Update worked great.
"Arrange" in Performance mode went very slow, almost unusable.
That's what I'm doing.
I've got various IR's with desired mic type and placement (cone tip, border, .5" 1" 2" 3" distance, etc), various speakers and this gave me the tone I want, specially to record.
Was a hard work, but I did it one time in my life.
Since it's a wav file, it's cross platform.
Here Red Wirez Impulses.
Inside each folder I selected my favourite mic and placement.
I've tried 3rd Party IRs a few times with the Kemper and I've come to the conclusion that a studio profile made from capturing the whole chain at one time is best. Frankly, that's the advantage of the Kemper and it's saved me a TON of time from the days when I had the Fractal Axe2 Ultra. I'd go out there and buy and try all these different IRs from Ownhammer, ML Labs, Fractal, etc. and then try to use the different IRs live and all it did was kill my time and add complexity that I had to solve post show. MBritt studio profiles are truly all I need to get a consistent live sound. Yes they make things sound same-ish because he mostly uses the same cab and speaker, but that's what you really want in a live situation. For recording, I guess it could be interesting to chase a sound for a song. That's about it though.
Sure studio ready profiles sound great, but sometimes I need a tone but the amp is profiled with the wrong cab to that desired tone.
So, IR are the way to go.
I'm using a Lot of IRs.
Red Wirez and Ownhammer.
They can Fine adjust your tone
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Do a First setting using phones ou your trusty monitor. Then crank It up to final refinement.
Read about munson fletcher curve
Advice? Have Fun.
No, they have smear.
It happens often various versions of RM.
You need to change one slot and save every move you make to avoid this.
I'm using an Orange 1x12 as monitor.
Monitor cab off
FOH got Master mono Out.
Everything works fine.
But will buy a FRFR soon.
The regular RCA audio cable he has (see his link) is a 6m cable. I'm quite sure it'll never work properly. With a short cable it might work, sometimes, somehow, not sure, intermittently, maybe.
A 75Ohm coax cable like the one in his second link is the proper choice.
Spdif = coaxial cable.
Does RCA Works: yes, but it pass a lot of bit errors like out off sync and missing bits, low Bandwidth, etc
You still can use W7.
Just install the right update (the one that see Kemper via USB)
I'm using it here without problems.
It's on Rig menu.
I'm only afraid of vibration.
Can we revisit this please?
I am storing output profiles in browse mode on the KPA and there is no choice for "Replace". Indeed when a save an output profile it creates a new one with a duplicate name. This is not desirable behavior and I am wondering if there is some way to not have this happen.
Me too. I do new versions of output profiles ex: 2x12 V30 1.....2.....3....
The I delete the old ones and rename the new ones without the last numbers.
Until new refinement.