It can be cool.. as it's not like the kemper profiles must sound bad or anything.. but using kemper for a long time, I know what to expect from the unit in regards to the "TS" character.Question for you all.
I imagine most vendors that sell Kemper profiles will run the QC capture process on the actual profile as they don't still have the amps.
What are your thoughts on this vs captures of real amps?
Just about the first thing I'll test with the cortex is if it suffers from the same deficiencies capturing my amps... And assuming the cortex is more accurate than kemper for a given tone, I'll surely prefer captures of the "real" tones, not kemper versions.
But there are certain profiles I've made for myself that I'll capture with the cortex too. Not for sale, just profiles made with currently unavailable gear, profiles that do sound great for me.
Yet even if cortex isn't more accurate than kemper, depending on scenario, targeting the real source tones may be more desirable for many people, I'd assume...
.. Never mind you may have cases of cortex accurately replicating kemper innacuracies, then adding its own!.. If the unit isn't accurate enough, of course. In such a scenario, I'd also prefer targeting the original source tones rather than kemper profiles, not be layering unit-specific innacuracies on top of each other.