Universal audio

Universal Audio

If you want to set up a home or pro studio, it's hard to get started without using at least something made by Universal Audio. Making everything from pre-amps to audio interfaces to computer sound cards, they produce the essentials for recording and shaping sound. The 610 Mic Pre-Amp has been an industry standard for decades, and the 1176 Compressor can be found in almost every major recording studio. Founded by Bill Putnam in Chicago in the 1950s, Universal Audio revolutionized the world of mixing consoles, equalizers and effects processing. The company has continues to adapt with the times and innovate still, producing digital recording hardware, such as the UAD-2, and software along with timeless analog pieces.

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Universal Audio

Universal Audio is one of the music industry’s leading studio brands, providing top of the range audio interfaces for commercial studios, backed by some of the best plugins currently on the market.

Short History of Universal Audio

Universal Audio was founded in 1958 by Bill Putnam Sr., the favourite engineer of big names like Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Ray Charles and many more. Not only that, he was a passionate innovator and is responsible for many studio and equipment designs we now take for granted.

Among his great list of achievements, Putnam was the inventor of the modern recording console, the Multi-band audio equaliser, the vocal booth and the first engineer to use artificial reverberation in commercial recording.

In 1999, Universal Audio was Re-founded by Bill’s sons, with 2 main goals: to faithfully reproduce classic analog recording equipment in the tradition of their father; and to design new digital recording tools in with the sound and spirit of vintage analog technology.

Since then they have built a range of hugely successful audio interfaces, a library of authentic software recreations of vintage hardware and powerful DSP hardware.

It’s from these illustrious beginnings that Universal Audio are perfectly placed to not only recreate the revered tools of the past, but to also create the classic gear of the future.

Universal Audio Apollo

The Apollo series has become the gold standard in professional recording interfaces; providing the best in A/D and D/A conversion with the feel and the sound of classic analogue recording. There's now a wide range of interface options to suit your needs and budget. Whether you're looking for Thunderbolt interfaces or USB interfaces, desktop or rackmount, you're still getting UA's amazing conversion, innovative Unison Preamps and powerful on-board DSP

UAD-2 DSP Hardware

The UAD2 Series offers a range of powerful DSP processing hardware so that you can take full advantage of UA plugins and others without it affecting performance of your recording system. Available in Duo, Quad or Octo core versions, choose the right amount of power to match your setup.

The Arrow

If you're a project studio owner on a budget, or a seasoned pro that needs a UA interface thats compact and durable, the Universal Audio Arrow offers the full experience in a compact interface under £500... Absolutely amazing value!

Universal Audio Plugins

Universal Audio are not just known for their hardware! Their fantastic range of industry leading plugins offer some of the best recreations of classic hardware units, Fender Amps and preamp emulations for their Unison preamps. UAD plugins can only be powered by the built in DSP of UAD hardware, But they are well worth it...even more incentive to get a Universal Audio setup in your studio!

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Universal Audio (company)

For the former company, see Universal Audio. For the album by The Delgados, see Universal Audio (album).

Audio equipment manufacturer

Universal Audio is a designer and importer of audio signal processing hardware and DSP software founded in 1958 by Bill Putnam (→Universal Audio). The current incarnation of the company was re-established in 1999 by brothers Bill Putnam, Jr. and Jim Putnam. Universal Audio merged with Kind of Loud Technologies to "...reproduce classic analog recording equipment designed by their father and his colleagues," and "...research and design new recording tools in the spirit of vintage analog technology."[1][2] The founder's son, Bill Putnam Jr. is CEO.

Universal Audio replicates modern versions of vintage UREI and Teletronix designs. Universal Audio also designs and imports DSP cards and audio plugins for music production on the UAD-2 platform.[3] The company has won several TEC Award awards[4][5] and a FutureMusic Platinum award.

History[edit]

Original Company[edit]

Universal Audio, Inc. was founded alongside the United Recording Corporation by Bill Putnam Sr. in 1958. Putnam’s intention was for Universal Audio to serve as United’s manufacturing arm with the company initially operating out of the United Recording premises at 6050 Sunset Boulevard. During its first few years Universal Audio produced a number of tube-based audio processors, the most famous being the 610 preamplifier.[6]

In 1961, United Recording acquired Studio Supply Co. and rebranded it as the Studio Electronics Corporation (SEC). The focus of SEC was the creation of fully-fledged studio systems built around the equipment produced by Universal Audio. In October, 1961, all manufacturing was moved to Western Recorders, a nearby company in which United Recording had gained a majority stake.[7]

While Universal Audio as a company was eventually absorbed by Studio Electronics in December, 1965, the brand itself continued with individual products retaining the Universal Audio label. This merger also coincided with another relocation, this time to a 8,100 square foot premises at 11922 Valerio Street in North Hollywood.[8]

Studio Electronics acquired two additional brands in 1967: Teletronix and Waveforms. The acquisition of Teletronix from Babcock allowed SEC to begin production of the popular LA-2A compressor.[9] Waveforms on the other hand expanded the product catalog into the area of precision audio test instruments.[10] In light of these acquisitions, and in the anticipation of more, SEC was rebranded as United Recording Electronics Industries (UREI). Products would continue to carry their own brand names alongside the UREI badge until the mid-1970s, at which point the Universal Audio label was removed from Revision H of the 1176 compressor.[11]

As part of Putnam's sale of United Western Recorders, UREI was acquired by JBL in 1984. JBL released a number of products, primarily equalizers, with the UREI label.

Revival[edit]

In 1999, Universal Audio (UA) was reestablished by Bill and Jim Putnam, the sons of Bill Putnam, Sr. A software-based sister company, Kind of Loud Technologies, was also co-founded by Bill Putnam, Jr. and Jonathan Abel, who had met at Stanford through the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. The two companies merged to offer both virtual emulations of audio equipment from a range of manufacturers, including products from the original UA and Teletronix, as well as hardware re-issues of classic Universal Audio and Teletronix recording products.

Products[edit]

The first product introduced by the re-established Universal Audio in 1999 was a re-issue of the 1176LN. The original design was reproduced and revised thanks to the extensive design notes left by Bill Putnam.[7] The company subsequently re-issued an updated version of the Teletronix LA-2A.[12]

UA introduced its line of Apollo audio interfaces in 2012. These interfaces offered onboard DSP that allowed signals to be monitored in realtime through UA plugins. Subsequent models of Apollo also incorporated a technology called Unison, which improved the authenticity of preamp emulations by matching both the impedance of the original hardware as well as its gain level "sweet spots".[13]

At Winter NAMM 2020, UA announced that it would expand its Console software into a fully-featured DAW called LUNA. The software will be freely available to all owners of Thunderbolt Apollo interfaces.

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