Bias amp can load impulses, but if you are trying to learn, tweak and dial them in, I would use a thrid party impulse loader until I found the exact impulse I wanted, then back it into the bias amp. Ignite's NADIR is an excellent, free and easy to use impulse loader
@scott-powers said in Bias Amp 2 Bass amps:
Is there a v2 expected for bass amps? Just not happy with the sound of the existing ones
Hi Scott I'll forward your feedback to our product team and see what they can do, thank you!
From the OP it says you are having issues with Tonecloud presets... why not just dial your own?
Sample rate conversion is only really an issue for Amp matches in my experience. A lot of times amp matches don't translate well from rig to rig, etc, anyway. I usually try to do my own or avoid them unless they sound really good when they demo. 90% of other people's presets are not going to sound good on your rig.
BTW, at one point I had issues with sample rate conversion between Bias Amp Matches I had shot myself and importing those into FX on the desktop but PG got it sorted... they actually delivered several development releases for me to test. It was a pain because I had to wipe and restore my presets over and over. It was worth it though because, yes, these conversion issues do sound terrible, and I have not seen any recurrence.
FWIW, those presets saved with the old, wrecked, version were permanently altered (because they got converted badly) you may be running into some of this on old tone cloud presets. I had some up there I had to delete because I was saving them to the cloud to transfer them to mobile and did not even realize they had been trashed in the process.
Amp matching is a really super cool feature but it is a double edged sword.
@pipelineaudio said in Help - Amateur Home Studio for training, playing with backing tracks and occasional recording 6 string electric guitar.:
3" Roxul Safe n Sound
Thanks for the inputs man!
For the pleasure of listening to myself playing live I am sick and tired of playing monitors. Every time I go to a friend place and play an amp/cab(s) I always remember/realize that playing exclusively monitors lacks mojo, dynamics and can become a painful dull experience. That is were the Powercabs (can´t live without stereo lol) enter the equation.
For playing I was thinking to route (via DAW) the backing tracks to the monitors and the VST exclusively to the Powercabs. Don't even know if that's possible or the best way to do it. And what about the Powercabs ASIO capabilities? Are they of use in this scenario?
PS: My playing room is already "sound treated"...