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bx_digital v2 EQ & SPL Vitalizer MK2-T on UAD-2

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Universal Audio announces the release of the first new Direct Developer plug-ins for the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins platform: the Brainworx bx_digital V2 EQ plug-in and the SPL Vitalizer MK2-T plug-in.

The Brainworx bx_digital V2 EQ is a mastering EQ designed to offer three modes — M/S Mastering, M/S Recording, and L/R Stereo — with a “SixPack” Master Section, 11-band EQ with Shifter EQs to 22 kHz, and built-in M/S De-Esser, Dynamic EQ, and metering options. An included bx_digital V2 Mono plug-in provides the same Mastering EQ-quality sound for mixing applications.

 

The SPL Vitalizer MK2-T is an emulation of the tube-based Vitalizer hardware unit. The Vitalizer provides independent Bass and Mid-Hi processing that works in both the time and frequency domains to unmask overlapping sounds. The Vitalizer MK2-T is both a fixative and an enhancement tool.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Available for purchase via UA’s Online Store, the Brainworx bx_digital V2 EQ sells for $329.00, and the SPL Vitalizer MK2-T sells for $249.00.

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