BIAS (iPad) is 50% off with the price down from $9.99 to $4.99, and there’s an update with a nice message from Positive Grid too …
With iOS 8 right around the corner, we’ve got some pretty big things planned for the near future, both with the JamUp and BIAS.
And yes! We are planning to release BIAS Desktop for Mac and Windows very soon, with BIAS Desktop you can create amp models in a new way never before thought possible. (Amp Design, Amp Matching, Amp Share). Check out our Facebook page and website if you are interested in BIAS Explorer Program.
To tide you over until then, we’ve just put out this update with a handful of improvements.
- Now you can unlock the signal path, to turn on and off each individual module. You can turn off power amp and/or cab if you only want to use preamp modeling.
- BIAS Store redesigned, you can preview amp models created by expansion packs.
- Minor bug fixes and improvements.
The PositiveGrid Team
Arctic ProSynth gets an update. Here’s what’s new:
- Audiobus 2.1 for iOS 8
- Support for Audiobus State Saving
- Saving of aftertouch routing when set to off
- Fix for obscure bug in MIDI handler when switching apps
- Fix ADSR for long release tails
- Fix for Chorus / Phaser LFO
** This change may affect your existing presets. While every effort has been made to ensure that your presets are unaltered it may be possible that you will have to re-edit the Chorus and Phaser Rate settings. Factory presets now sound correctly.
NanoStudio gets a little update to include the latest Audiobus SDK, but as a result now requires iOS7. iOS 5 and 6 users can of course continue to still use the previous version.
All made with the lovely PixiTracker 1-Bit:
I’m pretty sure that I’ve posted all of these tracks made with Gadget individually, but there’s some great stuff in there, so I thought it was worth posting the whole collection again.