WNAMM12: Sonnox Becomes A UA Direct Development Partner

UAD-2 powered plug-ins platform to feature premium mixing and mastering software from Sonnox      19/01/12

WNAMM12: Sonnox Becomes A UA Direct Development Partner

Universal Audio (UA) has welcomed Sonnox as Direct Developers for the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins platform. This partnership will bring Sonnox's mixing and mastering plug-ins to UAD-2 DSP Accelerator hardware.
Based in Oxfordshire in the United Kingdom, Sonnox's uncompromising emphasis on quality, design, and flexibility have made their mixing and mastering plug-ins the tools of choice for quality-conscious sound engineers and producers. With Universal Audio's software development kit, Sonnox will be able to directly create software for the UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform, and to sell these plug-ins via UA's online store.
Matt Ward, President of Universal Audio, told Sonic State, "We're glad to add Sonnox to our growing list of Direct Developers for UAD-2. The clarity and precision that is synonymous with their audio production plug-ins will give our customers unique choices for their music projects."
Rod Densham, Managing Director at Sonnox, had this to say, "We're excited that Universal Audio chose our award-winning mixing and mastering plug-ins to be added to their UAD-2 platform. We're impressed with commitment to the quality of the software available on their platform, and looking forward to including our best plug-ins on UAD-2 in the near future."
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