With the recent updates to the Apollo software and firmware, Universal Audio has included a subtle — yet powerful — new feature called Flex Routing. Let's look at some ways you can utilize this cool new feature.Read More
Universal Audio’s latest UAD Software v7.1 provides elegant enhancements to the Apollo Audio Interface. Flex Routing will not only speed up your workflow, it will enrich the entire Apollo experience.Read More
For those of you lucky enough to own one of Universal Audio's tube-based hardware preamps, channel strips, or compressors, you will at some point need to deal with replacing the tubes in these units. How is this done? What tubes do you need? Read on my friends, and the answers to your questions will be revealed!Read More
What is Apollo? Apollo is a high-resolution professional audio interface with FireWire and Thunderbolt connectivity, featuring superior sound quality and Realtime UAD Processing onboard. It features built-in UAD-2 DSP Acceleration, which allows Apollo to track, mix, and master with our full library of award-winning UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins with nearly instant sub-2ms latency.Read More
As of UAD Powered Plug-Ins Software v6.0, we're happy to announce enhanced Pro Tools compatibility, streamlining the way UAD Powered Plug-Ins function in Pro Tools. Here are some frequently asked questions, outlining the powerful new combination of UAD plug-ins and Pro Tools.Read More
What is the UAD-2 Satellite?
UAD-2 Satellite is a FireWire 800/400 DSP accelerator that runs the growing library of UAD Powered Plug-Ins. UAD plug-ins are widely recognized as the highest quality tools for mixing and mastering, with an emphasis on emulations of classic analog gear.Read More
So, what exactly is the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins platform, anyway?
The UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins Platform is a range of very high-quality audio plug-ins, powered by dedicated hardware DSP accelerators (either PCIe/ExpressCard format or Firewire 400/800 format). UAD-2 plug-ins can be used in any VST, AU, or RTAS compatible audio software on Mac and PC.Read More
The UAD software drivers will support up to four UAD-2 cards installed in the same computer; however, not all computers have four available PCIe slots. Mac Pro systems only offer three PCIe slots, for example. In this situation, the only option would be to use a PCIe expansion chassis.Read More
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