KEMPER: primeras impresiones

#3301 por devico el 16/01/2016
Gracias por la demo wahwahman! La verdad es que estamos muy contentos con como nos han quedado, es todo un placer escucharlos de tu mano !!!!

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#3302 por MushuSax el 16/01/2016
Como es la web de el profile de Manu?
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#3303 por Wahwahman el 16/01/2016

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#3304 por arseneonly el 16/01/2016
Wahwahman te has cambiado de nick? jajaja esa imagen es inconfundible!

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#3305 por Wahwahman el 16/01/2016
#3304 Ja ja ja! Hace un tiempo, para que coincida con el que tengo en otros sitios.

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#3306 por arseneonly el 16/01/2016
#3305 jajaja!! que crack eres!

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#3307 por JAM COMPOSER el 18/01/2016
Hola

Alguien ha probado este pedal de expresion?

http://www.thomann.de/es/mission_engineering.html?

JAM

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#3308 por arseneonly el 18/01/2016
#3307 Lo tengo y solo te digo que estoy por comprar el 2

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#3309 por zhuravlik el 21/01/2016
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Press Information – for immediate release


Kemper Introduce Seamless ToneTravelling with the new Profiler OS 4.0
New morphing feature allows for breathtaking transitions between even the most extreme sounds.


Videos available:
Hear the morphing in action: https://youtu.be/LBmy2MzZpnE
Morphing engaged with an expression pedal: https://youtu.be/r_sV-Z117UE
Morphing engaged with the Profiler Remote: https://youtu.be/6DSHI4uj2H4

Kemper GmbH/ Ruhr Area, Germany, January 21st, 2016 (ictw) – At NAMM 2016 in Hall A, booth #6100 Kemper demonstrates the new morphing feature which becomes available for all owners of the acclaimed Kemper Profiler in OS Version 4.0.
The Kemper Profiler Morphing is the most easy to set up on the market and makes it possible for guitar players to seamlessly morph between the even most extreme tonal settings. The setup of more than a dozen parameter morphs only takes a few seconds and doesn't require handling complicated lists or midi controllers. It is not even necessary to watch the display at all.

Either engaged automatically by just hitting a switch on the Profiler Remote or dynamically by using an expression pedal, all continuous parameters can be changed smoothly to take the tone from ultra dry clean rhythm to utmost distorted, FX soaked lead tones.

For breathtaking performances in the studio or live on stage morphing basically makes the typical “pedal board tap dance” a thing of the past. It doesn’t matter if morphing is “just” utilized to add a “more” mode to a current rig or for drastic changes that take the tone from 50’s classic tweed crunch to 2016 ultra boutique metal squeal - All this of course with control over the full arsenal of the Kemper Profiler’s FX.

Rule them all
Morphing allows for addressing all the continuous parameters in the currently selected Rig like Gain, EQ, FX Levels, Amp parameters, Tone, Mix, Feedback, etc. The fact that the unique Preamp Definition Parameter of the current Rig is also supported by morphing means that the basic tonal character of the amp sound can be taken from vintage dark with raunchy distortion to ultra pre shaped boutique metal chunk.

Easy Set up
Operation is simple and absolutely unique especially in the “guitarist’s world”. If used with an expression pedal the guitarist only needs to assign the pedal to “morphing”. Then he sets his basic parameters while the pedal is in the heel position. Then moving the pedal to the toe position the maximum parameters are ready to be set. That’s it, as easy as it gets. Now the player can seamlessly adjust the tone from min to max within the pedal’s range. All morph settings are stored per rig individually.

In use with the Kemper Profiler Remote.
The Profiler OS 4.0 unlocks now the second level for each Rig with the Kemper Remote. Once the parameters are set for the second level, the upper LED for each slot lights up. Now either by switching or holding the current Rig switch (momentary or latch mode supported) the sound is morphed from the basic setting to the upper level setting. Releasing the switch after holding it initially or hitting the switch again takes the sound back to its original state. The ramp up and fallback time from basic to max can be freely adjusted in the Rig menu individually for each Rig or synched to the current tempo in musical time signatures like 2 bars for ramp up and 1 bar for fallback for example.

The Kemper Profiler OS 4.0 will be available as a free download some time in February 2016

About The Profiler
The Kemper Profiling Amplifier represents a radical new approach to guitar sound. For decades, the electric guitarist has effectively been shackled to the tube amplifier as the only solution for getting “that sound”. This combination may indeed be glorious, but it is far from ideal; achieving consistent results between practice, studio, and touring situations continues to challenge the guitarist, just as it has since the early 1930's. With the advent of the Kemper Profiling Amplifier, everything has changed. For the first time in history, guitar players are free to create the most unique and individual tones that reflect the very essence of the individual player, and then capture these exact sounds into the digital domain with Kemper's unique technology. http://www.kemper-amps.com

Si con todo lo que tienes no eres feliz, con todo lo que te falta tampoco

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#3311 por Wahwahman el 21/01/2016
Así, sin hacer la digestión, no lo encuentro muy útil. Si quiero cambiar de una a otra directamente, pues dos rigs distintos y a correr. No veo muy claro que necesite los puntos intermedios.

Tengo que pensar con cariño que aplicaciones podría encontrarle al tema...

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#3312 por ericdezamusik el 21/01/2016
Wahwahman pues yo estaba pensando justo lo contrario... que así ya no tengo que gastar bancos de presets para un mismo amp con un poco más de gain o delay o lo que sea... lo asigno al pedal de expresión y listo.
Y para directo lo veo genial para que las transiciones de un sonido a otro no sean demasiado bruscas y puedas hacerlo gradualmente.

Aunque quien sabe, a lo mejor al final no lo utilizo para nada jeje

http://www.youtube.com/user/EricDezaMusik?feature=watch

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