Product Details
UAD-2 Satellite TB OCTO Core

ThunderBolt DSP Processor with Analog Classics

The UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerator is a sleek, powerful way for Thunderbolt-equipped Mac and Windows 10 users to “supercharge” their systems and run larger mixes filled with acclaimed UAD plug-ins. This convenient desktop unit gives you full access to UA's award-winning plug-in library, including exclusive titles from Studer, Lexicon, Neve, and more.

Product Details

UAD-2 Custom Powered Plug-ins with TB OCTO DSP
 

The Universal Audio UAD-2 Satellite USB TB Core will shift your music production into high gear. UA's next-gen DSP accelerator rocks eight SHARC processors that deliver a massive DSP boost for running huge professional mixes. Run UAD Powered plug-ins via your computer's USB connection for immediate access to the world's most authentic analog emulation plug-ins with juiced performance at higher sample rates and reduced plug-in latency. What's more, you can access over 90 optional plug-ins from Ampex, Lexicon, Studer, Neve, and more. Turbocharge your studio with Universal Audio's UAD-2 Satellite TB OCTO Core.
Technical Specification
Height 1.75"
Width 7"
Depth 6.75"
Weight 2.24 lbs.
OS Requirements - Mac OS X 10.10 or later
OS Requirements - PC Windows 10 64-bit Anniversary update or later
Hardware Requirements - Mac Quad Core i7 or higher, Thunderbolt Port, 6GB Disk Space
Hardware Requirements - PC Quad Core i7 or higher, Thunderbolt 3 port, Thunderbolt 2 adapter (not included for PC), 6GB Disk Space
Connectivity Type Thunderbolt
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