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Universal Audio Teletronix LA-2A Classic Leveler Collection Plug-In
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Universal Audio Teletronix LA-2A Classic Leveler Collection Plug-In

Software compressor from Universal Audio belonging to the UAD Plug-In series.

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Nantho Valentine

Nantho Valentine

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1 Posted on 07/09/2013 at 00:24:41
The Next Generation
During the last Winter NAMM, Cakewalk introduced the CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier, a new compression plug-in based on the renowned Teletronix LA-2A. For their part, Universal Audio, who had previously modeled it in 2001, also introduced the LA-2A Classic Leveler Plug-in Collection (with three modellings of the beast) at the same event. Can you feel that itching? Yes, it's the craving for a comparison that tickles your ears! Luckily for you, AudioFanzine is here to save the day.

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