UA Launches Most Powerful Version Of UAD-2 To Date

Quad Omni (v5.7) DSP accelerator package makes its debut      05/10/10

Universal Audio has announced the release of the new UAD-2 QUAD Omni (v5.7) DSP Accelerator Package. Here's what they have to say about it...
The UAD-2 QUAD Omni (v5.7) is Universal Audio's most powerful and flexible processing hardware -- packaged with UA's most complete plug-in bundle for professional power users. Specifically, the UAD-2 QUAD Omni (v5.7) gives producers and engineers 50 award-winning UAD Powered Plug-Ins on Mac or PC -- saving thousands of dollars versus buying the plug-ins individually. The PCIe card features four Analog Devices SHARC chips to "power" the world's finest analog emulation plug-ins, including classics from Manley, Neve, Roland, BOSS, dbx, Empirical Labs, EMT, Fairchild, Harrison, Helios, Little Labs, Pultec, SPL, Teletronix and more.

The UAD-2 QUAD Omni (v5.7) DSP Accelerator Package features:
  • Flagship quad-processor DSP Accelerator Card for UAD Powered Plug-Ins on Mac or PC
  • Access the world's finest emulations of analog classics: Manley, Neve, Roland, BOSS, dbx, Empirical Labs, EMT, Fairchild, Harrison, Helios, Little Labs, Pultec, SPL, Teletronix and more
  • Includes 50 plug-ins from UAD software releases up to and including v5.7, plus a $100 Plug-In Voucher redeemable from UA's Online Store
  • Save $4000+ versus buying the plug-ins individually
  • Run large, professional mixes in Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, Performer and more -- without taxing host computer CPU
  • Available for purchase from authorized UA Dealers worldwide
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