Universal Audio is back with its annual end-of-year promotion. Until December 31, you can purchase and register a UA Apollo X or Apollo FireWire audio interface, and get a UAD-2 Satellite DSP Accelerator for free! Indeed, this is one of the finer audio interface deals you can jump onto between November and December. However, it is entirely up to you decide whether buying into the manufacturer’s vast ecosystem of DSP-driven plug-ins is the right investment.
Universal Audio Apollo + UAD-2 Satellite DSP Accelerator promo
The promotion is laid out as follows:
- Buy an Apollo x16 or x8p audio interface and get the UAD-2 Satellite OCTO Thunderbolt 3 (worth USD 1200).
- Buy an Apollo x8 or x6 audio interface and get the UAD-2 Satellite QUAD Thunderbolt 3 (worth USD 800).
- Buy the Apollo Firewire audio interface (while supplies last) and get the UAD-2 Satellite QUAD Firewire (worth USD 800).
Here, you can read more about the Apollo X-series audio interfaces.
Also note that the offer includes the UAD Analog Classics Plus bundle, worth USD 999. It comprises the following plug-ins:
- UA 610-B
- Fairchild 670 Legacy
- Precision Enhancer Hz
- UA 1176LN Legacy
- UA 1176SE Legacy
- Pultec EQP-1A Legacy
- Pultec-Pro Legacy
- Teletronix LA-2A Legacy
- Precision Channel Strip (Precision Mix Rack Collection)
- Precision Reflection Engine (Precision Mix Rack Collection)
- Precision Delay Mod (Precision Mix Rack Collection)
- Precision Delay Mod L (Precision Mix Rack Collection)
- RealVerb Pro
The offer is good until December 31, 2020 and is valid for new purchases only. Note that purchases made on eBay do not qualify for the promotion. The units can be procured from all Universal Audio dealers worldwide, such as Thomann (affiliate link). Note that the UAD-2 Satellite DSP Accelerator ships directly from UA for the United States, Canada, Japan, UK, and EU countries. Shipping may take up to 8 weeks. You are eligible for delivery once you register your new Apollo interface and fill out a form.
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