Guitar Preamp Kemper Profiling Amp PowerRack19 "version
The Kemper Profiler enables what generations of guitarists desire for years: the sound of any conceivable amplifier, available in an amp.
How does that work? First of all, with absolute cutting edge technology that can capture the sonic DNA of any guitar amp. The resulting profiles are as lively, impulsive and dynamic as the original amp.
The profile itself is quite simple. First, closing a Kemper at the input of the amp to be profiled, or at the beginning of the corresponding signal chain and let him work. The Kemper Profiler now sends different test signals into the amplifier and then draws on a speaker to be placed in front of the microphone. The type of this microphone also plays a role. The guitar is not being used not here. After less than a minute the white modest Kemper and presents the resulting profile. Now you can through the A / B comparison mode (and of course, this time with the guitar) compare the profile directly to the original sound of the amp and, if necessary, to create final hand to tease out last nuances.
The resulting options are naturally gorgeous. The gain control of the Kemper is kept neutral, so as the sound of a gaping to collar Full stacks reproducible even at neighborhood volume is. The built-in effects section also contributes to individual fine tuning, such as up to four virtual upstream stomp. Obviously, you can not with parameters, such as, for example, change the Power Sagging
the saturation behavior and, and, and ...
- Technology: Modelling
- Effects: Effects Processer
- MIDI: yes
- Recording Out: yes
Kemper Profiling Amp
- Including Power option, 600W Class D
The Kemper Profiling technology represents a quantum leap in the reproduction of authentic effect/amp/speaker and microphone sounds.
With a conventional modeling technic a specific Amp Speaker combination is simulated, the profiling technic however offers its own or desired setup consisting of effect pedals, amps, speakers or microphones to be transfered to the Kemper Profiling Amp. Here all dynamic and tonal nuances are analyzed over 1:1 and the chosen sound the current sound is so to say cloned.