My favourite as I'm a big EWF fan. The horn players do it justice
Wow ! That Chicago cover really was excellent! ....
Those guys over there in Ukraine (especially musicians) have a hard life so all the more kudos to them for achieving that detail and sound
The one thing the KPA can't do, is profile time-based effects, no reverb or delay, unfortunately. Only the tone could be profiled, then the other channel would have to be recreated inside the KPA, using built-in effects. I'm not that good.
The cab is included in the tone on the right channel (with a bit of reverb), it should be just like profiling a combo amp but without any of the effects, the profile would be flat and rather lifeless though.
lento1234567 , have you tried your CE-1 in the KPA effects loop?
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No, unfortunately I didn't. I got an offer I couldn't refuse I still have a CE-2 somewhere though ...
How does the CE-1 compare with the Kemper's versions ?
The Rockman chorus sound is especially good. I used to have an 8 module rack of them until a few years ago and would have liked to profile various combinations thereof ....
The stereo chorus module was even more lush than my CE-1 ....
The deluxe, especially ....
Chick Corea and his wonderful array of musicians that are all virtuosos in their own right.
Brent Mason and Johnny Hiland (not forgetting Albert Lee, of course), these guys have such a masterful picking technique you could put them on the most sterile-sounding profile and they'd make it sound good ....
The Fulltone Clyde Deluxe pedal has a good "Shaft" preset (along with a "Wacker" and "Jimi") and I uploaded white noise profiles quite a while back.
Try looking in the thread about Wah settings or the like on here .....
Always a favourite of mine, too.
Of his more commercial outings, Weekend In LA was also 'cooking' ....
For all you Shads fans everywhere, this recent documentary highlights their remarkable career, and that iconic Strat ...
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Amazo…3012&s=electronics&sr=1-1 that is the one i purchased...im still new to S/PDIF so im tredding un-familiar ground when it comes to "correct" cables.
I had a look at this and pretty sure it's just a normal cable used for Hifi connections. Amazon do a Digital Co-ax cable here:
I could also suggest these that I bought on Ebay :
No guarantee that these will cure your problem but at least you'll know you have exactly the right kind of cable ....
If this doesn't fix things, you could also give the guys at Focusrite a call.
I had a weird problem with a soundcard of theirs and after emailng them for support, had a very helpful telephone conversation from them
Im using S/PDIF Thats why i got the Clarett 4pre
This is also a longshot but are you using a proper 75 ohm spdif cable ?
A good quality RCA cable can work but it's no substitute for a proper one ...
an excellent video (see below) on how he used a Universal Audio Apollo box to sum 3 different Mic's with UA eq and then rerouted that into the Kemper for profiling. Fascinating. He said thats how Michael Britt and others pros are doing it.
No wonder these profiles sound good when you use UAD with Neve mic pre's etc
A very heart-warming video. Thanks for sharing, Monkey .
Wonder if they'll also feature Marcus Miller as another of their original bassists
I use Keyscape and have to say it has the definitive collection of Rhodes, ably demonstrated here by Keifer.
Sounds like a Chick Corea tune but can't place it .....
That sounds like you didn't (or couldn't ?) insure it for what it was worth ...... Nevertheless, that is bad news and if you don't get a satisfactory solution with them, take it to your Ombudsman service.
Warp factor 11 .... .....
These are great ! Possibly the best (certainly one of the best) combo out there .... like you said 'sounds killer' .....
Have a bump
I have (but don't currently use) a Palmer Macht 402.
It's an I.E.C.1u SS stereo specialised guitar amp.
2 x 200w @ 4 ohms,
2 x 100w @ 8ohms
2 x 50w @ 16 ohms.
1 x 400 w Bridged mode @ 8 ohms
Just been testing my connection again and it seems the latching mechanism of the KPA socket is the culprit and not the plastic connector.
Will have to find a new socket.
Still, it would have been better if the Kemper socket was designed to accept a Neutrik - like the remote already has.