Universal Audio about to announce UAD-2
As some AudioFanzine community members have pointed out, Universal Audio is definitely preparing a new evolution to its famous UAD DSP Card.
After a famous U.S. music retailer (won't name it, but it has something to do with a six-stringed instrument and a place that is, well, not outlying) unwittingly leaked the information on its website earlier this month, Universal Audio has finally acknowledged the reality of such a project on its website, although as you can see little (if any) detail is provided... yet.
As of right now, nothing is confirmed but rumour has it the UAD-2 series product shall include two main product lines with prices ranging from $500 to $1500.
It seems very likely that an official confirmation will be available soon -- maybe as soon as next week.
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