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Positive Grid Announces Pro Series Studio Plugins Beta Program

Positive Grid is looking for individuals who want to shape this project and be a part of the beta testing program.

Positive Grid, developer of BIAS and BIAS FX apps for mobile and desktop, today announced the introduction of the Pro Series Studio Plugins, and it’s now open to gather feedback from engineers, producers, and plugin enthusiasts from all over the world.

The Pro Series Studio Plugins consists of professional studio compressors, reverbs, tape simulators, tube preamps, and EQ.

It combines Positive Grid’s DSP engineering and component level modeling expertise, and is developed by the world’s leading producers, engineers, and mastering gurus.

Positive Grid is looking for experienced and talented individuals who want to join to shape this project and be a part of the beta testing program.

In exchange, beta testers will:
—Have exclusive access to early development of a plugin series from one of the fastest growing music technology companies.
—Participate actively with Positive Grid’s engineering and product team, provide input and be in the front row of the Pro Series Studio Plugins development process.
—Be featured in the final product credits.
—Receive a Pro Series Studio Plugins code when released.

If you are a studio, mixing, or mastering plugin enthusiast and would like to join, just sign up at the website link.

Only 100 slots will be available.

Positive Grid

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