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News 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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Universal Audio gathered the emulations of three distinct Teletronix LA-2A hardware units in a collection for UAD and Apollo.

With the new LA-2A Classic Leveler Plug-In Collection, Universal Audio modeled the entire electronic path of three highly coveted hardware units — “Silver, ” “Gray, ” and the original LA-2 models.

The Bill Putnam-era LA-2A “Silver” model features a fast time constant, making it suitable on all sources, including drums and percussion. The Jim Lawrence-era LA-2A “Gray” model maintains an average time constant, providing a range of “medium-speed” compression. Finally, the LA-2 plug-in models the rarest of original Teletronix units, providing a super-slow compression response.

Additionally, the LA-2A Classic Leveler Collection plug-ins includes presets from famous LA-2A users, including Ross Hogarth (Van Halen, R.E.M., Ziggy Marley), Carl Glanville (U2, Billy Joel, Jason Mraz), Darrell Thorp (Beck, Radiohead, Charlotte Gainsbourg), Vance Powell (Jack White, Red Fang, The Dead Weather), and Jeff Juliano (John Mayer, Shinedown, Train).

Available as part of an upcoming UAD Software release scheduled for February 2013, the LA-2A Classic Leveler Collection will be available for $299US via UA’s Online Store, or for $149US for current owners of the original LA-2A Leveling Amplifier plug-in.

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