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Apollo Dream Studio Promotion

Get Up to $3,500 in UAD plug-ins from Studer, Lexicon, AKG, Pultec, Fairchild and more! Ends August 31th, 2017.

For a limited time, buy any award-winning Apollo rackmount audio interface and get an analog dream studio filled with up to $3500 of genuine UAD plug-ins from Studer, Lexicon, AKG, Pultec, Fairchild, Teletronix, and more! That’s right — from April 1 through August 31th — there’s never been a better time to upgrade to Apollo, the world’s most acclaimed professional recording interfaces for Thunderbolt- and Firewire-based Mac and Windows studios. Apollo boasts industry-leading A/D and D/A conversion. And with its onboard DSP processing, you can track through authentic UAD analog emulation plug-ins with near-zero latency -- regardless of your audio software’s buffer size, and without taxing your host computer’s CPU. It’s like having all the processors of a dream vintage analog studio, right in your rack.

No coupons or redemption codes are necessary. The promotional plug-ins will be automatically added to your account once you register your new Apollo 8, 8p, 16 or Apollo FireWire unit. Already own any of the promotional plug-ins? No problem. Purchase and register a new Apollo rackmount interface and you’ll be able to pick from a group of alternate plug-in(s)* on the UA website.
For more information, please visit: www.uaudio.com/apollo-dream-studio

* Details and Limitations

This promotion is valid for any new Apollo rackmount audio interface (Apollo 8 DUO/QUAD, Apollo 8p, Apollo 16, Apollo FireWire) purchased from an authorized UA dealer between April 1st and August 31th, 2017. All promotional fulfillment, including alternate plug-ins, are subject to approval by Universal Audio. Apollo rackmount customers must register their new interface(s) before July 15th, 2017 to receive free plug-ins. Customers who are offered alternate plug-ins will be able to choose from a select list of UA-developed plug-in titles only and will be notified via email upon registration of their new Apollo.