Originally Posted by Sofa King
Can you please explain this process in a bit more detail, Im not following.
Looking to learn as much as I can.
Thanks for your time!
My set up for this is guitar->interface->(spdif)Kemper and then the standard kemper->amp->mic->kemper (although i have a preamp on the mic).
So what you then do is make your profile, if the first one is sounding whack just pick the "start new profile" option and make a second one, that usually sorts out any initial problems, refine it as much as you need, then in your DAW software of choice record guitar in (dry) track, and if you want also the kemper SPDIF return track.
Now the neat thing about the KPA is that it can also be used to re-amp, so all you do is press the a/b switches on the KPA to pick what source you want to use to record, in the DAW send the dry guitar track to the spdif out, and then record the return, repeat the process with the other output selected on the KPA (amp or KPA) and then you can play back both in the DAW and hear the difference directly between what the KPA sounds like and what the real amp sounds like as recorded using that signal chain.
Doing things that way means that you can focus on the feel and tone separately, the feel should get there from standard refining, but the tone, the eq should match up on the recorded tracks, and it's much easier to hear side by side without also hearing the guitar amp playing in the background and covering up the differences.
Anyhow, hope that helps.