Welcome and enjoy!
Welcome and enjoy!
i don't think you can do this in the way we normally would in a DAW style routing. I don't know of any way to pan the dry signal across the stereo field.
Only thing I can think of is using the quad delay. This has the ability to feed four delay lines across the stereo field at different levels. Mix would have to be 100% wet (not sure if this can be done i.e no dry) and then just have volume off on 3/4 delay lines and pan 1/2 hard left and right with delay of 30ms on one of them.
Hypothetical as I'm not near the KPA but will have a play in the morning.
Yep - sounds wicked..
As for the song format, its got 'ave it' written all over it!
Not very often I see an Ulbrich amp!!
I've got a couple - they're a rare beast in the UK where I'm based!
Great stuff MM!
The best way to cut through the mix is to boost mid-range frequencies for you solo's rather than just volume.
Try a green scream in front as it has a natural mid range hump and drops some low end.
You've acquired an amazing piece of equipment and I'm sure you're dead excited to get going.
Please do yourself and the rest of us a favour by reading the manual(s) thoroughly..
With power comes responsibility.
If there's something you don't understand after investing some time there are many great people here who will be more than glad to help.
You have to order from the States.
I'm in the UK and ordered one - never looked back after that...
The Friedman pack is killing me Bert... its awesome.
I don't think that this thread has developed in the way it has because of the request itself tbh.
If users consider an editor is a useful addition to the KPA then it's only right and proper to raise this request so that it can be considered. A post indicating that this would be useful and underlying reasons is enough.
It's then incumbent upon the manufacturer to decide if they want to invest in producing one. They may chose to to do so or not - it's entirely their decision and the decision they make may have an impact on their market position if consumers take the view that without an editor the KPA is less of a viable product in comparison to the competition. Free market economics and all that jazz.
The reason this has become so hotly debated is the way the request was initially phrased and then the perspectives justified on both sides in the unfolding thread. Entrenchment begins, name calling and personal attacks start and we end up here descending into farce.
Yes - it becomes a stomps section preset that you can load via the preset selection.
Or the desire to break through the mix for that awesome guitar solo!
I'm glad you enjoy your Kemper - we all do otherwise we would change our product and buy something else.
If you don't like this forum then of course you're free to exercise your free will and not read or post here again.
When I joined after I got my device I received massive amounts of help and as I've got to know the device I've given plenty back to those people who want to get the most out of it.
I wish you the best and hope you find a product that meets your needs.
Actually we do like well reasoned criticism - the problem in yours just isn't!
Kemper do not and may never produce an editor for the KPA. They never have and never stated they would. This is all perfectly clear and in the public domain. You should have known this when you bought the product. If you didn't that's not Kempers fault.
If this hurts their business strategy as peops don't want to buy Kempers anymore that's their problem. Bleating that your not happy is a way of communicating that to the Kemper team and if they respond then good for you.
You've made your point like a number of others so let's close another thread on this subject and move on to more productive things.
Wow - you actually bought a KPA with crap stomps like the DS-1 & MZ.
I'd return it mate as its obviously not for you.
Might want to read the specifications of what you're buying before you part with the cash in future.
Welcome & enjoy!
Lol - bass player looks like he's standing in the loo!
Sounds great btw..
Why did you buy a device that didn't meet your requirements?
If an editor was a show stopper then you bought the wrong thing.
Perhaps you can return it and get whatever meets your requirements?
As for Kemper letting users down I completely disagree.
Oh and whilst an editor might prove useful the interface on the KPA is do well designed (and I've studied the manual) I don't need one. I can do everything I need with the push of a couple of buttons and tweak of a few encoders.
Yep - out of the park again HW.
Great stuff as always.