Year/Date of Issue: 26.04.2022
Developer: Positive Grid
Developer website: Positive Grid
Format: STANDALONE, VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: present R2R
System requirements: Windows 8 or later
4GB of RAM minimum, 8GB or more recommended
1.5GHz Dual core processor minimum, 2.0GHz Dual core or more recommended
500MB free disk space (32 or 64-bit version)
Description: Want to have access to famous classic and modern amps and effects right at your fingertips? BIAS FX 2 guitar software delivers this and more in the form of an intuitive, fully customizable virtual electric guitar, bass or acoustic guitar for Mac and PC. Works as a standalone guitar effects application, allowing you to bring new tones and creativity to your playing, rehearsal and jamming – no need for any other guitar software or DAW.
What’s new in latest versions:
* BIAS FX 2 Elite
* Acoustic Expansion Pack
* Bass Expansion Pack
*Metal Signature Pack
* Celestion Classic Pack
* Celestion Modern Vintage Pack
*Experience Jimi Hendrix
*All BIAS Pedals Packs
0. Remove the previous version
1. Install the program
2. Run the PositiveGrid_KeyGen.exe keygen from the R2R folder. Click “Register”
3. Open the hosts file with a text editor Notepad ++ (located C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc )
Insert the following lines:
Save the changes to the file.
Is this working for anyone? Even after following all the steps the program always asks for a signup.
Never mind… I was incorrectly updating the HOST FILE.
hello, i have the same problem, the program always asks for a signup. How do I do the correct updating of the Host File? Can you help me, please. Thanks
Use this tutorial to get it done:
i did everthing in the video tutorial, but what to need to chance in the host file?
i dont know how to fix the registration thing
Make sure the Host file is as below :
Also, you may need to execute the keygen from Bias FX install folder. It did the trick for me.
Wow took FOREVER… my problem was the IP address (127.0.0.1) not being in the host file as the instructions from r2r didn’t have them lol. It would work without internet connection but as soon as i enabled ethernet it would go into demo mode. Such a small detail but glad its working now