Universal Audio, a manufacturer of high-quality vintage audio hardware and DSP software plug-ins for digital audio workstations, today announced v5.1 of the UAD Powered Plug-Ins Software for the UAD DSP Platform. V5.1 includes the new Moog Multimode Filter plug-in for UAD-1 exclusively endorsed and officially licensed by Moog Music Inc and developed by UA. V5.1 also contains multi-core driver enhancements uniquely for the UAD-2. The Moog Multimode Filter employs UA's cutting-edge, proprietary analog filter modeling, and has an introductory price of US$199 and is available as a fully functional 14-day demo in the v5.1 download at www.uaudio.com. The Moog Multimode Filter will be available for UAD-2 in a future software release. UAD-2 owners who buy the Multimode Filter now for UAD-1 will get the UAD-2 version at no additional cost. UAD customers with outstanding UAD vouchers or coupons can redeem these against the purchase price of the full-blown Moog Multimode Filter and free additional Moog Multimode Filter SE.
Extreme distortion via 0/+20dB Input Gain, replicating MiniMoog external input
Stunningly "analog"; Self-Oscillation, Smooth Saturation, Zero Artifacts/Quantization
Enveloper Follower, Six LFO wave shapes, and DAW tempo synchronization
Mono & Stereo processing with Spacing/Offset features from Voyager
Includes Free low-DSP Multimode Filter "SE" version for high instance counts
The new Moog Multimode Filter delivers the first truly analog-sounding VCF (voltage controlled filter) emulation made for mixing, performing, creating, or destroying. The Moog Multimode Filter combines the best of Bob Moog's classic Moog Modular, Minimoog & Moogerfooger designs with select features from his final Voyager instrument. UA meticulously modeled the analog behavior of the historical 4-pole ladder filter including all of the non-linearities of the original. UA takes this analog marvel to the next level by combining a Lowpass, Bandpass, and Highpass filter in one unit, and allowing Moog's signature self oscillation and extreme resonance in any of the filter modes.