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      Metal VSTi Guitars Comparison

      4 Metal VSTi Guitars Comparison

      • Shreddage 3 Hydra
      • RealEight 4
      • Ample Metal Hellrazer III
      • Odin II

      0:00 Intro
      0:04 Full mix comparison
      1:56 Guitar only comparison
      3:03 BONUS - Full mix all guitar together

      Music by Develop Device
      Mixed & mastered by Develop Device

      The same Fortin Cali Suite preset is used on all guitars.

      How to import WAV Cabinet IRs to your Kemper Profiler

      Many of you are asking me how to import my WAV Cabinet IRs into Kemper Profiler.

      It's straightforward. The only condition is to use the current firmware in conjunction with Rig Manager 3.

      1. Open the folder with WAV IRs, select all, and drag & drop to the Rig Manager 3 folder you created in advance.
      2. Inside the folder, you see the imported WAV IRs.
      3. Select any IR and drag & drop to the "Cabinet" icon.

      All my WAV Cabinet IRs are tested and compatible with all Kemper units.

      How to import WAV IRs to your Kemper Profiler

      Easier installation and use of presets for Superior Drummer 3

      Dear customers, 


      You have written many questions about installing presets in the Superior Drummer 3 that you bought from me. Since priority number one is to make everything simple and easy to use, I've converted all presets (as files) to SD3P projects.

      What does it mean? 

      You do not have to copy anything, find the right folder on the disk, or open the appropriate SDX/EZX. Now open the SD3P project, and everything is ready for immediate use. 

      It does not matter whether you are using macOS or Windows. The procedure is the same (and equally simple) for both platforms.

      Save user preset (optional):

      If you want to see your presets in the 'User Presets' menu, follow these steps (see screenshot).

      1. Open your SD3P project, as described above.

      2. Open the 'Drums and Mixer Presets' menu at the top right and select 'Save As ...'.

      3. Name the preset and click 'Save'.

      4. Open the 'Drums and Mixer Presets' menu again and click 'Rescan User Presets'.

      5. Open the 'User Presets' menu where you can see your presets!


      I'm still improving the experience of using my products. I hope you enjoyed this update.


      Have a beautiful day, and happy mixing! :)