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TC Electronic Halts Powercore, Announces UAD-2 Crossgrade

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TC Electronic and Universal Audio announce a collaboration to offer a crossgrade option to UAD-2 for registered PowerCore users, as further development for the PowerCore range comes to a halt.

TC Electronic has decided to cease further development of the PowerCore product range. With the recent release of software version 4.0, PowerCore is compatible with current operating systems and DAWs – 32 bit as well as 64 bit. TC Electronic say they will continue to sell all of the existing PowerCore plug-ins and hardware variants and will keep offering user support for the platform. Also, TC Electronic will continue its general computer recording activities, including audio interfaces and plug-ins.



In addition, TC Electronic announces a collaboration with Universal Audio in order to offer a crossgrade program, allowing registered PowerCore users to receive a value pack of up to $1,300 worth of UAD Powered Plug-Ins free of charge when registering their newly purchased UAD-2 DSP Accelerator Package.

 

The crossgrade offer is valid from February 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011. In order to qualify for the crossgrade offer, PowerCore users must register a new UAD-2 package, including the recently announced UAD-2 Satellite Firewire DSP Accelerator, within this period. Further, the offer is only valid to new users, i.e. users that are new to the UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform.



PowerCore users, who qualify and want to make use of this offer, have to register their newly purchased UAD-2 DSP Accelerator Package via Universal Audio’s website. During the registration process, enter the serial number of their PowerCore unit which will trigger the release of the corresponding UAD Powered Plug-Ins.

 

The crossgrade offer includes three different plug-in packages that are linked to corresponding UAD-2 processor level purchased (SOLO, DUO, or QUAD):


UAD-2 SOLO / SOLO Flexi / SOLO/Laptop crossgrade plug-in package contains:
• Fairchild ($149)
• Cambridge ($149)
• Pultec-Pro ($79)
• Total Value: $377

UAD-2 DUO / DUO Flexi / Satellite DUO crossgrade plug-in package contains:
• Fairchild ($149)
• Cambridge ($149)
• Pultec-Pro ($79)
• LA-3A ($149)
• DreamVerb ($149)
• Total Value: $675

UAD-2 QUAD / QUAD Flexi / QUAD Omni / Satellite QUAD crossgrade plug-in package contains:
• Fairchild ($149)
• Cambridge ($149)
• Pultec-Pro ($79)
• LA-3A ($149)
• DreamVerb ($149)
Precision Limiter ($199)
• Precision Equalizer ($199)
• Precision Multiband ($249)
• Total value: $1322

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