Endless dialing gets nothing accomplished; so I have streamlined my choices and work flow. Atomic seems to feel this way too based on their pricing. The frequency of driver updates made me go with Steinberg instead of Focusrite, but that's just based on the opinion of some forum users and the salesman I talked to. You can easily get lost in this endless tweaking and if like me, you enjoy dabbling, then this is actually a lot of fun and allows you to create some very custom models to play through. I felt that they only had two cabs that weren't fizzy a 2x12 blue and the 4x12 v30, I believe? If you would like to be considered for our whitelist, message the mods! I must disclose that even though I did at one point use these plugs on an iPad for travel, I primarily use all of the Pro Desktop versions of Bias for home recording. The output of each 'pre' instance of either needs to be maxed.
I have to be cautious because I don't want to be burned again. Clients include Sir Paul McCartney, George Michael, Shirley Bassey, Yusuf Islam, Giles Martin as well as the London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies. That said, I really love the free stuff by Ignite Amps, LePou, Mercuriall u530 demo and tsc-1 , Vadim Taranov, Nick Crow Lab. This includes the comment area of youtube videos as well as anything that's embedded into the video itself. Positive Grid has a sales going on right now, and I need your advice on which one to get. This area is for sharing amp models and also the matched amps as well.
It would cut out the three or four clicks it takes to call up a new patch every time which can become tiresome. Many effects can be added and of course you can customize the order of the effects etc. I have jamup free and it's very good, but limited in two amps only. I need some more time playing with the settings. I actually sold my Atomic AmpliFire hardware recently as I'm back to using my Bias Pro platforms. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.
Well long story short, I'm back to software plugins and found my Amplifire a new home. Sorry I can't help with how good Bias is. I don't play the bass but occasionally play the acoustic, as some songs require them. There are plenty of options in this program that lets you customize your amp tones. As you may already know, Bias amp doesn't feature any effects, only the amps. I liked each of them for some things but hated them all for some things.
I'm sure that's all coming. Using mostly AmpliTube these days. Might be a better fit, as that pedal can be used either like a traditional pedal or like a preamp. Forget loading individual files—just select a custom Celestion cab and start moving virtual mics around. And if you have any cool clips or videos, please share them here! Their graphics team did a shoddy job in that regard. The first part covered , so you might want to check that out to compare.
And when I learned of the price, I was destined to own it. I'm in the minority here, but the differences to me are very small and subtle when comparing modelers. I'm a visual guy and I prefer to see the amps, cabs, pedals and mics even if it's nothing more than eye candy. It limits your choice of a mono chorus effect into an amp to one pedal the yellow one which has a width control that you can turn to zero and make mono. This gives it a spacial effect similar to the headphone space in the Kemper. The quality of map modelling is high and the fact it can work out tones via the Amp Match function makes it a really handy studio tool as well. Helix has the advantage of being an integrated hardware unit, but that's also a disadvantage in terms of flexibility and end-user upgrades.
I do tend to use presets as a starting point. A high-end collection of all-new and revamped racks adds unparalleled depth and width to your guitar and bass sounds. You have to know how to setup the dual amps and run through with an effect in front of the second amp. Can't make music without the right gear. The Helix Native plug-in provides a limitless creative palette for inspiring tone creation, with 60+ amplifiers, 30+ speaker cabinets and a wide range of 100+ effects. My be worth a look at. Pitchproof is a free true harmonizer, not just a chromatic pitch shifter.
Failing to follow this guideline will result in a thread removal. Editor's Note: Positive Grid informed us this is now fixed! Luckily I opted to download the demo first to see what kind of sounds to expect and boy was that a smart decision. They definitely don't sound harsh by default in those areas. The only 'all-in-one' stuff that is out there that is free are demos like Amplitube or similar. I can quickly come up with something that is very close to the sound in my head, and concentrate on the performance.