Universal Audio UAD-2 DSP Accelerator
Universal Audio announced an update to its UAD-2 DSP Accelerator Packages.
All UAD-2 SOLO, DUO and QUAD DSP Accelerator Packages now feature smaller, "greener" packaging, and include the new "Analog Classics" Software Bundle at no additional cost.
UAD-2 DSP Accelerator Packages are sonic upgrades for Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Nuendo or Digital Performer, and are designed to provide rich, analog sound quality that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with a native Mac- or PC-based system, according to Universal Audio. More notably, they grant users access to the catalog of UAD Powered Plug-Ins (sold separately) — including favorites from Manley, Roland, BOSS, Empirical Labs, EMT, Fairchild, Harrison, Helios, Little Labs, Pultec, SPL, Trident, Teletronix and more.
The NEW "Analog Classics" Software Bundle features:
• LA-2A Classic Audio Leveler — Previously only available for purchase online, this plug-in is the world's most accurate emulation of UA's revered, electro-optical, analog compressor.
• 1176LN Classic Limiting Amplifier — Also previously only available for purchase online, this plug-in is the world's most accurate emulation of UA's legendary, FET-based, hardware classic.
• 1176SE Limiting Amplifier — A DSP-optimized version of the 1176LN, yielding higher instance counts and its own unique characteristics.
• Pultec EQP-1A EQ — Another spot-on emulation of classic analog gear. Pultec EQ's have been studio staples for decades and this plug-in proves equally indispensible.
• RealVerb Pro Room Modeler — The RealVerb Pro has often been hailed as the most flexible and natural sounding reverb plug-in in the industry
Find out more about all available UAD-2 "Analog Classics" DSP Accelerator Packages here.
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