Universal Audio has announced the release of UAD Software v9.3, featuring plug-in titles from UA's direct developer partners. Here's the details in their own words...
Dytronics Cyclosonic Panner
Developed by Softube, and available exclusively for UAD hardware and Apollo interfaces, the Dytronics Cyclosonic Panner plug-in is an exacting emulation of the ultra-rare, revolutionary analog auto-panner introduced in 1984. Famous for deep panning and modulation effects, and imparting instant vibe and stereo character to any source, the Dytronics Cyclosonic Panner plug-in's bi-directional "Round Sound" panning yields a 3D sound stage unlike any other auto-panner available.
Dytronics Cyclosonic Panner Plug-In Key Features:
Sonnox Oxford Dynamic EQ
Developed by Sonnox, the Sonnox Oxford Dynamic EQ plug-in for UAD hardware and Apollo interfaces offers high-level control over the frequency content of audio, helping tackle the most demanding production challenges during mixing or mastering.
The first dynamic EQ on the UAD platform, the Sonnox Oxford Dynamic EQ plug-in is an excellent alternative to multiband compression, allowing producers and engineers to sculpt and shape sources with unending precision.
Sonnox Oxford Dynamic EQ Plug-In Key Features:
ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier
Developed by Brainworx and available exclusively for UAD hardware and Apollo interfaces, the ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier plug-in expertly captures all of the punishing, beastly punch of ENGL's most diabolical high-gain amp. The ENGL Savage 120 plug-in not only captures the intense crunch and distortion of the original amp, it adds 100 high-end recording chains as well as onboard vintage delay, noise gate, and lo/hi pass filters for further tone shaping.
The ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier plug-in also features Unison™ technology for Apollo interfaces. This means Apollo user's guitar pickups will see the exact impedance load as if they're plugged into an ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier-- a feature found only on Apollo audio interfaces.
ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier Plug-In Key Features:
AMS RMX16 Expanded
The AMS RMX16 was the world's first microprocessor-controlled, full-bandwidth, digital reverb. From U2 and Peter Gabriel to Radiohead and Rihanna, the unique and lush reverb programs of the RMX16 are instantly recognizable.
Developed by AMS Neve and available exclusively for UAD hardware and Apollo interfaces, the new AMS RMX16 Expanded Digital Reverb plug-in captures the expansive shimmer of the original hardware, and adds nine rare, custom programs, doubling the sonic possibilities of the original UAD AMS RMX16 plug-in.
Featuring 810 ms of delay, brighter rooms, and variations of the legendary RMX16 Nonlin, Reverse, and Plate reverbs, the new AMS RMX16 Expanded Digital Reverb plug-in is a powerful update to this iconic studio tool.
AMS RMX16 Expanded Plug-In Key Features:
Pricing and Availability:
Dytronics Cyclosonic Panner -- $149
Sonnox Oxford Dynamic EQ -- $249
ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier -- $149 ($99 for owners of any other UAD ENGL plug-in))
AMS RMX16 Expanded -- $349 ($49 for owners of previous AMS RMX16 plug-in)
A quick look and listen to the new Studio Electronics collab
We take a look at the new Novation Polysynth
Tomek Shows Off All 6 of XAOC's new modules