Positive Grid – BIAS Pedal Pro (STANDALONE, VST, RTAS, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | July 7, 2019


Year / Release Date : 06.2019
Version :
Developer : Positive Grid
Developer site : positivegrid
Digit capacity : 64bit
Tabletka : cured VR
System requirements : Windows 7 (SP1) or Windows 8
4GB of RAM minimal, 8GB or more recommended
1.5GHz Dual core processor minimal, 2.0GHz Dual core or more recommended
250MB free disk space

Description : Custom design your guitar effects pedal.
Using a component-based philosophy, like our revolutionary amplifier constructor BIAS, BIAS Pedal allows you to virtually create your own customizable pedal with full control at the circuit level. Smooth integration with BIAS FX allows you to use a BIAS pedal to add your own pedal to BIAS FX. Download thousands of individual pedals to our new BIAS ToneCloud® pedal.
Open effects in BIAS FX – easily integrates with your arsenals of effects BIAS FX. It automatically imports your custom delay pedals into BIAS FX dual dual signal circuits with two BIAS amplifiers. It also includes all the tasty BIAS Pedal stuff, including six Amp Room guitar amps from the BIAS Amp rock guitar.
Share and Download – Since the BIAS pedal is extensible, it is a platform not only for factory settings. You can download thousands of customized pedals that are used by professional artists and users from all over the world, right on the platform of BIAS Pedal ToneCloud.
Distortion – From input volume to distortion and gain control, before and after equalization, and more. You can even change the virtual properties of the pedal, as if you were working with a real distortion pedal, changed the germanium transistor of your amplification pedal, or tuned a silicon transistor. Immerse yourself in the tones of your dreams instantly, picking up your favorite pedals of distortion, overload, fuzz and amplification. BIAS Pedal’s Tone Match technology analyzes and compares the currently selected pedal and target pedal sound. Then the tonal compensation and the enhancements necessary to ensure that the sound of your pedal exactly matches the sound of the desired pedal.
Modulation – An extensive collection of modulation effects, including Chorus, Vibrato, Flanger, Rotary, Phaser, Tremolo, Pan, RingMod and Autoswell. Experiment with different LFO waveforms: from a sine wave, from a sharp triangular wave to a pulsed (square) signal. Two 8-band graphic equalizers can be placed at various points along the signal chain by dragging and dropping to accurately form a common tone. Combine two modulation effects groups: the 1st module includes effects based on time and filtering (Chorus, Vibrato, Flanger, Rotary, Phaser), the 2nd module includes amplitude modulations (Tremolo, Pan, RingMod and Autoswell), so add a bit of chorus to your tremolo or create truly unique sounds, such as stuttering and slow attacks.
Delay – Choose from four types of delays to start: standard for pure digital delays, tape for rich vintage sound, ping-pong for echoes and reverse for envelopes. A manual delay of 1 to 3000 ms changes each kind of effect based on the delay, from doubling to suppression and long echoes. In the studio, synchronize the BIAS delay with your DAW so that the delay time varies from 32nd note to full note, including notes with dots. The saturation and analog tone controls add density and girth to the input signal of the delay stage. A full-featured Power Module compressor pushes your riffs to the front of the mix. Set up your pedal’s virtual power source to provide 18 volts for a relaxed, flexible sound or 6 volts so that your guitar sounds like a beast ripping off a leash!

New in version:
Bug fixes
Fixed “Not a valid AAX plugin in Pro Tools”
Fixed “Cannot use Pedal Match feature”

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