I'd like it could Work like the profiled amp EQ (tone stack??!!??).
Let's say You, with just 3 profiles (or more if neecessary), let the KPA Learn How the Amp's EQ reacts/interacts/shape the sound.
(without changing anything else that EQ settings on I.E. a Classic Marshall control pannel)
Get profile #1 All EQ Pots at 0 ( treble at 0, mids at 0, bass at 0)
Get profile #2 All EQ Pots at 5 ()
get profile #3 All EQ Pots at 10 ()
then A Great Feature to Merge them (profile #1+#2+#3 or more if necessary) to generate a One 'Master' Profile where the EQ reacts like (as close as possible) the Profiled Amp.
I guess, what above, may seems like a dream, but actually, Now, the Profiler is, one way or another, already able to Get the Gain Structure of an Amp..
so it doesn't seem to be a ''Mission Impossible'' right?
I've been thinking about this general idea for a while now. Born from the idea of theoretically profiling an amp at every possible setting, and then mapping each individual profile to the knobs, so each time you move a knob (volume, gain, EQ, etc.) you are switching to a different profile with those actual setting. Of course, profiling an amp in every possible setting would be madness and probably more than any computer could handle, but it would amazing if Kemper could let people create, say, 5 profiles with different settings and then linking those settings with the knobs on the KPA and then use an algorithm to kind of connect the dots between different settings. It's a lot easier to estimate what the treble would sound like at 5 if you know what it sounds like at 3 and at 7.
Maybe we'll get this fancy merging feature on the Kemper 2... if that ever gets released