WNAMM10: Universal Audio Announces Partnership With Dunlop

US MXR and Dunlop effects will be coming to the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins platform      15/01/10

WNAMM10: Universal Audio Announces Partnership With Dunlop


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Universal Audio has announced a partnership with Dunlop, a leading manufacturer of guitar stompboxes and studio-oriented effects under the Dunlop and MXR brands. Under this partnership, Universal Audio will deliver a range of unique and classic effects to the ever-growing family of plug-ins available on the UAD-2 platform.
"Dunlop and MXR have innovated and defined classic effects sounds for decades," said Matt Ward, President of Universal Audio. "We hope to extend this reputation by painstakingly modeling authentic Dunlop and MXR effects for the UAD-2 platform. Guitarists and producers have embraced these effects for decades, so we're very happy about this partnership."
"Universal Audio and Dunlop Manufacturing both have a commitment to maintaining a tradition of true analog gear for musicians,"
commented Jimmy Dunlop, Vice President of Dunlop. "When it came time to create plug-ins of our classic electronics, we knew there was only one company to turn to. We know our customers will be pleased with the level of quality and performance that UA will be offering."
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