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UA Releases Studer A800 Plug-in for UAD-2

December 17, 2010

 Universal Audio has announced the release of the groundbreaking Studer A800 Multichannel Tape Recorder plug-in for the UAD-2 platform. For more than three decades, artists and engineers alike have been drawn to the warm sound, solid punchy low-end, and overall presence of the Studer A800 Multichannel Tape Recorder - by far the most popular professional 2" multitrack tape machine ever studer a800

Modeled by UA's world-renowned DSP engineers with help from AES magnetic recording expert Jay McKnight over a 12-month period, the Studer A800 Multichannel Tape Recorder plug-in for UAD-2 is the first and only product of its kind. This plug-in faithfully models the entire tape path and circuit electronics of the hardware, plus the sounds of four distinct tape formulas.

Available for purchase via UA's Online Store, the Studer A800 Multichannel Tape Recorder plug-in sells for $349. Studer A800 Multichannel Tape Recorder Plug-In features include:
- Studer-endorsed, UA-modeled emulation of the world's most popular Multichannel Tape Recorder
- Warm, natural sound and punchy low-end response of 2" analog tape from clean, to saturated, to clipped
- Accurate A800 electronic path and magnetic tape model, including Input, Sync and Repro paths
- Four of the most popular Tape Formulas and Calibration Levels

Watch the trailer video for the Studer A800 plug-in via UA's YouTube Channel at

More information on the Studer A800 plug-in can be found at

The Studer A800 Multichannel Tape Recorder plug-in is available as part of the new UAD Software v5.8.0 release. In addition to the Studer A800 plug-in, v5.8.0 includes the Solid State Logic-authenticated SSL E Series Channel Strip and SSL® G Series Bus Compressor plug-ins, as well as highly anticipated 64-Bit Mac OS support and additional performance enhancements for all UAD-2 users on the Windows platform.

UAD Software v5.8.0 is available as a FREE download for Mac and PC users worldwide at

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