SCOTTS VALLEY, CA • July 9, 2013 — Universal Audio's latest UAD Software v7.1 provides elegant enhancements to the Apollo Audio Interface. Key among them is Flex Routing, which allows inputs to be routed to hardware outputs, headphone bus routing, as well as selectable pre/post Aux send. Flex Routing not only speeds up workflow, it adds another level of flexibility for Apollo and Apollo 16 users in studio and live situations.
New Apollo Flex Routing features include:
- Route up to eight Console channel inputs to hardware outputs* with optional monitor mirroring
- Apollo headphone mix buses can be mirrored to any hardware output
- Pre/post fader switching for Aux mix buses
- Vertical resizing of the Console application window
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*Hardware outputs include analog, ADAT, S/PDIF, and AES/EBU
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Powered by Universal Audio's popular UAD-2 DSP Accelerator hardware and Apollo Audio Interfaces, UAD Powered Plug-Ins offer the world's most authentic analog hardware emulations and award-winning audio plug-ins on Mac and PC. UAD plug-ins deliver rich, analog sound quality that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with native recording systems.
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Founded in 1958 by recording pioneer Bill Putnam Sr., and refounded in 1999 by Bill Putnam Jr., Universal Audio is best known for its classic, hand-built analog hardware and advanced UAD Digital Signal Processing technology for recording, mixing, and mastering audio. Headquartered in Scotts Valley, California, UA is focused on merging the best of vintage analog and modern digital technology, following its rich recording heritage and motto, “Analog Ears. Digital Minds.” www.uaudio.com