@tannhauser I uninstalled Bias Amp 2 using the method of re-executing the install file that I originally downloaded.
You can choose “repair” or “uninstall”.
Then I deleted the Bias Amp folder located in my Common File and Documents Folder. In both locations it is in the Positive Grid Folder.
I’m using Windows 7 so I’m not sure if it will make a difference to you or not.
Do a search on your hard drive and it will make it easier to find them.
I restarted my PC and reinstalled Bias Amp 2 using it’s suggested download destinations again.
It seems like having too many Tone Cloud presets caused the issue, or maybe there was a corrupted version of one.
I can only speculate.
It does seem like Bias Amp 2 gets slower to load as you add more presets though.
Is the amp match feature only availabe with BIAS AMP2
Professional or can you use it with the standard version to?
and does amp matching work with the free version of Pro Tools? Aka Pro Tools first?
Amp match is exclusive to the pro version of the software, so the standard version will not be able to use amp match or access any tone cloud amp match amps.
As far as working with pro tools; pro tools just accesses the bias amp plug in which is independent or pro tools in terms of features, so as long as pro tools will allow you to use the plugin then all the features of the version of Bias you own will be available for use
It is an issue with the sample rate, file format, or similar. I think most of mine are 48KHz, 24 bit, Wav, IIRC. you might want to contact support to find out the exact requirements and then convert the file.