Positive Grid BIAS Amp Match Now Available on iOS

PRESS RELEASE: Positive Grid (www.positivegrid.com) today announced the addition of Amp Match™ download support for its JamUp and BIAS Mobile guitar amp and effects processors for iOS devices as a free update. With Amp Match support, mobile users will now be able to download any amp match profiles available from  ToneCloud, Positive Grid’s amp-sharing platform. While JamUp and BIAS Mobile users now will have no limitation to download any amp match models, the amp match process will remain exclusive to BIAS Professional only.
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Positive Grid BIAS FX Explorer Program

pedalboard-2PRESS RELEASE: Positive Grid (www.positivegrid.com) announces the BIAS FX Explorer Program to invite experienced and talented individuals to shape the upcoming BIAS FX project and give early feedback prior to the product’s release. BIAS FX provides musicians with thousands of ultra-high definition multi-effects and pedalboard combinations instantly downloadable from ToneCloud®, the company’s proprietary amp and effects sharing platform. It also features dual amps, dual signal chain, BIAS amps integration, Inter App Audio host, and a highly intuitive graphical interface. To sign up, please visit http://www.positivegrid.com/bias-fx/

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BIAS Desktop Gets Amp Match Presets

PRESS RELEASE: Now some of the best and most requested artists amp tones are available as a free download for all BIAS Desktop users. Positive Grid (www.positivegrid.com) updated today the recently launched guitar amp plug-in with amp matched presets personally created and engineered by artists such as Mark Holcomb from Periphery, Ola Englund, Rusty Cooley, and other professional recording artists. All these presets we created using the same amp, cab, and mic configuration as they use in the studio for album recordings. Read More …

Positive Grid BIAS Desktop Amp Matching Modeler

For the last couple of months I’ve been messing around with Positive Grid’s BIAS Desktop Amp Matching Modeller and I’m utterly blown away. It’s fast, it’s responsive, it’s punchy, it’s flexible, and it sits in a mix incredibly well. I’ll post my review shortly by in the meantime here’s the press release.

San Diego, CA (Oct 21, 2014) (ictw) — Positive Grid (www.positivegrid.com) proudly announces the launch of BIAS Desktop, a groundbreaking guitar amp modeler with Amp Matching™ technology that offers an entirely new concept of putting any tube amplifier tone and feel into a plug-in (AAX/RTAS/AU/VST) for Mac and PC. BIAS Desktop features the most accurate, thorough and versatile guitar-amp modeler and designer engine, and it can accurately capture the tone of any tube amplifier, users can then share or download amp models from BIAS’s built-in ToneCloud® amp-sharing platform. Read More …

Positive Grid Announces BIAS Desktop!

Wow! The folks at Positive Grid have done it again, and HOW! They’ve just announced BIAS Desktop, for those of us who utterly love their BIAS app but wish they could use it with their recording software. And they’ve nailed exactly what I was hoping these guys would do: amp matching. Not only will BIAS Desktop let you create killer tones of its own accord, it can also listen to a real or recorded amp and create a digital replica of its tone. BIAS Desktop is planned for a Q3 launch, and you can sign up to be one of the pre-release testers. Info below in the press release.

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Positive Grid Launches New JamUp Multi Effects Guitar App

Positive Grid (http://www.positivegrid.com) updates its flagship guitar and bass multi-effects app JamUp with major new features. New JamUp includes three new Expansion Packs: Vintage Effects, Acoustic Pro, and Gurus Amps®, built-in BIAS integration with free factory amp, new designed graphic interface, comprehensive preset manager, and new JamUp Store. New JamUp represents the best solution for the mobile musicians. In conjunction with a high quality guitar interface for iOS the iPad or iPhone, it delivers anything a guitar or bass player could dream of in terms of an incredible selection of amp tones, effects and programmability for any situations: rehearsing at home, backstage, recording and live performance. Read More …

Positive Grid Amp Creation Competition

Custom-Amp-CompetitionPRESS RELEASE: Positive Grid announces the first amp creation competition as a celebration of their over 1 million ToneCloud views for its BIAS amp designer app for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Simply by submitting a short video demoing your custom BIAS amp between March 18 and April 18 you can win an iPad Air + $25 iTunes Cards! Just:

1. Create and share your custom amp patch on BIAS ToneCloud

2. Create a YouTube video about your BIAS amp, with “BIAS Custom Amp Competition” as part of the title.

3. Submit the link at http://www.positivegrid.com/contest

Positive Grid team will select the best tones and will pick one winner for the iPad Air and four winners for the iTunes Gift Cards. Winners will be announced on April 23 on Positive Grid’s Facebook wall.  Read More …

Mark Holcomb Rocking BIAS And JamUp

Screen_Shot_2014_03_11_at_11.30.42_AMb6acfeCheck out this killer video of Periphery’s Mark Holcomb jamming through some riffs using a custom amp in Positive Grid’s BIAS app and running through several features in JamUp. The song list is “Pale Aura,” an untitled demo which may or may not be used for Periphery, and “Immaterial.” “Since I keep my Fractal AxeFx-II racked up in our touring rig when we’re at home, my home jamming rig has been condensed to just an iPad and a powered cab,” Mark says. “Not only are the tones as good as any other piece of gear I own but the portability of having both Positive Grid apps on iOS makes it ideal for travel.”

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