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The UAD Software updated to v7.6

The new version of the UAD Software released today by Universal Audio adds three new plug-ins from Chandler Limited and Brainworx.

Universal Audio adds to the UAD Software for the UAD-2 and Apollo interfaces the Chandler Limited GAV19T guitar amp modelled by Brainworx. This is a two-channel all-tube amps inspired by British models. Universal Audio added an effect rack with noise gate, tempo-synced lo-fi delay, Power Soak and pre/post switchable EQ filters, as well as 75 recording chains.

This plug-in is available for $199.

 

The UAD Software v7.6 also includes version 2 of the Brainworx bx_saturator Mid/Side saturation plug-in and the bx_refinement, another Mid/Side processor that will smoother the hard edges of your mixes and master, with a Solo function that will help you head what was removed from the recording. This plug-in can also serve as an enhancer and add saturation and presence to individual tracks.

Each of these Brainworx plug-ins are available for $199.

The v7.6 update also adds improvements on Mac. You can download it now from www.uaudio.com.

 

 

 

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