MESSE 2014: TC Plans Powered Plug-Ins

TC Electronic announces development plans for Universal Audio's UAD platform      12/03/14

MESSE 2014: TC Plans Powered Plug-Ins


TC Electronic has announced future development of its legendary audio tools for Universal Audio's acclaimed UAD Powered Plug-Ins Platform at the show.

Thomas Valter, VP of Business Management, Broadcast & Production, told us, "Our audio signal processing has been regarded as world-leading for decades whether in the form of hardware or software. We are very excited to able to offer genuine TC Electronic processing to users of the UAD platform. Our effect processing tools have been in heavy demand for some time in a plug-in format, and we feel that now is time to take this significant next step for our plug-ins portfolio."

"We're pleased to add TC Electronic to our growing list of Direct Developers for UAD-2," says Bill Putnam Jr., CEO and Founder of Universal Audio. "Their decades-long commitment to high quality and innovation with their effects line will give our customers more choices for their music projects."

The companies have agreed on a partnership, but release dates, prices other product-specific details are to be announced at a later time.

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