Thanks. I found a USB and updated with that.
I updated my Rig Manager software to the latest Beta Version and got a message that my Kemper needs an update.
According to the post from Kemper I mentioned in the subject line this should happen automatically through the Rig Manager.
Nothing happens though and there is no function for me to update the Kemper.
Do I have to get a USB pen and do it the old school way.... ?
All guitars were recorded through a Kemper (apart from the Acoustic)
It might be a bit early, but for me the editor is all I hoped for. Simple, intuitive and yet powerful. Awesome update!
There’s an idea for the next version of the Kemper
In that case I’m not that bothered. As long as it’s not notable and loads.
Usually on digital signals you can send more than 2 channels. I’m guessing with the Kemper being a SPDIF Output I can only send stereo, right?
Would be awesome if I could send both the dry stereo and the effects stereo seperate through the digital outs.
Yes, that's the kind of converters you need.
I had good results with this particular model:
Be aware that you need 2 units if you plan to do digital reamping.
Regarding "just a cable adapter":
This doesn't exist because a cable in itself can't convert from an optical signal to electrical signal and vice versa.
thanks for the link!
Would a cheap one not do the trick?
Is there really more latency going in digitally? If it’s a lot more it wouldn’t make sense for me to go that route then.
The only reason I’m planning to use the optical ins is that I can keep my analog ins free for microphones when recording acoustic guitars and vocals.
So I’d need a box like this:
LiNKFOR Bi-Directional Toslink to Coaxial Converter 192 kHz Optical SPDIF Toslink to Coaxial Toslink and Coaxial to Optical SPDIF Toslink Coaxial Converter Switcher with Optical Coaxial Cables https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0…_r_cp_api_i_nsz5Db0HKTSCM
I was hoping there might just be a cable adapter.
The Kemper has a digital spdif output and my soundcard (UAD apollo twin) has optical inputs.
Is there a simple cable adapter I could use or do I need some sort of box to connect them?
Can we start talking politics in this thread? I think it's covered about everything else already, and will be about as productive.
The editor = Brexit
We know it’s coming but when? Or is it coming at all? And when it’s here will it be any good?
Is there a realistic chance we’ll see it this year?
My hope is fading..
So, after looking at demos of loads and loads of commercial packs I like the overall sound of the Michael Britt packs.
Problem is he has so many packs and I’m thinking about starting with one of his bundles (pack 1, 2 or 3)
Those of you who own these packs, any tips which one to get first?
5th of November
Let’s face it, the only reason why it’s delayed is because they are obviously having some issues / bugs with it. Then at the same time Mac OS Catalina got released and it wouldn’t make much sense releasing any new software that isn’t compatible. I’m guessing they’re just ironing out the final issues and it’ll be ready soon. It’s not in their interest to hold it back but it’s also not in their interest to release anything that’s buggy as hell or already obsolete.
The Moog looks great indeed and is still within my price range. Thanks
Thanks for the recommendations. Unfortunately the Dunlop is too expensive for me.
I’ll have a look at the Zoom. Looks like a great price.
... or if a threat about this already exists, please point me to it. Did a search but couldn’t find a threat with volume pedal recommendations.
After browsing around online I saw there are many great commercial packs. I already own one of the big Amp Factory packs which sounds awesome.
I’m looking to buy another pack which would be great for Indie Rock like eg Kings Of Leon sound.
Can anyone recommend a pack? There are just so many now...
I can’t wait for this editor. Will make my life so much easier.