Positive Grid developing Pro Series plugins
Positive Grid is preparing a series of studio-oriented plugins and offers opportunities to be part of its beta testing team.
Following the brand's Bias guitar plugins, Positive Grid plans to release plugin versions of different studio processors, including EQs, compressors, reverbs, tape simulations, tube preamps and more. The new plugins (which the developers promise as "better, smarter, and more efficient") will be based on the same profiling analysis and advanced nonlinear processing techniques that Bias is based on and take advantage of a cloud-based worldwide community.
As the project is still in its early stages, Positive Grid invites "visionaries and power users" to join their Explorer Program for beta testing through an open Facebook group and forum discussions. If you think you match that profile (or want to give it a try anyway) and feel like joining, you can sign up on the following page: www.positivegrid.com/pro-series/.
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