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Based on the 610 tube mic pre and EQ used to record mega stars from Frank Sinatra to Eddie Van Halen and...
Classic vacuum-tube preamp sound in a DI box.
Whether you're an amateur enthusiast with a home setup or a veteran in the industry, making the best of your production talents starts with equipping yourself with the finest pro audio gear, and for that, you don't need to look any further than Universal Audio. These days, it has never been so easy to capture an incredible musical moment with crystal-clear quality, and all you have to do is browse Universal Audio's extensive catalog of sound equipment to get an idea of how far we've actually come.
So what does Universal Audio have in store for you? There's plenty of options, but if it's a mic preamp that you want, go with the 4-710d 4-channel mic preamp. Containing four hybrid/solid state preamps and 1176-style compressors, this boutique-quality preamp is incredibly versatile, and overall ideal for a wide array of mic and instrument sources. While you're at it, check out the Apollo Twin DUO with Realtime UAD processing. Delivering legendary analog studio sound and feel, this high-resolution desktop recording interface features Unison technology to give you the tone of the most sought-after tube and solid-state mic preamps.
Now, for those who crave classic, vintage tube warmth, you owe it to yourself to try the LA-610 Mk II. One of Universal Audio's most popular items, this industry-standard channel strip is a re-working of the original 2005 LA-610 design, but with additional features, including true compressor bypass, larger metering, an improved output signal, and much more. From Sinatra to Van Halen, the original UA 610 has been used to record many iconic artists, and thanks to the many modern advances in electronics, it's a sound that will continue to be enjoyed for countless years to come.
When renowned engineer Bill Putman founded Universal Audio in 1958, it didn't take long before his company was an award-winning leader in the development of cutting-edge pro audio products. Today, Universal Audio's team continues to uphold Putnam's commitment to innovation, and within this section you'll find more than enough examples to prove how dedicated they are to your passion for recording.