SPL & Brainworx To Produce Plug-Ins For UAD-2

Agreement opens UAD DSP platform to select 3rd party developers via software development kit      03/03/11

SPL & Brainworx To Produce Plug-Ins For UAD-2

Universal Audio (UA) has announced an agreement wherein two German-based companies, SPL (Sound Performance Lab) and Brainworx, will become 3rd party audio plug-in developers for the award-winning UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform. Here's what they have to say about it...
SPL and Brainworx, two of the audio industry's most respected brands, are also working with Universal Audio to finalize a software development kit (SDK) that will allow other select developers of professional audio plug-ins to create software for the UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform, and to sell these plug-ins via UA's online store.
"We're extremely happy to have two of the most innovative, and forward-looking brands in professional audio now developing software directly for the UAD platform," commented Matt Ward, president of Universal Audio. "Having SPL and Brainworx onboard will give our users a whole new range of high-quality plug-ins in the very near future."
"We're thrilled that UA asked us to help develop the new UAD-2 platform SDK and release our most desirable plug-ins for the UAD-2 system,"
says Dirk Ulrich, CEO of Brainworx and Head of SPL Software. "Re-entering the platform with our own series of Analog Code plug-ins -- after a very successful cooperation with UA on the Transient Designer plug-in several years ago -- was the logical next step for SPL. We believe that UAD-2 users will love our latest creations."
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