They indeed sound good I hear a slight difference in eq in a couple of samples but the spirit seems well represented!Sounds damn accurate to me!!
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This makes me realize how good the Kemper sounds. If you can’t be satisfied with those tones I don’t know what to tell you.
Thanks for your feedback.
As some of you mentioned, the Full OC is not part of the Kemper Drive, because it does not belong to the family of overdrives, but to the family of distortions. So are all the other distortion models, except the Green Scream and the Fuzz DS.
It is a bit disturbing that the the guitar world in the past decades failed to tell the musicians which devices are overdrives and which are distortions, and to find a clear distinction.
Same with the story of the choice of clipping diodes and their symmetrical or assymmetrical configuration. It sounds like nice marketing to promote different diode choice or topology. Some overdrive pedals even allow to change the setting with switches on the fly. Those differences can be well analyzed analytically, by using sine as a test tone. But once you play guitar, the only change is the headroom, perceived as a significant change in Drive and Volume. Once you re-adjust Drive and Volume, the sound is the same again, no perceivable difference.
You might not find a single person on the internet, who shows the true sonic differences of diode configurations in ODs, while keeping all surrounding aspects neutral.
We could have added an additional switch or selector for these aspects, if they were significant.
We are here in a beta test, so we would be happy to be proven wrong ...
The difference [between a distortion and an overdrive pedal] is simply, that on overdrive pedals only, a good portion of the clean signal (undistorted, uncompressed) is mixed to the distorted signal, preserving some uncompressed playing dynamics in parallel to the distortion.
Why wait and miss out on all the fun? I suppose you’re not gigging, so...Does anyone know how long it's likely to be until this comes out of beta? While I'm tempted to try it now, I'd rather wait until I know it's a stable release.
By definition, sw is raised to release status when no relevant bugs are reported any longer. This is not something you can planDoes anyone know how long it's likely to be until this comes out of beta? While I'm tempted to try it now, I'd rather wait until I know it's a stable release.
Yes, I know, but I imagine with other Kemper beta releases there would be an average time someone might know. It's easy enough to google and discover it's 15.4 days for Apple, for example.By definition, sw is raised to release status when no relevant bugs are reported any longer. This is not something you can plan
IME this is not the case for Kemper, I've seen everything in the years... even two days or two monthsYes, I know, but I imagine with other Kemper beta releases there would be an average time someone might know. It's easy enough to google and discover it's 15.4 days for Apple, for example.