Sonnox Oxford EQ For UAD-2

EQ from development partner now available for UAD-2 DSP accelerators and Apollo audio interface      03/08/12
Sonnox Oxford EQ For UAD-2


Universal Audio (UA) has announced the release of the Sonnox Oxford EQ plug-in for the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins platform. Sonnox, a highly respected UK-based audio software developer and new UAD Direct Development partner, is best known for its range of innovative mixing and mastering plug-ins -- longtime tools of choice for celebrated sound engineers and music producers worldwide.
The Sonnox Oxford EQ Plug-In, newly optimized for UAD-2 DSP Accelerators and the Apollo audio interface, incorporates the exact equalization algorithms from the Sony OXF-R3 mixing console -- regarded as one of the best-sounding mixing desks of all time. UA says that, with four selectable EQ curves covering a wide array of styles, the versatile Oxford EQ's novel coefficient generation and intelligent processing provide superior sound quality and greater artistic freedom.
Sonnox Oxford EQ Plug-In Features:
  • 5-band fully parametric EQ incorporating exact algorithms from the legendary Sony OXF-R3 digital mixing console
  • Variable HF & LF filters up to 36 dB/Octave
  • Four different EQ types -- from modern to "legacy" styles -- in a single plug-in
  • Fully de-cramped HF response
  • A/B switches (automatable)
  • Intuitive editable graphic display of all EQ/filter settings and adjustments
  • Ultra-low noise and distortion
Pricing and Availability:
Available as part of the new UAD Software v6.3 release, the Oxford EQ is available for $299 via UA's Online Store.
UAD Software v6.3 is available as a FREE download for UAD-2 and Apollo users. More information:

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