We love the Universal Apollo Twin here at RDM towers, it’s combination of inputs, outputs, sound quality, build quality, features and price make it perhaps the perfect interface if you don’t need vast swathes of I/O. Is ‘vast swathes’ a tautology? Does it even matter? Possibly time to move it along; I’m suffering a bit from blog-based burnout after yesterday’s furious product announcements… Let’s just crack on with the Universal Audio Apollo Twin plugin deal!
UA Apollo Twin Free Plugins!
Okay, on with the interesting part. If you buy an Apollo Twin while it’s still 2015, you get some free plugins. That’s it. Once you register your Apollo Twin, the free plugins will appear as if by magic in your account, ready to get to work on your next compositions, productions and mixes.
What if you’ve been using the UAD system for a while and already own one of the plugins? Not a problem, you’ll receive a voucher to the value of the plugin that you can put towards something else!
What free plugins do I get?
Allow me to reveal:
If you buy an Apollo Twin Solo, you’ll receive the EMT Plate 140 and Bermuda Triangle Distortion plugins. Buy a Duo – either Thunderbolt or USB – and you can add the UA610A Preamp and EQ to that as well.
Not bad, really, is it? Add those to the real-time analogue classics plugins that you get for buying an Apollo Twin, and you’re starting out with a good set of tools.
So, stop reading, grab your Apollo Twin today (or certainly by December 31st!) and get creating!
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