick jams
1st TV30 42
Left 2 TV30 07
Right 2 T 30 25 GAIN 5.6
Good to have you back brother!
I only like 1 Dream Theater song and this is it. Dig the tone! Its so weird tuning up, I thought my strings were going to break. haha
Les Paul with JB pick ups, Tuned to E standard, DAddario XL EXL115BT 11-50 gauge strings
Allowing a loop anywhere you like in the signal chain would be very useful.
Giving users the option to set the loop up so it doesn't even consume a slot (eg put it in the output menu for example) would also assist users to make the most of the possibilities of the KPA.
This is what was done with the "space" option - it can be in the slot or you can save a slot and just activate in the output menu.
My post was incorrect about Pre and Post. That does not correlate with the X loop being able to moved to the front of the signal chain. Good news is that the Mono Loop is now available in the STOMP section. Which means it is in the front!!!! WOO HOO! I've been wanting this for years. Thanks to Peter at Kemper for explaining and sharing the info via email. Great customer support as usual.
Here is my new take on getting the tone. I will update the main post with the new profile and info
Edit- this one sucks too. Very static and lacking warmth of a power amp. Ill redo it again with new ideas.
Fab tones! Looking forward to trying this profile out for myself!
Thanks! I hate it though. Too much gain, scratchy,etc..
I completely redid it using different gear. Its just a matter of getting the low end right. If it sounds any good, Ill post the new profile today or tomorrow.
I just noticed that the Loop is now available in Pre????? SWEET!!!