Yup, people are too hung up on recreating rather than creating. They scrutinize audio clips and say "the model has a little less bass than the real amp". So turn the bass up.
See, I'm all about this! The Axe has phenomenal models in it that are accurate to their physical counterparts... I truly believe that. IF there's a way to have a Fractal device to profile our own amps, that would be a massive game changer. The only amps I kept are ones that aren't available in the Axe, and I recently bought my first tube amp in six years. I've had my eye on a Mesa DC-5 Dual Caliber and found a guy that had two of them. He was kind enough to let me take both of them back to my studio and choose which one I wanted. They are COMPLETELY different. One has a lead channel like a fire-breathing dragon and a very Fendery clean channel. The other one has half the amount of gain on the lead channel and the clean channel is spitty and harsh. It just goes to show how different amps of the same type can be, so being able to profile the amps we love would be incredible. This thread is making me happy and I can't wait to see what's in store for Fractal.I'm not into profiling, hence why I went with axe III over the Kemper. Although, a soul steal would be cool for those looking to clone their exact amp. Something like running your amps signal through the axe fx III, choose the closest model similar to tone marching. Then, it automatically adjusts the advanced parameters so your Marshall's values are now in the Axe's Marshall. That would shut up all the "it doesn't sound exactly the same as the one in my basement" people.
This looks like it is more related to the MIMIC that was implemented in the AxeFx II.