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Mike Levine

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1 Posted on 08/14/2015 at 14:28:05
Amps and Effects on the Grid
The competition in the amp and effects modeling market is fierce, and there is no shortage of excellent products. Positive Grid, which established itself on the iOS side with JamUp and JamUp Pro, and then moved into the desktop world with Bias Desktop, now has released Bias FX, an amp and effects modeling application that runs on both Mac/PC and iOS, and is mostly the same on both.

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2 Posted on 06/12/2020 at 20:31:32
The Link to the list of all BIAS Amps and Effects goes to a page that says "You're not authorized to access this page" when "click here" is clicked on.

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