Moog Multimode Filter XL and Oto Biscuit For UAD 9.1

Plus SSL 4000E, Brainworx Sub Harmonics and Fuch Overdrive      15/03/17

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Universal Audio have just released yet another update to their plug-in collection with the UAD 9.1 update. It adds five new plug-ins, and also multi-unit (up to 3) Thunderbolt support for Windows 10.

Softube have added the Oto Biscuit 8 bit FX machine, a quirky and unique character effect:

And a new Moog Multimode Filter XL plug-in

These plug-ins are now available for purchase at the UAD plug-in store via your UAD account, once you have downloaded the new 9.1 update.

Details on the new plug-ins

 

  • SSL® 4000 E Channel Strip Collection -- an exacting end-to-end circuit emulation far beyond UA's original standard-defining SSL 4000 E Channel Strip plug-in
  • Moog Multimode Filter Collection -- gives electronic producers unlimited creative potential, from melodic and polyrhythmic pattern programing to random chaos and cacophony
  • Softube OTO BISCUIT 8-bit Effects Plug-In -- for electronic producers and sound designers, allows for creative mangling of sources on a bit-per-bit level
  • Brainworx bx_subsynth Subharmonic Synthesizer -- for electronic producers and DJs, takes its sonic cues from the iconic dbx 120XP Subharmonic Synthesizer
  • Fuchs Overdrive Supreme 50 Amplifier Plug-In – additional Unison offering for guitarists, expertly captures all the nuances and tube tone of this legendary amp

 

 


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