KPA save all output parameters except for the volumes.
Kemper says they would like to prevent level jumps when loading presets.
Especially with headphones and InEar, I see that you have to avoid volume jumps.
But they didn't think to the end here either, because the main -12dB switch is saved and restored.
So if you really want to give the FOH board soundman and the audience at the soundcheck a god, then let your signal level adjusting with -12dB during the soundcheck.
Later on show your band mate how your recording settings are (logical without -12 dB) by briefly loading your studio setup. Everyone in the audience will get a bang when you play the first power chord.
I’ve been playing gigs for almost 40 years Kemper doesn’t have to look out for me. The problems are caused by it not saving my levels. If the output levels were saved for my live sound, the levels for that preset would not cause a problem with my FOH. They would be exact. What they may be set at at home IS the problem. That’s where it’s louder, & not resetting prior would cause a problem. Also it doesn’t save the power amp on/off. It makes no sense that it can’t save everything in a preset and you have to manually go into it turn the power amp on/off and set the levels. It’s a hassle. It’s half a preset. It’s an omission not a feature.