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Universal Audio Launches TDM Plugs V1.2Supports Pro Tools 6.4, HD Accel and D-Control (June 21, 2004)
Universal Audio, a manufacturer of high-quality vintage audio hardware and DSP software plug-ins for digital audio workstations, today added extended support of the Digidesign Pro Tools platform with the 1.2 software release, available as a download from www.uaudio.com.
TDM v1.2 is a free upgrade for existing Universal Audio customers who already own one of UA's classic TDM plug-ins: the 1176LN/SE, LA-2A Compressor/Limiters or the Pultec EQP-1A vintage EQ.
"UA has been working hard to update and continue to develop our classic TDM plug-in suite to full compatibility with the latest Digidesign hardware, tactile-control systems and Pro Tools software releases." commented Mike Barnes, UA's Director of Marketing.
"Version 1.2 integrates full support for Pro Tools 6.4, and the Accel DSP card which allows us to offer not only significantly more plug-in instances, but also 96k support for our most sophisticated emulations such as the 1176LN compressor."
"UA's extensive experience with analog and digital design continues to allow them to deliver excellent vintage modeling and all-new processing algorithms for TDM plug-ins. Their latest offerings for the HD and HD Accel platforms are great additions for our customers," said Dave Lebolt, General Manager of Digidesign.
TDM Version 1.2 is also available as a free 14-day demo download featuring all of UA's TDM plug-ins at http://www.uaudio.com/forms/sbd_demo.html
About Universal Audio
Founded in 1999 and based in Santa Cruz, California, Universal Audio is best known for its vintage analog reproductions and advanced Digital Signal Processing technology. The company is focused on merging the best of analog and digital technology. The company is devoted to this endeavor, following its motto, Analog Ears, Digital Minds. http://www.uaudio.com.
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