November 14, 2023By Joshua Fernandez 0 Comment
2023 is finally coming to a close, and what a ride it has been! This year has seen BIAS FX 2 undergo some amazing updates. The team behind the award-winning guitar amp and effects software has decided to cap off the year with a bang, delivering one final update packed with new gear, features, and even more performance improvements. So, let's dive right in and see how this latest update will inspire you to play more guitar.
In the recent updates, BIAS FX 2 introduced the revolutionary RMST amp series, showcasing the sonic accuracy of its brand-new DSP engine. Building on the success of those RMST amps, the team has channeled the same engine to craft a brand-new set of gear. Recognizing the surge in popularity of the lo-fi style genre in recent years, it only made sense to create a set of gear to get the creative juices flowing for Elite users who want to start exploring the world of lo-fi.
- RetroSonic Sampler – An extremely glassy clean amp that sets the tone for pristine soundscapes.
- OverDriven Resonance – Exceptional overdrive to layer over a spring reverb, adding depth and warmth.
- VHS Modulator – Dive into the world of analog lo-fi distortion with this captivating simulator.
- PitchHaze Delay – Immerse yourself in a retro vibe with a pitch-shifted analog delay effect that adds character to your sound.
Let Ando San be your guide to the lo-fi universe, using the newest gear in the latest BIAS FX 2 update.
Now, if you were like us and, after watching the Ando Sans video above, you just wanted to dive right in and start creating your own lo-fi masterpiece but didn't know how to start, we've got good news. The latest update for BIAS FX 2 introduces the Tone Link feature for ToneCloud – a tone-sharing platform where guitarists from around the world can upload, download, and share their custom presets. With Tone Link, you can now create a link instantly to share your presets with anyone in the world in the blink of an eye. With that being said, you can download his custom presets here    .
Apple Silicon Support
And hey, for all you Apple music makers out there, here's something just for you! BIAS FX 2 now officially supports Apple Silicon, so if you're using a Mac with M1 or M2 CPUs, get ready for a performance boost that'll make your tone creating smoother than ever before.
The latest update for BIAS FX 2 is available now and is free for all users.