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Discussion in 'Backline' started by Ola Englund, Feb 7, 2012.
Axe fx? POD XT? OMG WHAT IS IT DJAB?!?!?
(for those who didn't click the link : it looks like Jason Suecof is currently using the Kemper for tracking/monitoring during the new The Contortionist' album sessions)
And that's anotehr great idea of use for the KPA: you hire an expensive studio one or two days to set a great guitar sound and start recording. when the time's up, profile the rig and continue to record at home. Send files to producer for mix. Tadaa! $//£ saved!
I wonder if people will start charging for profiles in the future.. hopefully not, but since these are not just presets we are talking about, but a snapshot of people's actual (most of the time) expensive gear, i can see it happen. :/
If the profiles do end up being useful in finished professional productions, I don't see why not. They would be about as useful as actual reamping is now... even more so, because they can be recalled indefinitely.
Truthfully I'd see nothing wrong with charging for high quality profiles.
It would be no suprise, i agree.. just afraid that shit profiles will be charged for as well and we get a free market where there is no quality check.
Then again, you could upload clips beforehand.. but that would be recorded with other players, strings, picks and pickups, and guitars.. haha, i love how kemper got up with this idea and i have no idea where to place it yet.
If I can get final product worthy tones, that I can do at night without destroying what little relationship i have left with my neighbours, i'd very happily pay for quality profiles.
if reasonably priced professional profiles become available, i would consider getting one again in the future.
I hope people DO start selling patches.
Free market is a quality check.
Buncha Ralph Naders.....
I honestly don't see a difference between selling drums samples and selling kemper profiles.
That's a good way of looking at it.
yeah if someone has diamond nitrox profiles i am gladly willing to pay for that
pm if you got em ... i'll pay
yeah, good point.
That being said, TAKE MY MONEES ALREADY LASSE, BRETT and the rest of you people with awesome amps!
btw, does the kemper do bass amp profiles as well for bass guitars?
Yep, some on the Kemper site now. Not many.
I made a profile of my TH2 setting last night lol. Don't ask why, but I did.
just found this on the kemper forum:
i wonder if he's serious about the profile
here's the link: http://www.kemper-amps.com/forum/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=3798&pageNo=1
I think it's pretty interesting that Jason Suecof and Andy are both using the Kemper right now.
Also, when did Eyal Levi start working at Audio Hammer Studios? That's pretty awesome for him. Maybe that's why Emil Werstler is playing in Chimaira now. Eyal is giving up touring/recording to start producing?
Audio Hammer is only about 2 hours from me. I wonder if I could manage to contact Jason if he would allow me to visit for a day and sit in and watch The Contortionist tracking to check out the Kemper... Would be very cool to see/hear it in action and report back here...
Interesting read , the kpa will flourish in this environment . Any studio that gets multiple amps coming through the door I can imagine being quite excited .
hey, can anybody give me some information about the amps that come already profiled with the kemper? are there good tones available without having to profile rigs first?
found it, for anybody who might be interested in knowing:
KEMPER factory profiles are based on the following amplifiers:
65 Amps London
Ampeg Reverbrocket 2
BadCat Tone Cat
Custom Audio Electronics OD-100
Egnater Rebel 20
Engl Ritchie Blackmore Signature
Fender 65 Deluxe Reverb
Fender 65 Princeton
Fender Bassman 50
Fender Bassman Blackface
Fender Twin Reverb
Fender Vibro Champ
Fuchs ODS 30
Groove Tubes Soul-o 75
Kitty Hawk Eagle Series 2002
Lee Jackson XLS-1000
Marshall JMP 1974
Marshall JCM 25/50
Marshall JCM 800
Marshall JCM 2000
Marshall JTM 45
Marshall Super Bass 100
Marshall TLS 60
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
Mesa Boogie Mark IV
Mesa Boogie Roadking
One Stone Ludwig
Orange Rockerverb 50
Silvertone Twin Twelve 1484
Soldano Hot Rod 50 Plus
Traynor Custom Valve 40
Valve Train 416
Vox AC 30
KEMPER factory profiles are based on the following cabinets:
65 Amps London 2*12 w/ Alnico Blue
Avatar 2*12 w/ Celestion Alnico Blue
Avatar 2*12 w/ Celestion Vintage 30's
Fuchs 1*12 w/ Celestion Anniversary 65‘s
Fuchs 1*12 w/ Celestion G12-T
Generic 2*12 w/ Celestion G12-T 75s
Marshall 4*12 w/ Celestion Vintage 30s
Matchless 2*12 w/ Celestion G12-H 25s
Mesa Boogie 4*12 w/ Black Shadows
Orange PPC 412C 4*12 w/ Celestion Vintage 30s
Silvertone 2*12 w/Jensens
Steavens Poundcake 4*12
Valve Train 2*12 w/ Eminence Wizards