NEW and IMPROVED! Legendary Tones Series -- Brown Sound Pack 2.0
The new and improved Top Jimi "Brown Sound 2.0" Pack for the Kemper Profiler. We've taken our most popular pack and kicked it up to the next level with the…
Only a side note: I Don't know if this is even possible. Even the self-proclaimed "most powerful units" need much more time.
Certainly possible. In software and hardware development, a lot is possible, but always at a cost. And it's always a game of compromise. What would need to step back for 5s startup time?
I have a FM3 and like it very much. Getting great tones out of it. I am thinking about getting a ToneX to combine with the FM3.
Other than the FM3 I have my Kemper stage. Both are getting roughly the same play time.
Both are great units. If I had to get rid of one, I wouldn't know which would have to go...
As of now all google search results don't go to the forum post. You always end up on the start page. Hope that Google will soon re-index.
I have spent a hundred dollars each on MBritt and Tonejunkie profiles. I don't regret it at all. Maybe I could have found profiles of equal quality by wading through all of the free profiles, but with those two vendors I am confident, that I get very good quality.
Because you want to send a different signal from SPDIF than Main Outs and don’t want the signal from SPDIF to be altered in the same way as main outs. The same reason the Main Out and Monitor Out don’t have a joint EQ. It seems perfectly logical to me.
"Because you want to send a different signal from SPDIF than Main Outs and don’t want the signal from SPDIF"
No, I don't.
It would be nice to have a choice whether the main EQ is applied to SPDIF or not.
> changed: S/PDIF OUTPUT not impacted by Main Output EQ anymore
Honestly, I also don't understand why that would be a good thing.
The question is ; Is the licence linked to the person or the device ?
Anybody can write in their fine print whatever they like. That does not necessarily mean that's it's lawful or binding.
As mentioned before: Microsoft tried to forbid sales of software licenses with the same argument that TJ uses here. At least in Germany the courts ruled that this clause is not worth the paper it's written on. The law is above any fine print agreements.
It may (or may not) also depend on which countries laws the contract were made under. For example if you are based in the EU and purchase a licence from a US site does that fall under US law or EU law? My limited understanding suggests the contract would fall under US law but I could be wrong.
I am an EU citizen and so EU law applies to me. Good luck enforcing, when for example a US vendor sees it otherwise.
Microsoft tried hard to prevent from sales of used licenses in Germany. Their attempts were shut down by the courts repeatedly and without fail.
I have seen that with pedals, too. Recent pedals that you can just buy new go for 150% of the sales price on Reverb. Crazy times.
- 2nd order profiler 2.0: Profile the behavior of the equalizer and the gain structure of the amplifier. For example: Profile with all amp controls at 12:00. Then profile 8 more times with the gain at 9:00 and 3:00, the same with the bass, mid and treble. The algorithm creates a profile that emulates the behavior of the amp.
I guess is that what you are describing will be the next generation of modelling. Can't wait for it. However, I guess that is complicated to implement and may not be around soon.
Link of SPDIF volume to master volume is broken as long as RM is started. Once I close RM, the link works again (on my stage).
I have a different problem since I have updated:
I have both. Like the sound of both but I use the Kemper more often. I just have some profiles (Tone Junkie, M Britt and TAF) that just work for me.
QC has nice usability but is lacking in substance (editor, models, effects, plugins). So - at least for me - QC is more of a promise while Kemper is already there.
Hopefully just a small change: please open folders in the tree view on double click. Right now, double click does nothing.
The sound of a 1974 Marshall or VOX AC30 is still not "outdated" IMO.
I am not talking about the sound. I have no problem with that. On the contrary, I love the sound of the Kemper.
This. It's like comically bad. Frankly I don't think the editor is much better.
I don't know about Fractal user experience and ease of editing. But the Kemper UI (Stage, iPad app and MacOS RigManager) leaves much to be desired. The user experience - at least to me - is outdated and incomplete. Just my two cents.
I am highly interested and I am in fact on the waiting list (not located in the US, so I will have to wait).
It will not replace my Kemper Stage, though.
I would be down for a Kemper 2 without any doubt. Wouldn't even think very long about it.
Besides all those good suggestions you have made (and were made in other threads), I would wish that my existing profiles would continue to work unchanged. Backwards compatibility is very high on my wishlist for Kemper 2.
User experience wise RM needs some TLC for sure.