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There are 3 types of profiles.So the Kemper profile has a built in IR of the cab you used? I always thought You could use a Kemper profile as an amp run into a guitar cab. Is that like another technique taking the signal from a load box or something?
Great explanation!There are 3 types of profiles.
Studio: Profiles the entire rig (preamp, power amp, and cabinet via one or more microphones )
Direct: Profiles the Pre and power amps, but not the cabinet, via a DI box.
Merged: This is made by using a direct profile, and matching it to a studio profile on the Kemper.
Studio profiles are usually used for recording, studio monitors and FRFRs. They can also be used with a cabinet, by turning off the cabinet in the profile.
DI profiles are mainly used for guitar cabinets, IR Loaders, etc.
Merged profiles are like studio profiles, but the cabinet separation is better represented, because the Kemper can see the Studio profile and the DI profile. The difference between the two gives an accurate representation of the cabinet. Studio profile make a estimation of what part is the cabinet. So, in theory, the merged should give better results when turning off the cabinet section in the completed profile.