Kemper sound clip - Gainy Rhythm

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  1. Audioholic

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    Hey there

    here is a work in progress, but I figured i would post it before I muddy it up with other sounds and what not, so you can hear the pure Kemper guitars on rythm. I also ran the Bass guitar through Kemper. Super cool, cause I loaded up a bassman patch for some dirt. and took the stereo out AND at the same time was able to take the monitor out which was the clean bass, so I could mix them up together a bit...

    The guitars are double tracked, one with a user patch, one with the stock Mesa Boogie king 4 patch..

    On a personal note, I am very happy with how easy it was to get this sound, which I personally like

    http://www.energiestudios.com/Files/EP - Relay.mp3
     
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  2. jeff5x0

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    Super cool! Sounds great. What was the user patch you used?
     
  3. Audioholic

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    I used tills raw recto 3 I think and then double tracked it with the stock Mesa king 4 Thanks. Tills (or whatever his full name is) patches are amazing
     
  4. Gigbag

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    Great stuff. I like your music and the tones.
     
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    Really great. One way I think you can tell a great modeler from a good modeler is in the resonence you get after you play a power chord or palm mute. You almost feel it shaking the cab. I totally hear a convincing resonence in this clip. Sounds great and I would never be able to tell it isn't a real amp.
     
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    Yeah the Kemper really can replicate what it hears. I profiled my amp loud with the speakers thumping and woofing a bit and captured it quite well. Such a cool
    Unit
     
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    sounded fantastic and nice playing as well
     
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    Sounds really good! The Kemper is very cool indeed.
     
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    Sounds great, this is better than what some people get with a real amp and good recording gear.
     
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    Sounds great, and has a cool kind of early-Fear Factory vibe... Nice!
     
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    Yup, sounds great.
     
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