Yes, boost, distortion and fuzz pedals and some modulation pedals that do something special.
I use the DT 770 for mixing. it´s quite flat sounding in my ears.
I own couple of ATH30s that I use in my studio for customers. Quiet nice price/performance ratio.
I forgot why I own the ATH50. But it is more hifi sounding because bass, treble and presence are more pronounced compared to the DT770.
Hope that helps.
Did you try reamping by using the front input? I´ve got perfect results doing this even with a Sommer cable
But the in- and outputs of my recording device are set to professional audio level.
Anyway, the "beep" sounds like a internal feedback loop. Picture no. 4: 1-2 Loopback...that might be the problem.
I tryed balanced XLR cables today and the hum is gone! Thanks a lot for this idea! Problem solved and happyness arised:))
thanks to you, too man! I thought about the PC monitors, too. But the hum occured without monitors and laptop as well. And even without plugging any guitar...
And yes, I do love my P90. But the hum was a different one...
thanks a lot for your ideas!
Ok, no I´m in a 50 Hz country:) I´m always confused with this.
I didn´t know that the Main Outs 1/4" jacks are balanced as well! I´m pretty that this is the solution! I will check this and let you know...
Phase switching....noooo, I meant "ground lift" coffe before writing would´ve been a good idea:)
even if I switch the phase it is still humming. Direct and Monitor Outs are silent. That´s the strange thing about it.
I checked cables and changed preamps (it´s my recording setup). Still humming.
Guess it´s the Kemper. What do you guys think?
Doch, die Antwort kam Ende Februar 2018.
51,7% haben einen echten Amp identifiziert, wenn das Hörbeispiel mit einem solchen gespielt wurde.
60% haben den Kemper identifiziert, wenn das Beispiel mit dem Kemper gespielt wurde.
ich habe anfangs immer einen Blues Junior als Monitor und Backup zu Gigs mitgenommen. Das hat auch funktioniert, obwohl ich direkt in den Input gehen musste, weil er keinen Einschleifweg hat. Richtig gut fand ich die Lösung allerdings nicht, weil das ganz schön gefärbt hat.
Aber den Kemper einzuschleifen, klingt nach einer besser funktionierenden Lösung. Halt uns doch auf dem Laufenden, wie das für Dich funktioniert.
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Great, it´s on my list now. Thanks!
I´ll take two. One for the toaster the other one for my walleye rig
Also available from US vendors (Amazon) for $25 with free returns. No brainer for me, I've ordered on and will report back.
Please let us now:)
I own the Thomann Bag. For only carrieng the toaster it´s great. Sometimes I just put the remote on top of the bag and use a strap for fixing it there. That works fine for me. But only if it will be not raining...
I found very interesting, that the Kemper Profiles were not tweaked at all but the Helix Presets were tweaked through and through.
Nice! Thanks for sharing! Well made A/B comparisson:)
You could save performances with "cab off". That would be a possibility.
1073 PRE pretty nice for clean bass as well!
For commercial profiles I recommend Michael Britt´s. Just check his side:)
Probably I would choose a industrial power cord like I did with my pedal board back in the days. Just something thick and reliable.
Jip, in general you can say it´s more about the approach than about the gear as long as your tone is clean. Even some on the edge tones will work...
If we stay with Nile you could also choose a software channelstrip which emulates a Neve or SSL console.
There might be a notch somewhere between maybe 1000 - 4500 kHz. And some modulating effect as well.
Nile Rodgers is known for his super clean and dry sound. I even read that he would plug his guitar directly into the preamp of the mixing desk.
You can also try transistor amps to imitate his sound. Roland Jazzchorus for example.
Being able to use the kemper is very convenient anyway. In a positive sense, of course!
How would you proceed if you had no Kemper?
Goal: I need the perfect guitar sound for this song!
1. Select guitar: single coils or humbucker, etc.
2. Select Amp: American or British, etc.
3. Select Cabinet: this may affect the sound even more than the amp itself
4. Select microphones: midrange fist or warm and cozy ... sm57 / md421 or sm57 / u87 or sm57 / royer 121, etc
Knowing what the individual components do helps me a lot to use the Kemper in the way I want it.
I think the issue with “mix ready” is that it all depends on what else is in the mix.
And of course it depends on the guitars and pickups you will use. For example: When I use P90s and choose a AC30 profile (which both naturally come with pronounced low midrange), I will create a wall of low midrange with this setup that certainly will not sit in the right place if I wanted to create a mid-scooped metal sound.