Positive Grid Launches BIAS FX 2
Positive Grid has just released BIAS FX 2, which is the evolution of their BIAS FX amp and effects software. It’s been “completely re-engineered, with a higher-resolution DSP engine and hundreds of improvements,” says the company, adding that the result is more responsive and detailed guitar and bass tones.
Aside from the DSP engine, new features and updates include a guitar match emulator, new effects, a new user interface, redesigned ToneCloud access and access to over 50,000 user-generated presets. There’s also new looper and recorder functionality and a dual signal path with multiple splitters.
Get the scoop from this overview from Positive Grid:
Positive Grid’s BIAS FX 2 is available for Mac and Windows as a standalone app or as a plug-in a DAW. It comes in three different levels: BIAS FX 2 Standard is available for $99, with the Professional version available for $199. BIAS FX 2’s fully equipped Elite version is $299.
Positive Grid BIAS FX 2 New Features:
|Re-Engineered High-Resolution DSP Engine|
|Hyper-Realistic Guitar Match|
|A Studio’s Worth of New Effects|
|New Easy-To-Use User Interface|
|Access to over 50,000 User-Generated Presets via ToneCloud®, Plus 200 Onboard New Factory Presets|
|Redesigned ToneCloud® Access|
|New Looper/Recorder Functionality|
|Dual Signal Path With Multiple Splitters|