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geroyannis
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Postby geroyannis; Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:42 am

klagga wrote:And is it just me, but isn't PCI (required for UAD) on its way out?

Actually, the UAD PCI cards have been discontinued. They're PCI-Express now, which is still very popular.
surfingo
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Postby surfingo; Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:52 am

Also i do like a lot more soundtoys stuff to roland bundle
klagga
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Postby klagga; Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:11 pm

geroyannis wrote:
klagga wrote:And is it just me, but isn't PCI (required for UAD) on its way out?

Actually, the UAD PCI cards have been discontinued. They're PCI-Express now, which is still very popular.


Yeah pci-express whatever. Still not possible to put them in a laptop.
geroyannis
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Postby geroyannis; Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:05 pm

Of course you can put them in a laptop man.

http://www.uaudio.com/products/uad/uad2sl/index.html
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Postby Compyfox; Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:15 pm

lmnop wrote:BUT...can you help me make a list...


Link in sig, list not complete, too busy, kthnx.
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lmnop
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Postby lmnop; Tue Apr 06, 2010 9:36 pm

Wow, compyfox, your list is great! You have pics of the hardware and alternative plugins....I love it!!! :D
klagga
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Postby klagga; Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:09 am

geroyannis wrote:Of course you can put them in a laptop man.

http://www.uaudio.com/products/uad/uad2sl/index.html


Thanks, I admit I didn't know that UAD had a firewirecard. But it would use the one and only available firewire connection in the laptop, which I need for my firewire soundcard, so it won't work anyway.
jameslloyd
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Postby jameslloyd; Thu Apr 08, 2010 4:40 am

Just to put my 2p in,I don't think the thread is in anyway a dis to UAD.I have a UAD 1 card and love it,but I very quickly get to the point where I have used all the effects that the card can handle.Therefore I need individual back up effects so I can save the UAD for the lead parts.
Something not as expensive as UAD,but hopefully better than Steinbergs Own.
Especially compressors,EQ and a nice reverb alternative would be good too,the reverbs really eat up the cards processing.
9headshydra
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Postby 9headshydra; Thu Apr 08, 2010 5:47 am

klagga wrote:
geroyannis wrote:Of course you can put them in a laptop man.

http://www.uaudio.com/products/uad/uad2sl/index.html


Thanks, I admit I didn't know that UAD had a firewirecard. But it would use the one and only available firewire connection in the laptop, which I need for my firewire soundcard, so it won't work anyway.


you can also admit you don't even read UA website,

none any firewire solution for UAD card, but the UAD-2 laptop solo use expresscard,

:wink:
klagga
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Postby klagga; Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:55 am

9headshydra wrote:
klagga wrote:
geroyannis wrote:Of course you can put them in a laptop man.

http://www.uaudio.com/products/uad/uad2sl/index.html


Thanks, I admit I didn't know that UAD had a firewirecard. But it would use the one and only available firewire connection in the laptop, which I need for my firewire soundcard, so it won't work anyway.


you can also admit you don't even read UA website,

none any firewire solution for UAD card, but the UAD-2 laptop solo use expresscard,

:wink:


No, I certainly read the UA website. The laptop I'll buy will use the expresscard for firewire.
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Postby electro; Mon Apr 26, 2010 7:50 am

Funkybot's Evil Twin wrote:
electro wrote:You're really not able to replace

the UAD Manley Massive Passive outboard EQ,
the UAD Fatso Jr,
the UAD Harrison 32C EQ Circuit,
the UAD Moog Multimode Filter,
the UAD Neve 33609 Compressor,
the UAD Cooper Timecube,
the UAD Roland Space Echo,
the UAD Roland Dimension D,
the UAD Helios Type 69 Eq Circuit,
The UAD Neve 1073 EQ circuit,
or the UAD EMT Reverbs
and the UAD CE-1 is still the best Chorus plugin


Why do you use the word circuit when talking about the Helios and Neve EQ's? UA is just modelling filter shapes, not entire circuits.

Also, I would argue that PSP's ClassicQ does the 1073 better than UAD...

And Guido's GS-201 sounds more like a vintage RE-20 than the RE-201....

There's nothing particularly special about the Harrison other than the Auto Q....

And the Amplitube CE-1 sounds extremely close to the UA version. In fact, when I A/B'd the 2, the UA version was just a hair darker...


They don't sound that similar. UAD CE-1 is noticeably thicker.
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AndrewSimon
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Postby AndrewSimon; Mon Apr 26, 2010 1:02 pm

I am a UAD fan and I don't think they have replacements.
But I want to mention 3:

Stillwell Transient Monster
In my opinion it is better then the UAD SPL Transient Designer
I am supprised it's not on the list!

Stillwell 1973
Very sweet EQ, a little different then the UAD 1073 but just as good IMHO.

Kjaerhus MPL-1 Pro
Again not the same but I prefer it over the UAD Precision Limiter,
also not on the list.


The rest forgetaboutit.... UAD rules.


:wink:
froombosch
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Postby froombosch; Thu Jun 23, 2011 10:34 pm

electro wrote:You're really not able to replace

...
the UAD Roland Dimension D,
....



Did you already try our Dimension D replica??
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bduffy
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Postby bduffy; Thu Jun 23, 2011 11:07 pm

I'm just going to assume someone already pointed out that dlm Sixtyfive is as good (in my opinion, better) than the UAD dbx 160.
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Postby narz3000; Thu Jun 23, 2011 11:45 pm

bduffy wrote:I'm just going to assume someone already pointed out that dlm Sixtyfive is as good (in my opinion, better) than the UAD dbx 160.



You've tried both then? I have the UAD but I miss the other features.

How is the dlm? How does it handle?
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