It would be great to "profile" the noise in the actual environment you'll be playing with the guitar/guitars you'll be using, and use that profile for setting a multiband noise gate/signal cleanup. It would open up a lot of non singlecoilable hi gain gigs for me at least
This would already load a certain rig in the new performance though wouldn't it? Or is there any way to just preload the performance with program change instead of control change? Because I'd rather keep the last used rig from the previous performance until the very first hit in the new performance
Ah yes. I select the rig in the performance and use that program change. So one of them are selected, that's correct.
I've never experimented with preload as you use it, but i can give it a try and see if I have the same problem
I use program change for the first selection of the performance. Then the CC's to switch rigs within the performance. Works well for me.
Very, very slow from Sweden as well. Sometimes timeout....
Also Rig manager has the same problem.
When using Chrome, i can see bottom left "Waiting for analytics.tiktok.com" If that might be a clue....
I was able to finish the circuit on a perf-board. After some measurements, I found the following settings on the KPA getting the sound quite right:
FL 173.2050808 F0 190.4785084 FH 209.4745836 Q 5.251754045 FL 779.4951102 F0 1155.313357 FH 1691.398703 Q 1.266924887
The resulting KPA settings are:
Manual Peak Pedal Range Peak Range 2.168329917 6.323776225 34.15927836 -38 (change this to -41 to get more funk)
Wow! Nice work! Thanks!
Hear hear. Automation heaven!
96khz is absolutely useless for a piece of equipment like the kemper. There is NO useable guitar info at the nyquist frequency (48khz).
Heck there’s very few times you’d even want to hear any guitar above 10khz let alone the nyquist for 44,1 (meaning 22khz) I have a high cut at 7khz on my kemper.
There is so much more those cpu cycles could be used for, than producing white noise for dogs.
In digital audio the kHz stamp is describing hos fast the cycle updates, not the frequencies included in the audio content.
So together with the bitrate it's setting the granulation of the audio. Higher resolution just means your audio is smoother, closer to analog audio if you will.
I wonder, in the USB-audio update...if there will also be midi over USB to control the Kemper/program automations, and/or access to the MIDI in/out on. the Kemper. I really hope so at least!
Please do not forget to implement a "live gig detector / musical is just running detector" before forced shutdown kicks in
Just saying... because my Windows perfectly reboots exactly when it's the most delicate moment...
How cool is that? Another reason to fly less
If you have 49 days between soundcheck and the show, you need to change something else
Also looking forward to this. And i wonder myself to death if it will be class compliant to run with OSX and iOS without drivers, and if MIDI in/out via the unit is included!
Extra stereo aux-input on loop return 3-4 on kemper stage would be nice. For blending in more signals in your headphones or monitor out.
On my Mac with OS 10.12.6 Rig manager 3.0.100 shows me a startup error message "Cannot log into Rig exchange...."
It's been this way since version 3 and above (i ran all the betas before the elevated versions)
My user name and password works fine on the website, and they work fine on my windows 10-machine running rig manager of the same version.
I have tried changing the password.
Allowing for the Fletcher Munson Curve:
All you need is 4 bands of EQ. This can be internal to the Kemper or an external Pedal.
Build Patch without any EQ that sound good at low volume:
When You Go Loud Apply the EQ as Follows:
1 = 150 HZ - 12.8db
2 = 3.95 kHz + 3.6db
3 = 8.0 kHz - 7.7db
4 = 9.3 kHz - 12.6db
The Other Way is to Build the Patches that sound good at low volume with EQ ON:
Build Patch with this EQ on:
1 = 150 hz + 12.8db
2 = 3.95 kHz - 3.6db
3 = 8.0 kHz + 7.7db
4 = 9.3 kHz + 12.6db
Then when you play Loud Just Turn The EQ OFF!!! and you're at least close enough for Rock N Roll
Hope this helps. This was a tip given to me a long time ago back in my Line 6 days, but it always works when going from bedroom volume to gig volume.
I am pretty sure this should work even with Axe-FX, Kemper as well
Really basic issue for me. Running latest RM and OS on a mac mini 10.12.
Everything loads up fine and I can select diferent stomps etc in the signal flow. All good until.... I can't move any of the knobs on the user interface. When I click on one, the mouse pointer disappears but no amount of moving the mouse has any effect on the position of the knob.
If I physically turn the knob on the Kemper itself, the knob shown in the user interface moves with it but I can't move it via the mouse.
Anyone seen anything like this?
On a more general note, is there an official location to provide Beta release feedback?
i have the same issue. Try the scroll wheel on your mouse. Works for me
Where the hell did i put that razor...?
Betting time again. I bet tuesday the 10:th of dec (2019) around 2pm local Kemperville-time!
Is there any information about the features of that Rig Manager 3.0?
- manage my cabs independent of the profiles
- assign nice pictures to the parts of the whole rig (and maybe also share it?)
- mass-edit profiles
- create set lists
- have a nice visual editor for the remote
Nope. There's no info about the functionality yet.
Editor playoff beard progress.... Slowly turning into Gandalf over here.
Sounds good G String! Thanks for the update!