UAD-2 Live Rack is a robust 16-channel MADI effects processor that allows live sound engineers to craft studio-quality mixes using Realtime UAD Processing and industry-leading UAD plug-ins ? including Antares Auto-Tune Realtime ? right out of the box.
Built to withstand the rigors of live sound, users can chain up to four UAD-2 Live Rack units for up to 64 channels of MADI signal processing.
6-channel MADI effects processor for live mixing w/ Realtime UAD QUAD Core Processing and UAD plug-ins
Process with acclaimed UAD Powered Plug-Ins while mixing live sound ? including no latency pitch correction with Antares Auto-Tune Realtime
Includes a suite of UAD plug-ins including Antares Auto-Tune Realtime, Teletronix LA-2A and 1176 compressors, Pultec EQs, and more
Allows use of any licensed UAD plug-in(s) in users? UAD accounts*
Combine 4 units for up to 64 channels of Optical MADI signal processing
Store configuration Snapshot files for easy recall of all show settings
Load Snapshot configurations via MIDI or Soundcraft Vi CUE function
Connects to Soundcraft Vi consoles via Ethernet for Snapshot CUE control
Thunderbolt 3 connectivity for Macs (for plug-in control only)
Apple Mac computer with available Thunderbolt 3 port
MacOS 10.13.3 High Sierra
Thunderbolt 3 cable for each UAD-2 Live Rack unit
(2) single MADI Optical SC cables or (1) Duplex MADI Optical SC cable for each UAD-2 Live Rack unit
MADI optical SC signal source & return (e.g., digital mixing console)
Internet connection to download software and authorize UAD plug-ins
Six gigabytes available storage
Cables and adapters are not included
Thunderbolt 1 or 2 Mac can be used with appropriate adapters and cables
Multi-unit setups cannot use duplex (paired) MADI cables
UAD-2 Live Rack is compatible with the MADI standard protocol (AES10) via optical SC connections. Although coaxial MADI cannot be connected directly, UAD-2 Live Rack is expected to operate with any digital audio device with MADI optical I/O using proper converters, cabling and/or adapters (such as the optical I/O of a MADI coaxial converter).
For complete compatibility information, please visit help.uaudio.com