Positive Grid Launches ‘Mobile Guitar Effects Month’
Developer Partners With PreSonus And Griffin For The Biggest Mobile Guitar Giveaway
Positive Grid (www.positivegrid.com) today announced the “Mobile Guitar Effects Month”, the biggest iOS guitar giveaway of the year in partnership with PreSonus and Griffin Technology. During March, guitarists and bassists worldwide will be able to win various iOS guitar software such as Positive Grid’s JamUp Pro Multi-Effects and BIAS Amp Designer, as well as professional mobile guitar hardware such as PreSonus’ iOne USB/iPad recording system and Ceres Bluetooth speaker, as well as Griffin’s Studio Connect, GuitarConnect Pro, and Guitar Sidekick.
To enter the giveaway, participants will just need to give an idea about how they envision the next generation of mobile guitar effect processors. The best idea will be selected by the Positive Grid team and 3 winners will be announced on March 31st.
Submissions to enter giveaway go here: http://www.positivegrid.com/apps
Mobile Guitar Effects Month Deals
To celebrate the Mobile Guitar Effect Month, guitarists and bassist can now get all of their dream guitar effects at the most affordable price of the year: JamUp Pro, BIAS Mobile, and Final Touch apps are now 75% off regular price. JamUp amps and effects expansion packs are now 50% off. In addition, Both BIAS Desktop and BIAS Professional plug-ins for Mac/PC are now $25 off.
The Mobile Guitar Effect Sales are immediately available on Positive Grid’s website, on the iTunes App Store and as in-app purchase on the JamUp Store. The offers are available worldwide and throughout March only.
About Positive Grid: Based in California, with satellite operations in Germany, Italy and Taiwan, Positive Grid focuses on delivering superior and highly creative mobile music experiences. Since 2008, the company has designed and developed a core technology base and is currently expanding it to various applications. Positive Grid’s best-known product range, featuring the JamUp multi-effects guitar app and interface, is now distributed in over 60 countries around the world.