The Positive Grid Bias app for iPad is out
We did not have to wait too long after the teasers to finally discover Bias, the new amp modeling app for iPad developed by Positive Grid.
Bias recreates 36 legendary vintage and modern guitar and bass amps that made the history of rock music. The icing on the cake is that every element of each amp can be customized (valves, preamp, transformers, tone stack, cab, microphone, bias, finish…) to be used in your rock, jazz, blues, metal compositions, and even with an electric acoustic guitar.
Bias also includes a noise gate, a room simulator and you can save up to 8 setups as presets for quick recall.
Plus, Bias can be opened in the JampUp XT and Pro XT apps in order to add effects. To do so, just touch the Jamup icon in Bias and it will open your current setup in the multi-effect processor and use up to 16 effect rack and stompbox modelings (JamUp Pro XT), including distortions, compressor, tape delay, tremolo and spring reverb ; JamUp also offers an 8-track recorder, a sampler, a tuner and an metronome.
Bias is designed to be used on iOS 7 (iPad 2 and newer) and supports the inter-app audio and Audiobus. The app is available on the AppStore for 17.99€ / $19.99.
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