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Oxford, England, November 10, 2022 — Solid State Logic announces that its groundbreaking UF8 and UC1 controllers now support Merging Technologies’ Pyramix and Universal Audio LUNA digital audio workstation (DAW) platforms. New profiles for both Pyramix and LUNA — and many other updates — are now included in the latest SSL 360° software ecosystem update (V1.4) as well as significant new additions to software bundles, including 6-month SSL Complete subscription.
Building on its recent 4K B channel strip plug-in announcement, which is included with all UC1 hardware, Solid State Logic introduce SSL 360 V1.4°. The latest in a series of updates to SSL’s software ecosystem boasts several feature additions and enhancements based on feedback from user groups, including Follow selected DAW track, DAW Solo / Mute integration for 4K B and Channel Strip 2 plug-ins in several DAWs, UC1 Bus Compressor Meter calibration as well as new Compressor Mix, Width and Pan controls in Channel Strip 2 Plug-in and much more.
By accessing the new SSL 360° V1.4 update, users can now:
“Merging has enjoyed a long and productive relationship with Solid State Logic and we are delighted that UF8 Advanced DAW Controller can now control Pyramix,” said Chris Hollebone, Director of Pro-Sales Solutions at Merging Technologies. “Many of our customers will enthusiastically welcome this addition to the list of controllers.”
“We are thrilled to have deep integration between SSL Control Surfaces and LUNA,” said Lev Perrey, VP of Product, Universal Audio. “LUNA’s unique control surface features work best on SSL surfaces, combining to give our users record quality mixes faster than any other combination.”
Also, effective immediately, all new and existing UF8 and UC1 customers can take advantage of a free 6-month SSL Complete subscription. Users can access the free subscription via their user accounts with registered UF8 or UC1 hardware.
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