#2
You mean the profiling amp? The videos I've seen look fantastic.
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#3
Quote by Carl6661
You mean the profiling amp? The videos I've seen look fantastic.



Yea here is their site. This thing looks amazing, sounds just as real as the tube amp your profiling.

This is one of the more advanced items out there.


http://www.kemper-amps.com
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#4
I just looked that up.

So basically, you play your amp at it and it emulates the tone?
What?! There's a clean channel on my amp?!

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omfg i totally forgot about that, you sir are jesus christ.
#5
Quote by shikkaka
I just looked that up.

So basically, you play your amp at it and it emulates the tone?


Yeah basically. But I think you have to mic it, and id suggest a really high end mic.

But people are selling and trading patches, limitless posibilities.

Imagine recording your amp with 2 mics, or better yet a/b 2 amps and record those together.

BONER!!! This thing sounds real too check the slo clips
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#6
Quote by shikkaka
I just looked that up.

So basically, you play your amp at it and it emulates the tone?


Pretty much, yeah. You mic' up your amp, and then it puts aload of noise through the amp, and you can then refine it by playing chords and such through it. You can also tweak the sound once it's on there. Obviously, it wont sound the same as the amp being played in the room, because things always sound different when mic'ed up. I'm guessing you could probably connect the Kemper to the head with speaker cables, to get a profile of just the head, and then send it to a cab, or use an impulse response with it.
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