Universal Audio Introduce New Arrow Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interface
The roots of Universal Audios legacy in the development of music production in this century and last cannot be understated. Bill Putnam Sr’s classic circuit designs shaped the sound of countless classic recordings in the mid last century from Nat King Cole to the Doors, and since the rebirth of the Universal Audio brand and their development into fastidious digital recreations of some of the most iconic audio processors in recording history, they continue to have an impact on every aspect of music production from the bedroom producer all the way to Abbey Road.
The UAD-2 technology’s splicing with high-quality AD/DA in the Apollo audio interface range set a new standard for integrated workflow, and cemented Universal Audio’s place as a continuing vanguard in the Pro Audio world. It wasn’t just all about reissues and plugin emulations anymore. The quality and success of these products speak for themselves, but Universal Audio is not about to let the grass grow under their feet. Enter Universal Audio’s latest offering ‘Arrow’.
A next-generation Buss powered Thunderbolt 3 compact desktop interface with built-in UAD-2 DSP. I won’t go into much technical detail here, but the broad strokes are; 2×4 audio interface converting @24/96k Unison mic pres, real-time UAD tracking from a single onboard DSP, additional preamp models, and their famed ‘analog classics’ bundle into the bargain too. It is fair to predict that Universal Audio will once again be on to a winner with this product. The price point is right, the quality of their hardware is traditionally exemplary and the plugins on offer here out of the box are the new classic standard.
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