I’m new here. Greetings to everyone!
As I am very seriously considering purchasing a Quad Cortex DSP, I have a few questions.
- Is anybody from the producer here saying? Or maybe all the statements here go into space and generally mean nothing?
- Is there anything besides a very good interface and better profiling than Kemper that could make you buy?
- Is the distance between the buttons enough to operate them on the stage?
Question 2 results from the fact that this is how I read your statements and I do not see optimism. From hardware problems (noise), to software (a small number of factory effects / amps), to hopeless upgrade support that simply does not exist.
I keep hearing: soon, you have been waiting for Looper for 2 years. This means that either one person takes care of the whole thing, or there is no real physical ability to implement it. Both cases disqualify the device for so much money.
When viewed from the outside, the DSP QC has many advantages: size, weight, number of buttons, display, interface. But there are also disadvantages. I don’t know about the sound yet, but if some people profile the sound from FM3, it’s probably not great.
I would like to point out that I had AX FX3 and FM3. The first is too big to take with you, and the second is too inefficient. In terms of sound, both of them are a revelation, although the cost of long work on presets due to the number of pauses for FM9 in Europe discourages me. That’s why I looked towards DSP QC.