New UA Plug-Ins Include A Vocoder

GB Universal Audio releases new titles from Softube, AMS Neve and Brainworx      12/11/18

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Universal Audio has announced the release of UAD Software v9.7. Alongside the new Lexicon 480L Digital Reverb and Effects plug-in, this latest software release also offers plug-in titles from UA’s direct developer partners Softube, AMS Neve, and Brainworx. Here's the details direct from UA...

Softube Vocoder
Vocoders have been used to stunning effect, transforming human voices into various forms of robot speak on hits by Herbie Hancock, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, Afrika Bambaataa, and countless modern producers. Developed by Softube, exclusively for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces, the Softube Vocoder plug-in takes its sonic cues from the best analog vocoders of the past, while adding new features to take the iconic effect into the future.

Softube Vocoder Plug-In — Key Features:

  • Generates iconic robotic vocal textures with classic analog vocoder tone
  • 12-voice polyphonic carrier synth with multiple waveforms and selectable octave
  • Freeze function can be DAW-synced to clock division, or controlled via MIDI
  • Variable bands (4, 8, 12, 16, 20) offering vintage to modern vocoding effects
  • Notes and chords can be entered in real time with the built-in keyboard or via MIDI

 

AMS Neve DFC Channel Strip
The AMS Neve Digital Film Console is the ultimate, purpose-built console for multi-format film dubbing and TV post production. Used to mix Oscar-winning soundtracks and countless hit TV shows, the AMS Neve DFC resides in the world’s leading post-production houses, most notably Skywalker Sound and Warner Bros. facilities. Available exclusively for UAD-2 and UA Audio Interfaces, the AMS Neve DFC Channel Strip plug-in offers access to the exact same DSP algorithms from the leading modern post-production console.

AMS Neve DFC Channel Strip Plug-In — Key Features:

  • Access the sound of the AMS Neve Digital Film Console channel strip, the same used in the world's premier motion picture facilities
  • Four bands of fully parametric EQ, plus two bands of 4th-order filtering
  • Compressor, Limiter, Expander, Gate, and Dynamic EQ

 

Suhr SE100 Amplifier
Developed by Brainworx and fully endorsed by John Suhr, the Suhr SE100 Amplifier plug-in perfectly captures the original amplifier's tonal array, expertly emulating its custom "plexi-style" transformers and EL34-powered output section. The Suhr SE100 Amplifier plug-in is available exclusively for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces.

Suhr SE100 Amplifier Plug-In — Key Features:

  • Exacting emulation of the original Suhr SE100 tube amp, authenticated and endorsed by John Suhr and Doug Aldrich
  • 120 advanced Impulse Responses (IR) to catch all styles and genres from high-gain to creamy-clean sounds
  • FX Rack includes host-syncable lo-fi delay, noise gate, tight and smooth filters, and power soak with pre and power amp bypass
  • Physical input impedance and hands-on gain staging with Unison™ technology


Pricing and Availability:
Softube Vocoder — $199
AMS Neve DFC Channel Strip — $299
Suhr SE100 Amplifier — $149* (*$99 for owners of Suhr PT100 Amplifier Plug-In)

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