AAS updates the Ultra Analog VA virtual synth
Applied Acoustics Systems has launched the second version of its Ultra Analog VA modular virtual synth.
What's new in Ultra Analog VA-2:
- Simplified and reorganized GUI with three main sections
- Addition of a compressor, limiter and equalizer
- Library with more than 600 sounds organized in categories
- Preset manager for your own sounds
- Multi-effect processor updated, includes chorus, delay, phaser, flanger, distortion, band-cut filter, wah, auto-wah and reverb
- 100 preset library by Richard Devine
The Ultra Analog VA-2 is available in VST, AU and AAX 64-bit native on Mac OS X and Windows. You can purchase it now for $149 instead of $199 for a limited time and also download a demo version at www.applied-acoustics.com. Users of v1 can get and upgrade starting $29.
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