Romesh Dodangoda is a Producer & Mixer from the UK who's work includes recording the Grammy nominated album “Amo” by Bring Me The Horizon, as well as working with artists such as Motorhead, Funeral For A Friend, Twin Atlantic, Kids In Glass Houses, Sylosis, Holding Absence and so many more.
Following on the success of his first STL Kemper pack, this new collection of tones draws on a massive selection of vintage and rare amplifiers which are now made available for you to use with your Kemper unit. This pack has been created with great care and detail through Romesh’s choice of mics, preamps and processing that has best captured these tones from hours of experimenting in the studio.
Along with this, all the tones have been recorded through the Roger Mayer 456 Tape Process which Romesh swears by at the tracking stage for adding extra weight, punch and musical analog saturation to the sound of these amps. The combination of all of these things brings a unique, vintage library with a modern twist of sounds to the daw and gives you an exciting new library of amp tones which are ready for you to use on your recordings with no additional processing required. Simply plugin and start creating!PROFILE INFO SHEET
• Audio Device : In order to use this product, you need a Kemper Amplifier, which is a hardware unit. This cannot be used in conjunction with our Tonality Plug-In.
• Audio Processing : There is no post processing done in any of our videos or audio clips. These are the raw profile tones..
• Return Policy : Due to the nature of STL Tones products being non-tangible digital goods, it is not possible to ‘return’ any of our products, therefore we do not offer any refunds or exchanges after purchase is completed.
• Legal : All amp brands are trademarked by their respective owners and are in no way affiliated with STL Tones. You are purchasing a license to use these profiles for your own personal and/or professional use. These profiles are not for resale or any unlicensed distribution, free or compensated. The KPA Profiles simply seek to re-create the sound of the amplifiers listed and any use of the brand names is strictly for comparison and descriptive purposes.