Any chance of this happening?
Dude, you are the man!!!
I have a pedal hooked up and it was acting weird. I just unplugged it, rebooted the Kemper and now everything seems fine.
Maybe my Pedal is dodgy. I'll keep an eye on it!
Thanks for the tip!
Thats a beta though, right?
I'm on 7.4.1 and according to the Kemper webpage that's the latest version.
PS: All my Kemper profiles sound wrong / thin / too quiet too
I tried that. Makes no difference. Its like all my profiles sound wrong as if the gain stage is not working right.
Same issue with headphones by the way.
I just tried headphones plugged straight into the Kemper and have the same problem.
I played with all parameters in the cabinet tab but made no difference.
I think there's a serious problem with my Kemper.
I just tried a few more profiles and noticed all profiles with a low gain setting give me unusable low output, no matter how high I crank both volume and master volume.
Even when I crank the gain to the max on any profile I don't get real distortion. My profiles only reach the "breaking up sound" at max gain but not full on distortion.
I tried loads of profiles now and all have the exact same issue
By the way, I initialised my Kemper and still doesnt work.
This problem started when the update with Kemper cones came out.
I have the same problem when I use ToneJunkie profiles. All others work fine.
I use the SPDIF outs and have them set to Master Stereo.
Hi guys, this is driving me nuts and I can't find a fix.
I also emailed the guys at Tonejunkie but don't know how to fix it either.
Here's my problem:
My Kemper is hooked up to my UA Apollo Twin via SPDIF. I have set the Kemper SPDIF outputs to "Master Stereo".
It works absolutely fine for all profiles but when I switch to a ToneJunkie profile the volume drops down by like 60dB and becomes unusable.
If I change the SPDIF output to "Git Studio" while using a ToneJunkie profile everything is fine.
I bought quite a few ToneJunkie profiles which makes this incredibly annoying.
I attached a free ToneJunkie profile and a free AmpFactory profile.
The amp factory works fine.
Can someone who also uses the SPDIF output please check if you get the same volume issue as me?
I spent a few hours yesterday to select my favourite bass sounds which I then marked as favourite.
The one I ended up using for recording I even duplicated and renamed it to the song name.
I also set the outputs of the Kemper so I can record the DI signal separate to the Amp signal.
I turned the computer off last night (no crashes) and switched it back on this morning.
All the favourites I marked are gone, the duplicated profile isn't there and the output settings are back to standard.
Whats going on? Is the Rig Manager not reliable for saving and marking profiles?
If I can't find the profile I used to record yesrteday I'll have to re record most parts today. What a pain.
I didn't know you can scroll down in the editor software to get more controls...
After reading the manual over and over again I'm still a bit confused here.
I have a UAD Apollo Twin which means I can use 2 analog inputs and the SPDIF inputs
• I'd like to be able to do record my guitar while separating the FX (delay reverbs) to a separate output. Is that possible? If yes, Can I make those settings in the Editor software? Cant see anything myself there
• I'd like to record bass but splitting the signal to DI (mono) and amped signal. Same as above - is that possible?
The way my Kemper is placed I can’t easily see the screen.
The Kemper tuner is great and very accurate so would be awesome to get a software display of it on the Rig manager software.
The reading is already there, just have to port it over the computer screen somehow.
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.