Posts by CelticGibson

    From what I know of the tech used in the profiler, the code base wouldn't translate nearly as well or as efficiently into the software vst realm as it does on the hardware unit due to the nature of the specialised DSP used. The code is low level enough to exploit hardware features of the DSP that would cost many times the power in software to emulate on a general purpose cpu. The Motorola 56K is a specialised DSP specifically designed for audio processing so unless they can get the software version of the profiler's OS to operate as well as it does on the 56K then I don't see it happening.

    There has been a marked shift in performance in computers since the fourth gen Intel chips were released a few years ago. They make using these machines effortless. I can honestly say that I do not think I have even seen the hourglass cursor the entire time I have owned this Windows 10 Intel I7 laptop. I am sure if you have a 28 core 56 thread ninth gen Xeon chip then I highly doubt you would need another for a decade at least. It's good to be alive if you can afford it hahaha!

    One of the key features of the profiler is that the cpu is passively cooled. That means there are no fans inside the casing to make noise. When you reduce the thermal envelope that low, you are severely restricted in what cpu grunt you choose to add to a new system. I very much doubt they will change this anytime soon unless they find a suitable cpu that can run without a fan and offer twice the power..

    XLR or `1/4 inch jack is all the same. What about in Cubase? When you add a track to record the profiler, are you adding a stereo track? Maybe you need to link both channels in the focusrite Mix Control software...

    You are connecting to the 2i2 via XLR? The profile might be panned in the stereo field so ensure you are connected to the focusrite in stereo and you pan both channels left and right. Make sure the setting for each input is set to "line" and not "instrument" since the profiler is a line level device. Because you are going into XLR then you are at the mercy of the pre-amps in the focusrite and each pre-amp has a gain control. You need to find a ideal level for each channel with the gain knob.

    People are getting strikes on their youtube channels just for humming copyrighted songs. Be glad you are not monetising your videos because they would nuke you faster than you can say what the f*ck!. It doesn't matter if you made the song from scratch unfortunately...

    Great rendition all the same.

    Well the reverb is real. It works. It's part of a KaOS on a profiler and people are beta testing it so it shouldn't take too much longer before it is released into the wild.

    The Cabmaker accepts only 44.1kHz IRs. You cannot convert any other sample type or rate. If you want to use those IRs then it might be better to track the profiler sans cab module and insert the IR via an IR loader as a effect module in the track. That way you will still get to use the IRs regardless of the sample rate. Although adding multi sample IR support to Cabmaker might be something for the folks at Kemper to implement in the future if they wish..

    Just try the profiler with headphones and a guitar. If there's no latency then there's something bottlenecking your set up. If there is then either you are too sensitive to lag or there's something wrong with the profiler. If you try this then at least you will have moved one step closer to solving your issue...

    The profiling process isn't going to change so nothing new will come from that. The only things that could change would be to the product itself however it's going to be difficult to get replacement chip to run without a fan, at 200Mhz, silent and produce what the Motorola 56K can and that's a problem. Look inside the AXIII and see how many heat-sinks and fans are needed to keep that monster in check.

    They might plan to double the chip count and maybe incorporating dual profiles for those who want them with a new larger colour display, EtherCON connection on the back for the foot controller, a new arrangement of interface controls on the front but that's about it. These are mostly cosmetic so I don't see it as a major part of their plan. However I could be wrong. Only the lads at Kemper know...

    I never thought I would love the AC30 amp until I purchased Matt's Acey30 profiles and boy was I surprised. Apart from the fantastic tones out of the box, you get a wide variety to choose from. Everything from low gain right up to blistering face melting gain. I am more than happy with this profile pack and I am glad it exists. There's not a day that goes by that I don't play the Acey30+ AL profile when I power up the Kemper. That profile alone is pure magic. Add a touch of treble boost and you are in heaven. I seldom give praise like this but for that pack alone it's warranted. I hope Matt sticks around for a long while and that others get to experience that crunchy sparkling love from their profilers like I have...

    Thanks Matt...