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  • A review of the new plug-ins in Universal Audio UAD 8.1.1 software
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    A review of the new plug-ins in Universal Audio UAD 8.1… - Another Three from UAD

    05/14/15

    Universal Audio just released a new version of its software for Apollo and other UAD-2 devices. The release is highlighted by three new plug-ins, including spot-on emulations of the Neve 88RS Channel Strip Collection, the Tube Tech CL-1B Compressor, and the Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959.

  • Review of the Waves Butch Vig Vocals plug-in
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    Review of the Waves Butch Vig Vocals plug-in - Vocals Like Vig

    04/09/15

    In the tradition of its Jack Joseph Puig, Chris Lord Alge, Eddie Kramer, and Manny Marroquin signature plug-ins, Waves has released Butch Vig Vocals (Mac/PC), a processor plug-in designed to let you easily dial in great Butch-Vig-style vocal sounds. Featuring a very unusual-looking retro/sci-fi GUI, it offers compression, filtering, EQ, de-essing,…

  • Review of the Slate Digital Virtual Mix Rack
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    Review of the Slate Digital Virtual Mix Rack - Slated for Excellence

    03/16/15

    The release of a channel strip plug-in doesn’t typically generate a lot of excitement, but it sure has in the case of Slate Digital’s Virtual Mix Rack (VMR). Slate’s hardware emulations are considered among the best in the industry, and VMR offers a flexible suite of processors in a virtual 500 series rack…

  • A channel strip that's ultra useful
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    A channel strip that's ultra useful - Review of the Eventide UltraChannel

    08/03/14

    UltraChannel is more than just your average channel strip. It also features Eventide's signature delay and modulation effects, and is almost like an entire effects collection in a single plug-in. Read on to find out more.

  • UAD API Vision Review
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    UAD API Vision Review - A Look into the Vision

    02/12/14

    Since its inception, the plug-in family for Universal Audio UAD cards has been devoted to the reproduction of analog units. And that's how UA has come to being associated with the biggest names in the audio industry: EMT, Neve, SSL, Lexicon, etc.