Positive Grid have graduated from making excellent guitar software to physical pedals that guitarists will love. Matt Vanacoro fired up Bias Distortion, Modulation and Delay...
Positive Grid has a reputation for making uniquely powerful amp simulations with more features than most. Joe Albano put Bias Amp 2 to the test.
A host of new features and a partnership with Celestion offer guitarists complete tone control in this new software from amp specialists, Positive Grid.
PositiveGrid's Bias has matured into a truly wide-ranging set of tools for designing and managing your guitar and amp tones. Matt Vanacoro shows you how to deal with all your presets.
Positive Grid makes some of the best guitar and mixing plugins for iOS and for the desktop. We couldn't wait to get our hands on their new Pro Series EQ.
Highly anticipated guitar amplifier with revolutionary amp match technology from Positive Grid is available for limited worldwide pre-order. Check out the videos below to see what the fuss is about.
Positive Grid tell us the Pro Series offers 3 revolutionary profiling and component based compressors: FET, Tube, and Optical. It combines their DSP engineering and component level modeling expertise.
Is Positive Grid's BIAS Pedal a must-buy for guitarists? Matt Vanacoro puts metal to the pedal to find out in this video review.
BIAS Pedal allows users to create their own distortion pedal from circuit guts to the transistors, tone match any distortion pedal in the world, and it’s integrated with Positive Grid’s BIAS FX!
After reaching initial goal for early birds pre-order, the upcoming BT4 Bluetooth MIDI controller pre-order from Positive Grid has been extended to 1000 more units!
The popular amp-and-effects processor for iPad adds five new studio racks processors for professional recording including preamp, compressor, reverb, delay, and EQ – available as in-app purchases.
Harmonix and Positive Grid are partnering together to bring new in-game BIAS Amp technology offering "the most realistic guitar amp simulation ever" on the highly anticipated Rock Band 4 game!
Calling all mobile guitarists and producers. PositiveGrid have announced their upcoming BT4 (bluetooth pedal) designed to work with iPod, iPad and iPhone and it starts shipping in October.
To celebrate our new website design, new name, and the Ask.Audio Academy, we've partnered with the biggest & most popular music industry companies to give you the chance to win $33,000 of music gear.
Positive Grid's BIAS FX guitar FX processor has been a hit on iPad, so we were happy to see it come over to Desktop too. Toby Pitman plugs in and finds out if BIAS FX is a worthy desktop equivalent.