Positive Grid – BIAS AMP 2 v2.2.3.13 (STANDALONE, VST, AAX) [Win x64]

By | October 1, 2018


Year / Date of Issue : 09/24/2018
Version : v2.2.3.13
Developer : Positive Grid
Developer’s website : Positive Grid
Bit depth : 64bit
Tabletka : Not required (Team VR)
System requirements : Windows 7 (SP1) or Windows 8, 10
VST, AAX Native
4GB of RAM minimal, 8GB or more recommended
1.5GHz Dual core processor minimum, 2.0GHz Dual core or more recommended
250MB free disk space

Description : Together with the updated interface, Positive Grid BIAS Amp 2 offers a redesigned DSP engine and an increased number of available virtual devices. In the new version emulations of 12BH7, 12AY7, 6550 and KT88 lamps, as well as impulses of the speakers from Celestion are added. Most of them can be used not only together with electric guitar, but also bass amplifiers. The BIAS Amp 2 also includes a set of new bass amps and a set of “Blues Pack”, designed for playing on pure and crunchy sound.
Among other innovations, developers also note the technology Dynamic Tone Control, which emulates effects and sound changes, manifested by using different transformers and power supplies. According to Positive Grid, the impact of technology is particularly noticeable in the mid-range frequency range.
Also, the EQ module was finalized, which now supports Real Time Analysis (RTA), which will help users identify and isolate the problem frequencies of the instrument and amplifier.
The new version of the plug-in offers a slightly modified approach to work: in addition to the menu and the catalog of presets and elements of the sound chain, the developers offer the guitarists the possibility of changing the positioning of microphones relative to the dynamics of the amplifier

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Team VR
allow download preset from ToneCloud (also with Modern Vintage Cabinets)
bypassed catalog DRM encryption – now allow manual edit preset catalog file
added over 1500 optimized offline presets
Since the old preset catalog (if exist) will be overwritten, you can manually revert your custom presets by editing the catalog file c: Users % CURRENTUSERNAME% Documents PositiveGrid BIAS_Amp2 GlobalPresets cate.json
But do not add too many unoptimized presets – subj has a restriction on the total volume of PNG images.
A large number of presets, too. On the MacOS platform uses systemic web-engine Safari and therefore works a bit faster there

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