Posts by Noisenet

    Last Friday I started a thread in the feature requests forum requesting the ability to assign the monitor EQ to the headphone output, instead of the headphone out being bound to the Mains EQ. When I came to the forum this evening I had a notification that this thread had been 'Trashed' by someone named G-String. I went to G String's profile to try to contact this person directly but "G String does not want to be added in conversations" as well as "This member limits who may view their full profile" so that's not an option.

    Anyone have an idea why this would have happened?

    Kinda crappy to trash a thread without giving a reason.

    I feed my IEM transmitter from the Headphones output of my KPAs because I like having the ability to have the 'Space' effect in my feed. My IEM transmitter is in the rack with my Power Rack so I'm self contained - it'd be a great feature to be able to have my IEMs EQ'd separately from my FOH signal as what works for FOH doesn't always work for In Ears.

    In Ear Monitor Users: How do you connect your in ears to your Kemper?

    Currently I connect via the headphone output. I've been doing it this way for quite a while now iirc because the 'Space' parameter doesn't apply to the Monitor out(s) & it sounds more 'realistic' to me with Space. What I don't like, however, is that the headphone out uses the same master EQ as the mains out. I would really like the ability to EQ what's going to my ears differently from what I'm sending to FOH.

    2) - I have my monitor feed (mono) running into my Kemper via the Aux In, which I then blend with the guitar in the Kemper and output directly to my in-ear receiver which is mounted in the same rack with my Kemper. I don't have my Kemper at home with me as 1) there's no space here for it (one room condo) and 2) it lives in the band's gear truck in a shock mount rack. If I switch my in ears to the Monitor outs on the Kemper and apply different EQing using the Monitor EQ, will that EO also affect the feed coming in through the Aux In > Monitor?

    3) Is there a way to get the Space effect into my Monitor out without occupying one of my effect slots in my profiles?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    A few weeks ago I was going through some old profiles I made shortly after getting my first Kemper. I ran across one I made of my Bugera 1960 Infinium. I ran the amp into a Suhr Reactive Load, into my DAW where I applied an IR from the Celestion Lynchback IR pack. When I made it I wasn't all that impressed but I also was new at the KPA so I didn't really know alot about using the Kempers settings to tweak it. Now I do so I did a little tweaking and really like the results. I've been using it the past few weeks at gigs as my main lead sound and it's working out great!

    It's up on the rig exchange, the name is Bugera Plexi Lead. It's set up so that morphing drops back the gain a bit. I did this because I have a Dynacomp on my pedalboard for my clean sounds. When I switch from clean to lead, if the Dynacomp is on it's too gainy so I set the morph to back the gain off some for when the Dynacomp is on.

    It's a pretty good sounding roaring Marshall tone, if you're into that sort of thing check it out. It's a Bugera but it'll probably surprise ya!

    *Update* I've also uploaded one more suited for rhythm playing. This one's called Bugera Plexi Crunch. The morph on this one makes it work for lead playing in a less dense mix.

    When I first got my Kemper I did some test profiles using my Suhr RL (non IR) and applying IRs afterwards. Some results were good, others not so much.

    Last night I went back and revisited some of my profiling attempts (I've been primarily using some Tone Junkies profiles as well as a few others). I'm in a temporary living situation (small condo) so I don't have access to any of my amps for continuing profiling. But one of these really jumped out at me. It's a profile I did of a Bugera 1960 Infinium (a 100 watt Marshall Plexi clone) that I profiled from my Suhr RL and put on two separate IRs from Celestion's Lynchback IR set. When I originally created the profile (all of them in fact) it was before I really understood much about the Kemper or it's tweaking feature set. So I dove in a tweaked a few things and holy moly - that profile is a fire breathing monster! At least as far as I can tell through my Beyer Dynamic DT770 Pro headphones. I look forward to giving these a listen on Saturday's gig where we usually have adequate time to do such things (some gigs, setup and soundcheck are in a loud noisy bar environment, stuffy private party, etc....).

    Can't wait to hear those Laney profiles, Noisenet:love:

    It's gonna be quite some time. I'm in the process of moving out of my current residence into a temporary condo unit. I'll be there for at least six months, after which I'll bellowing for a house to buy. Depending on what I find I'll have to then either build a building for my studio (my preference as I want to do some commercial studio work, don't want clients traipsing through my house) or convert a couple rooms into studio space. It all depends on what price my current house gets, how much what I'm looking for will cost, etc.

    Either way I'm expecting to be out of anything related to loud sound for the better part of a year. :-(

    When you click 'backup' it gives you a window/dialog where to save the backup file. At least on pc it does. Where the actual content is - i don't know. But the backup files are pretty small and have all of your 'stuff.' Its pretty cool that we can do this - makes having multiple kempers or multiple computers way easier.

    Ahhhh, I missed where you said 'Backup'. Yes, that I'm aware of, I errantly thought you meant the main library.

    I get Rigmanager to save its backup into a folder on dropbox (on my dektop pc). When I use the laptop in my rack - I let dropbox update for a minute, then load the backup from dropbox. Doesn't take long to do..

    How do you change where Rig Manager saves its content?

    I ended up creating a symlink using terminal to icloud drive (I'm on Macs) works like a charm....

    Both of my computers are Macs so I had to alter the process just a little but it appears to work! i tried a few options in RM on one computer, then launched RM on the other (and vice versa) and each time it reflected the changes - so problem solved, it appears!

    Now...too bad they don't release a mobile version of RM that I can connect to the online directory - that'd be the best of both worlds LOL!!!!

    I have a Power Rack and an unpowered Toaster. The rack lives in my band's gear truck, the toaster is at home with me (and used for rare fly dates). I've generally used RM on my Desktop Mac to work with my Kempers but recently got a new laptop and would like to be able to use that when I'm on the road to work with the power rack.

    Is there a way to keep Rig Manager content sync'd with RM on both computers? Currently the only way I know is to make whatever changes I make (adding new purchased profiles, transferring settings from my gig rig to my home rig, etc) on one computer, then duplicate those changes on the other computer. I'm hoping to be able to keep everything in sync so that if I take my laptop out with me on the road, it's loaded with the same content as RM on my Desktop.

    Has anyone devised a way to make this possible? I've thought it might be a great idea if I could change RM's default storage location to a cloud-sync'd folder (on iCloud, Dropbox or Google Drive, for example (so that when the content is changed on one computer it'll automatically download to the other. Apparently, though, Rig Manager doesn't include the ability to choose what location to store my content so this won't work.

    Anyone got any ideas, other than doing it manually & trying to not forget to do so?

    Thanks in advance!

    I currently use both a desktop and laptop Mac to manage my Kempers, Desktop at home and Laptop when on the go.

    I'd hoped to be able to change the save location for the Local Library storage - since Kemper profiles are such small files, seems like they'd be a perfect candidate for cloud storage, or at least a local folder that's sync'd to a cloud solution so that users with more than one computer can keep the libraries on both computers sync'd.

    As a Mac user, being able to sync my local library to iCloud would make it really easy to keep the libraries on multiple computers in sync. Add new amp profiles/sounds/performances to, say, one's desktop computer, have them automatically available on all their computers.

    To take it a step farther, the ability to work with Kempers via mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android device, etc) with RM content sync'd in the cloud would be even more helpful!

    Hi All,

    I have some road gigs coming up where I will be wanting to take advantage of some downtime by doing a bit of recording. I use a 2019 MacBook Pro which has 4 USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports only. I do also have a little hub thingie that uses two of these ports and gives me 3 USB-A ports as well as a USB-C and SD Card slot.

    At home I connect my Kemper via S-PDIF to my Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt interface. Clearly I don't want to take that or any other interface on the road with me if I can avoid it. A super brief Google search revealed that there appears to be several fairly inexpensive S-PDIF to USB devices on the market so I'm wondering if one of these would suffice for me to get my stereo signal from the Kemper into my DAW.

    Does anyone have any experience with this, or possibly another way to do this without the need to carry an interface? Some of these gigs will be fly dates (including some time in Hawaii with several days/nights of downtime) so the less I have to take with me the better.

    Thanks in advance for your help!