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Public price: $999 incl. VAT

Universal Audio will launch in September the Thunderbolt versions of its UAD-2 Satellite DSP accelerator modules.

This new UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt desktop DSP accelerator card is now compatible with all Thunderbolt-equipped Mac computers. Users can benefit from higher speed and mix on bigger sessions with the UAD-Powered plug-ins. Theses cards can also complement any UAD-2 PCIe cards or Thunderbolt Apollo interfaces.

The UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP accelerators are available in two versions: Quad with four SHARC processors and Octo with 8 processors and for each version, Universal Audio lets you choose your plug-in bundle: the Core editions ship with the Analog Classics Plus bundle and the Custom edition adds three plug-ins that you can choose when registering. Last, the Satellite Thunderbolt Octo can also be purchased in Ultimate Edition with the UAD-2 Octo Ultimate 3 Pack that includes 79 plug-ins developed by Universal Audio (but no third-party developers) and the UAD Software v7.8. This pack is also available with the UAD-2 Octo PCIe card for the same price as the Satellite Thunderbolt Octo Ultimate.

Pricing:

  • UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Quad Core: $999
  • UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Quad Custom: $1399
  • UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Octo Core: $1499
  • UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Octo Custom: $1899
  • UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Octo Ultimate: $5999

These new UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP cards will start shipping early October at the Universal Audio authorized dealers. More info at www.uaudio.com.

 

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