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Need some help with Kemper Setup



Hey everyone,


after trying to get the RS Latency down and down, i came to the conclusion it just won't work.


So, i'm looking to replace the ingame guitar sound completely. How would you go about doing so? I figured, RS still needs the unprocessed Guitar Input for Recognition through the Realtone Cable. I then turn the Guitars volume down to zero.

I now need to rout the PC's Audio out to the Headphones while mixing in my External Guitar Sound. I'd like to use my Kemper for sounds. My plan:


Guitar -> Kemper Input

Kemper Direct Out -> Realtone Cable

PC Audio Out -> Kemper Aux In


Has anyone tested such a solution? Any Input on how to get this to work with as low a Latency as possible?

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My two cents would be :


- Try to send the sound before any treatments to RS, so before the Kemper. The Kemper direct output is probably a post line out with speaker emulator, so you'll have it all (from distortion, efx to amp+speaker profiles).

- latencies will still depend the audio interface you are using, which will be RS realtone cable for input, and internal chipset of your computer for the output. But it won't matter, your guitar sound will be not be affected as it will not pass through the computer. Latency will be the one you get using your amp (virtually none), and matters less for note recognition alone.

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