The Amp Match added to the Bias and JamUp apps
Positive Grid has released two updates for its Bias and JamUp iOS apps in order to add support for the Amp Match feature.
Thanks to these updates, users of the Bias and JamUp apps on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad can now download Amp Match amplifier profiles from the ToneCloud.
The Amp Match is a Bias Pro exclusive feature that allows for creating tube amp models from a miked amp or an audio track. Hundreds of profiles are currently available, some of which were designed by artists such as Mark Holcomb, Ola Englund, Rusty Cooley and many more.
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