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DSP Board from Universal Audio belonging to the UAD-2 series

Universal Audio today announced the creation of the UAD-2 SOLO/Laptop™, a compact ExpressCard™ version of their UAD-2 SOLO DSP Accelerator card.


The new SOLO/Laptop DSP card brings Universal Audio’s analog emulations—authenticated by Neve®, Roland®, SPL®, Moog®, and more—to laptop DAW users. The UAD-2 SOLO/Laptop is designed to enable large, professional mixes on laptop DAWs without the need for cabling or power supply.

The SOLO/Laptop includes studio staples like UA’s 1176SE Compressor/Limiter, Pultec EQP-1A Equalizer, RealVerb Pro Room Modeler, and CS-1 Channel Strip, and offers access to the entire Powered Plug-In library.

Pricing & Availability
The UAD-2 SOLO/Laptop supports VST, AU and RTAS plug in formats on both MAC and PC. The UAD-2 SOLO/Laptop will available at UA dealers worldwide in early Q2 at a MAP price of $499.

For more information, visit their web site at www.uaudio.com.
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