From the manual...

    One wah pedal to be shared for volume and pedal pitch effects

    There is no way to combine Morph and Volume Pedal as this would imply logical conflicts. Therefore, in this setup Morphing can only be triggered via the Remote’s buttons - either Rig Buttons 1-5, or via customization of one of theLOOPER, TUNER or TAP buttons. Alternatively, you could connect an additional external switch and assign the Morph function to it. We will cover the subject of external switches soon.

    The one pedal then needs to be set-up as a wah pedal. The PEDAL 5 input is already prepared for it by default. How to connect and calibrate has been already explained in the example Four Pedals: Luxury. Then select “WahPedal>Volume” and “WahPedal >Pitch” on the Pedal Links page in System Settings.

    The individual Looper functions cannot be turned on or off.

    I can't reproduce the problem on OS 5.7.2

    Press Record (Button 1 on the Remote) for the first time --> First Recording

    Press again --> Playback

    Press again --> Overdub

    Is there maybe a problem with the button?

    Does the button work properly in normal operation?

    You are totally right, we normally recommend to use the distortion Loop to connect a distortion effect.

    I don't know the Sovtek Civil War, maybe it works with the FX Loop Mono, as you expect it, I'd just try it out for a comparison.

    The Loop Distortion is made for connecting distortion pedals to the PROFILER and is only in mono. The feature unique to this loop, is that any volume boost of a preceding effect will be applied to the DIRECT OUTPUT/SEND jack, thus driving the external distortion pedal. This is what you would expect, anyway. The regular Loop Mono and Loop Stereo do this differently: here, the volume boost of a preceding effect will be applied after the return of the loop. The send level will be unaffected, so the connected effect will not be overdriven. The regular Loop Mono and Loop Stereo are suitable for all non-distorting effects.

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    Meine erste Vermutung ist, das dieses an deiner Gitarre und ihrem Output liegen könnte.

    Ist das Knistern auch vorhanden, wenn kein Instrument und Instrumentenkabel am Profiler angeschlossen ist?

    Leuchtet die Input LED orange -rot auf, wenn die Knachser wahrnehmbar sind, kommt es zu ungewollten Peaks?

    Was passiert, wenn du den clean sens Parameter im Input menu herunterregelst?

    Bitte versuche auch einmal einen Reset der globalen Einstellungen, um mögliche "schlecht gewählte" Einstellungen im Profiler auszuschließen.

    (System menu, Seite 1, Soft button 3)

    Hast du das Kabel und die Gitarre schon mal gewechselt?

    Können Neonröhren/das Licht im Raum für Einstreuungen in das Gitarrensignal für dieses Knistern verantwortlich sein?

    Ist das Knistern auch vorhanden, wenn du den Alternativen Input verwendest?

    Ist das knachsen bei allen Rigs zu hören und über alle Ausgänge des Profilers?

    Welchen Ausgang benutzt du, um die aktive Box zu speisen?

    Bitte überprüfe einmal alle Ausgänge (Main,Monitor, Direct und Headphone Out mit einem Kopfhörer)

    Was passiert, wenn du die Stomp, die Stack und die Effect section ausschaltest und nacheinander wieder einschaltest, erscheint dieses Phänomen erst in einer bestimmten Section, ist ein Effect dafür verantwortlich?

    Ist die Box direkt mit dem Profiler verbunden oder gehst du zusätzlich über ein Mischpult?

    Peakt es im Mischpult, ist das Mischpult für das knachsen verantwortlich?

    Was passiert, wenn du die Ground Lift Button hintem am Profiler betätigst?

    Probiere verschiedene Kombinationen aber stelle sicher, das mindestens einer immer nicht gedrückt ist, damit dein Gerät geerdet ist.

    you can try to adjust the clean send parameter in the input menu

    also you can use the Fx Loop (send / return on the back of the Profiler) to insert your pedals into the signal chain after the input

    but if there is no distortion in the signal, the headroom is sufficient and you don't have to change anything

    benutzt du den richtigen USB Eingang im Profiler?

    hast du ein fehlerhaftes USB Kabel ausgeschlossen?

    hast du den USB Slot am Computer ausschließen können, für dieses Problem verantwortlich zu sein?

    hast du schonmal versucht eine ältere Version des Rig Managers auf deinem Computer zu installieren, vielleicht kommt dein Computer mit der aktuellen RM version nicht zurecht.

    The Aux in doesn't affect the looper.

    You have to record it via front or alternative input, but be sure to check the level and turn off the effect chain to get a clear signal.

    But I have to mention, I don't see the point.

    The Looper does not keep the recording after switching off the Profiler.

    As soon as you press delete in the looper, all recorded tracks are gone, also the drum track... so a lot of work for nothing

    If you want to play to a drumbeat, I would loop it in the PC or DAW and listen to it via the AUX in via the Profiler.

    Is it possible that you send out the Di track via the same output, which you then listen to via headphones?

    You'll need a certain number of inputs and outputs on your interface.

    Output 1-2 Monitor for your speakers

    Output 3 --> sends the signal from the DAW to the Profiler

    Or do you additionally listen to the DI signal via the software of the interface? Some interfaces have their own mix desk integrated.

    Updating the Profiler Operating System
    Please perform the following simple steps to update your Kemper Profiler to a more recent operating system:
    You will need to use an empty USB flash drive in order to transfer the files from your Mac or PC to the Kemper Profiler. When you connect a USB flash drive for the first time, the Kemper Profiler will format it to ensure maximum reliability.
    The next step is to download the latest operating system. Updates are free of charge and can be downloaded from the following URL:
    Expand the downloaded .zip archive and search for the update file called “kaos.bin” inside. Copy thefile into the root directory or “OS Update” folder on the pre-formatted USB flash drive using your Mac or PC. Next, unmount the USB flash drive from your computer and plug it into the Kemper Profiler. Follow the on-screen instructions which will appear after a couple of seconds.
    More details can be found in the Reference Manual.

    In case the current operating system installed on your Profiler is older than 1.8.2 Release you need to take an interim step and upgrade to 1.8.2 first, before you will be able to install current operating system. Operating system 1.8.2 Release can be downloaded from our web-page under category „Legacy Operating System Versions“.