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Positive Grid BIAS 1.5 Update with 3 New Expansion Packs

Positive Grid BIAS 1.5 Update with 3 New Expansion Packs

Positive Grid BIAS expands the popular custom amp modeler with three new dedicated expansion packs: Glassy, Crunch and Insane.

Guitarists and bassists will now be able to add further customization to their BIAS preamp, power amp and cabinet modules by tone styles: from glassy clean tone, to classic British crunch, to insanely saturated distortion.  
BIAS includes 36 of the most sought-after vintage and modern amps in rock ‘n’ roll history as a starting point for user customization. Now, along with the new Glassy, Crunch and Insane packs, BIAS also includes a new easy-to-use 8-band EQ with the purchase of any pack, as well as a new BIAS store and better JamUp integration – another Positive Grid app consisting of several multi effect stomp boxes. As always, users can share it with other musicians on Positive Grid’s proprietary social network, ToneCloud.
 
Reaction From The Pros
Major recording and performing artists test drive BIAS with overall positive feedback about it’s endless amp customization capabilities.
 
“BIAS is an amazing amp creation app; being able to extensively modify any head ‘virtually’ and achieve these kinds of tones is incredible! Who would have ever thought you could turn your iPad into a monster guitar amp!” – Glen Drover, legendary former guitarist for Megadeth, King Diamond, and Testament.
 
“BIAS is the best option in quick studio and on tour recordings. It’s the best virtual amp you’ll find anywhere in this world and dimension.” – Charlie Parra, YouTube sensation with over 50 million views.
 
“BIAS is the best amp modeling app I have ever played. It’s really musical and I feel like I’m playing with a real tube amp.” – Jack Thammarat, fusion guitar virtuoso and 2009 Guitar Idol winner.
 
Pricing and Availability
Positive Grid BIAS retails for $19.99; new Glassy, Crunch and Insane Packs retail for $9.99 each. All are immediately available for download at the iTunes App Store. The app requires an iPad 2 or newer to operate.
 
For more details, visit www.postivegrid.com or follow the company via Twitter (@PositiveGrid) or Facebook, www.facebook.com/positivegrid.
 
About Positive Grid: Based in California, with satellite operations in Germany, Italy and Taiwan, Positive Grid focuses on delivering superior and highly creative mobile music experiences. Since 2008, the company has designed and developed a core technology base and is currently expanding it to various applications. Positive Grid’s best-known product range, featuring the JamUp multi-effects guitar app and interface, is now distributed in over 60 countries around the world.  

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