Some years ago I had one device between my computer and the wall power outlet. It had a battery and when the power failed, this device supplied electricity for some time. More than enough to save everything and shut the computer. I don't know the name in english nor if they are still being used. I got rid of mine when the batteries started failing and never felt the need to get another one.
Very interesting. I can't get used to auto update. Maybe I'm too old, but I don't like machines acting by themselves.
The cheap Windows 10 tablet I got for Rig Manager and Atomic Amps apps crashed when updating
I will try that. I think I already did, and it takes some time to switch the wah off, once you stop moving the pedal, so it's no useful for me. I'll check again. Thank you!
I've just started using an expression pedal with my Stage. Wah sounds very good, but:
In first slot of a performance, the pedal is for volumen. In the other slots it's a wah (bypass at heel position).
Everything is fine until I use the volumen in slot one. When I go back to any other slot, if I left the volumen on "10", wah will be in toe position. And if I left it in other position (in slot one), the volume in other slots will be in that position, too.
One solution could be to set the wah to "bypass at toe position", but I prefer the bypass at heel.
Is there a way to solve this conflict?
Thank you very much.
When I got mine it had similar "issues".
Somebody told me here that I had to push the cable hard into the unit. I felt very stupid when it worked. And happy, too.
I hope your problem is that easy.
Have you tried all that at loud levels?
I upgraded straight to 8.0.2 and I cannot find the Kemper Factory Content 8.0
My updated Rig Manager shows 7.5.
Could you help me?
Thank you very much!
Information screens at the airport.
That's good news.
Great from Kemper.
I don't thing the thief tried to register the Kemper. It wouldn't be very smart from him.
Did they catch the real thief?
Yes, great value for the money.
This may be out of interest since the Kone and the cab are already here, but I recently brought my 108 home from the rehearsal room and I've been checking it against the Yamaha face to face.
Yamaha wins no doubt. It's much more clear, clean and had better dinamics.
The 108 sounds more compressed, distorted, and it hasn't that clarity. It also has that bass presence... Maybe it's great for metal players or for others, but not for me.
I know with such a different price tag they are in different worlds.
Anyway the 108 sounds great for the price and is very handy. If I had to buy one today for rehearsals and playing at home I'd get the 108.
But, for me, the Yamaha's sound quality is simply better.
Ok. I solved it.
This is from the Reference Manual about the specifics of the DLY Module:
...., there are good reasons to choose the DLYModule for the delay effect:
·delay sound (as well as thereverb tail) won’t be cut off when you switch Rigs (“spillover”) if placedin the DLY Module
·delay sound (as well as the reverb)will be directed to separate outputs if output source is set to "Del/RevWet" in the Output Section
·DELAY FEEDBACK and MIX knobsare exclusively linked to the DLY Module.
The option to deactivate spillover can be found in the Rig Settings - so it's Rig specific.
So... The delay "spillover off" function doesn't work when the delay is placed in the delay module.
Is that correct? I've been away from my Stage since the beginning of the Covid confinement. Now I'm back and was trying to set the spillover off and... No way.
Thank you in advance, Burkhard, and I hope you all are well.
I can's see much difference. My KPA takes uses 1min3sec to boot to tuner. Then add another 14sec before the remote gets connected.
To me it looks like the NVRAM use to store the firmware must be very slow, but there isn't much to do about that.
The delay to have the remote connected OTOH is simply unnecessary. Recent versions of firmware delay power to the network port to prevent the remote from booting up before the main unit is ready and sit waiting with periodic retries to connect. The better approach would be to implement both the KPA and the remote as broadcast transmitters and receivers. Then each unit would first ask if the other is present before connecting, and fall back to wait for the other if there is no response within 50-100ms. With no delay on power to the network one would thus have instant connection once both units are ready, with periodic retries only as a fallback in case of wiring problems etc.
I think mine is much faster. Tomorrow I'll check it.
Is it just my perception or with the new OS the Unit boots up faster?