UA Releases Brainworx Millennia NSEQ-2 Powered Plug-In

US Parametric EQ for UAD platform and Apollo audio interfaces      10/07/13

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UA has released the Brainworx Millennia NSEQ-2 Parametric EQ plug-in for the UAD platform and Apollo audio interfaces. Here's the details in their own words...

A mainstay in many of the world's leading studios and mastering houses, the Millennia NSEQ-2 Parametric EQ is revered for its startling realism and transparent musicality. UAD direct developer Brainworx has now put this high-end EQ at your fingertips with the Millennia NSEQ-2 Plug-In for the UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform and Apollo Audio Interfaces.

By perfectly emulating Millennia's exclusive Twin Topology circuit and pure Class A transformerless circuitry, the Millennia NSEQ-2 plug-in offers a less-is-more approach to the audio chain, yielding a powerful, sonically neutral, analog EQ that brims with spectacular clarity. With the ability to switch between an all-triode 300-volt vacuum tube signal path, and an all-discrete JFET solid-state signal path, you're afforded two distinctly different EQs, each with colossal amounts of headroom and an array of sonic flavors and colors.


Millennia NSEQ-2 Plug-In features include:

  • Faithful model of the legendary Millennia NSEQ-2 Class A Twin Topology (Vacuum Tube and Discrete Solid State) Parametric Equalizer.
  • Switch between tube and solid state topologies.
  • New features such as M/S (mid/side) mode, Link mode, and an Output Trim control.
  • Fully parametric stereo EQ with unprecedented sonic purity & integrity.
  • Developed for the UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform by Brainworx.


Requires UAD-2 DSP Accelerator Card or Apollo Interface.
Download the new UAD v7.1 Software here: www.uaudio.com/support/uad/71.html

Pricing and Availability:

Available for purchase via UA's Online Store for $299, the Millennia NSEQ-2 plug-in is part of the new UAD Software v7.1-- which also includes the Pultec Passive EQ Collection and new Flex Routing for the Apollo Audio Interface.

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