Major Update For UAD Platform

US Version 6 adds enhanced Pro Tools compatibility, OS X Lion support and 3 new plug-ins      01/09/11

Major Update For UAD Platform


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Universal Audio has announce enhanced Pro Tools compatibility and Mac OS X Lion compatibility with their newest software release, UAD Powered Plug-Ins v6.0. Now available as a free download on the UA website for Mac and PC users worldwide, UA's new v6.0 software will ensure that UA customers running Mac OS X 10.7 will have full compatibility with their UAD Powered Plug-Ins.
For Pro Tools users, UAD software v6.0 adds many new features to streamline integration of their UAD plug-ins into their DAW experience, including:
  • UA-developed RTAS plug-ins, replacing current VST-to-RTAS Adapter
  • Full support of all Pro Tools control surfaces, including customized control layouts
  • Fully automatable plug-in parameters, with values and ranges displayed in automation lanes and on control surfaces
  • Plug-in names clearly displayed in the Pro Tools Mix and Edit windows
  • Plug-ins sorted by category in the Pro Tools plug-ins menu
  • Quick installation process
  • Many other workflow improvements
In addition to tight Pro Tools integration and support for Mac OS X Lion, UAD Powered Plug-Ins software v6.0 includes the release of the Ampex® ATR-102 Mastering Tape Recorder Plug-In, as well as Brainworx® bx_digital V2 EQ and SPL® Vitalizer MK2-T Direct Developer plug-ins. Pricing and Availability:
UAD Software v6.0 is available as a FREE download for Mac and PC users worldwide More information:


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