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Universal Audio Presents the Apollo Premium Plugins Promotion!

Universal Audio Presents the Apollo Premium Plugins Promotion!

Purchase an Apollo Audio Interface - and get FREE UAD Powered Plug-Ins from Studer, Lexicon, and Neve!

From January 1st — March 31st 2013, customers that purchase any Apollo QUAD or DUO Audio Interface with Realtime UAD Processing will be eligible to receive FREE premium UAD Powered Plug-Ins*.
There are two separate offers:
  • Purchase an Apollo QUAD Audio Interface — receive the Studer A800 Tape Recorder, Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb, and Neve 88RS Channel Strip plug-ins FREE (a $997 value!)
  • Purchase an Apollo DUO Audio Interface — receive the Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb andNeve 88RS Channel Strip plug-ins FREE (a $648 Value!)
No coupons are necessary. Plug-ins will be automatically added to your account once your new Apollo is registered.  Do you already own any of these plug-ins? No problem. Purchase and register any new Apollo and you’ll receive a single-use UAD Powered Plug-In coupon of equal value to the promotional plug-in packages ($648 or $997, respectively) — redeemable for any UAD plug-in up to and including UAD Software v.6.3.2.

*Plug-In coupons are redeemable for any UAD Powered Plug-In up to and including UAD Software v6.3.2. Apollo customers must register their new Apollo(s) before April 15th, 2013 to receive free plug-ins. All coupons must be redeemed by April 30th, 2013. This promotion is valid ONLY on newly
purchased Apollo Audio Interfaces from an Authorized UA dealer, between January 1st and March 31st 2013, and cannot be combined with UAD-2 hardware received as part of any other hardware/software promotion. All coupon redemptions are subject to UA approval. Customers who
purchased their Apollo interface in December 2012 may be eligible for this promotion and should contact UA Customer Support. Visit for more details.

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