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Positive Grid have established themselves as one of the leading iOS music app developers with their guitar rig sim apps.
They are, of course, also the developers behind the excellent Final Touch mastering processor for iOS. That is, of course, if you can break into that market…. There are a number of very well established guitar rig sim plugins already available for Windows or OSX and it is already a more competitive market than under iOS.
The port was very nicely done, it sounded very good and stood comparison with the obvious competition. And I think, under iOS, a two-app approach is actually quite a sensible one; each app is focussed on a specific role and, when you only need one of those roles, the other app is chewing up the somewhat limited resources available on your favourite mobile music platform.
In the end, and as described more fully below, they have stayed with the dual approach. I can see that this brings a consistency between the iOS and desktop product lines….
How many virtual amps do you need? That is, of course, just speculation on my part. For now, we have the launch of BIAS FX Desktop… and while this is a piece of desktop software and not a mobile app, given that PG are an iOS brand and one of our own , I think it is interesting to look at their attempts to creack the desktop market place with their products that started life under iOS.
There are a number of differences between the two versions but perhaps the headlines ones are the numbers of default amp and effects models supplied. In the lower-priced version you get 12 amps and 30 effects, while in the more expensive version, 32 amp, 52 stomp box effects and 10 studio rack processors are included. You also get a good range of matching speaker cabinets to choose between. A few minor tweaks to the interface aside — and that cater for the fact that you are using a mouse rather than a touchscreen to navigate the interface — the desktop experience of BIAS FX is very similar to the iOS one.
In terms of the included amps, the models range from very traditional squeaky clean for example, the 77 Silver Tone model through to ultra hi-gain the 04 Insane model with plenty of classic blues and rock coverage in between the 69 Plexiglas model for example.
And while everyone might prefer 32 amps to 12, frankly, even 12 amps will get you covered for the vast majority of musical styles including bass guitar and acoustic simulation. There is a good selection of effects included as shown here for the Drive selection within the Professional version of the plugin.
The stomp boxes and rack effects are organised into sensible groups by type and covers gates, compression, boosts, drive, EQ, modulation, delay and reverb types.
The latter is a novel features as it replaces the signal chain view with something that looks like a miniature version of the virtual pedalboard you have created and where you can edit all your parameters in a single screen proving, of course, your eyesight is up to it as things can get a bit compact. There is also a toggle option to go between a single path one amp or dual path two amps signal chain located top-left.
Along the bottom of the display you get a combination of input and output level meters as well as access to the tuner, the Quick Snap options you can save 8 presets for instant recall and access to the Output Settings panel where you tweak your overall EQ. The main portion of the screen, by default, shows the signal chain view that is familiar to a number of other guitar rig sims.
Pedalboard view allows you to see all the components within your chain on a single screen. If you click on an item in the chain this is bought into focus and a larger version of that item then fills the lower half of the display.
If you double-click on an existing item in the chain, you can then browse for some alternatives to replace it with from the selection of virtual kit. You can, therefore, run two separate and different amps and you can also place effects devices into the split signal chain so that they only apply to one amp rather than the other.
This whole feature is well thought out. The Splitter allows you to switch between either of the channels or to have both on at the same time. The mixer provides level, pan and delay knobs for each channel. These means you can easily balance the output of your two amps to produce the required blend and pan them together or spread them across the stereo field. There are some very good delay options provided in the Professional version of the plugin. BIAS FX for iOS was, undoubtedly, a bit of a triumph and, in this desktop port, Positive Grid have done an excellent job in bringing the same experience to the desktop.
It sounds great, has plenty of features to work with, offers some flexible and novel signal chain options for building your custom virtual guitar rig and integrates brilliantly with BIAS Amps and ToneCloud. And, as you can download a trial version from the Positive Grid website, why not give it a spin on your own system? No virtual guitar rig can replace the sensation of a cranked valve amp but, if practical considerations mean that is not an option in your studio space, then BIAS FX is a very capable all-in-one virtual guitar rig and I would happily recommend it.
Check out the full reviews of each app linked above and the further details via the App Store links below…. Just not sure how it might come about…. It was or thereabouts at first launch and caused a big stir for the wrong reasons. So the question is… is it better to sell fewer at high price versus more at lower price? This argument applies to computer gaming too. I wait until the sales and purchase for a fraction of that. OSX and Linux are free. I hope IOS apps remain affordable. I do think the desktop versions are reasonably priced so I guess i have just contradicted my previous statement: Bias AMP pro on desktop with Amp matching is a whole lot more affordable than a Kemper profiling unit.
And then there is FabFilter, I have most of their plug-ins through Auria at a fraction of the cost for the desktop plug-ins. Just discover this app on this blog thanks you guys rock i cant wait to try it out have some of you guys give any comments on how big is the difference between the desktop version vs the app. Music App Blog Music app reviews, news and tutorials for the mobile music producer.
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I've been using the Demo, and it's basically the same program with effects and mods Forum Themes Mobile Progressive. I purchased BIAS FX Pro, and I must say I really like it, there are some freaking sweet sounding amps and stuff in there, not just for high gain, which there are very nice ones some of the Fender type stuff and 'lo 'er gain amps with a bit of low to mid breakup going on are so sweet. If you didn't sign up you won't get the email.
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