Posts by Rayosytruenos

    Just read elsewhere about a rig. Some user complained he has only the distorted rig of an amp and would like to have the clean version. So my question is this: to get the rig as a clean one, is it not enough to just turn the gain down and maybe tweak some things on the amp settings? And why do many profiles of an amp come with so much versions, from clean to heavy gain?

    After all, it should be the same amp. Of course I understand, if an amp has two or more channels, this makes differences. And the question can be widend: what are the true secrets of creating a good profile?:/

    That's what they do at Fractal: they try to recreate the behavior of the real amps with all the controls and a lot of parameters if you like to dive deep.

    A very different approach. Kemper tries to match just one sound per Rig. Find a Rig as close as possible to the sound you want and don't tweak too much.

    You can have a delay adjusted to dotted eights and another one with, let's say, quarter notes. In the same Rig. And you can copy and paste them to other Rigs in the Performance.

    You can adjust the tempo in 3 different ways:

    1) With the Beat Scan (holding down the Tap Tempo switch and playing your guitar with the timing you want. When you release the switch, the delay will keep the tempo).

    2) Tapping a few times on the Tap Tempo switch. This option is sometimes tricky.

    3) In the delay parameters.

    Note: the delays don't need to be active to get the tempo you are setting with the Tap switch.

    About the volume thing... I think the only way is trusting your ears and adjusting according to what they tell you. Always adjust the differences in volume between Rigs at the general volume you're going to use the performance. That means, you play a Rig with the master volume (big rotary knob) at the level you want to get for that rig when you use it (at home/rehearsal/gig level), and then adjust the Rig Volume of the other Rigs in the Performance to the desired volume, always comparing it with the reference Rig (the first one you set).

    It's a digital word, but some things must be done the old way.:)


    I've been so busy this weekend I had no time for the computer.

    I'll try to do it this morning.

    Please, let me ask you something: The computer seems to be working properly excepting the blue screen when I try to switch it off, so... Is it dangerous to use as it is and just make a hard switch off each time I use it?

    It's probably a stupid question. I apologise in advance.

    Thank you again.

    No. Everything seems to be working correctly. Both Wi-Fi and network cable work ok.

    But when I try to switch off, when it looks like it's off, the blue screen appears and the computer restarts by itself. I just can keep the on/off switch pressed until the computer switches off.

    When I switch it on again, everything is there. No data lost.

    Here you have a picture:…0WSMKLG/view?usp=drivesdk

    It says:

    There has been a problem in your PC and it needs to restart. We are getting info about it and then it'll restart.

    To find more info about the problem and possible solutions, go to

    If you call for tech support tell them "stop code: BUGCODE NDIS DRIVER".

    I haven't find any solution going there.

    Thank you.

    Thank you.

    I think it's too late for doing that.

    But I think I saw "Activate" somewhere in the screen. I'll try to do it tomorrow.

    Similar problem here.

    I just upgraded from Windows 7 to 10 to have the new editor working. And it works. But every time I try to switch the computer off, it shows a blue screen and restarts.

    How did you return to Windows 7?