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  • 17 of 21 found this helpful.
    Missed the mark

    by M. Rody . 1 out of 5 stars

    Sorry, it was just unnecessary to develop this plugin for the UAD-2 platform. I really don't see the point in paying an extra $100 (native is $200 I believe) on a plugin that uses very little DSP resources in its native form. UAD users want unique, original plugins, such as the Massive Passive and EMT 140.

    I believe someone else commented that, if this were some cheap upgrade from the Cambridge, or an all in one Sonnox bundle, it may have been a different story. Next time, come out with something truly unique like you've done in the past. Sorry to say it UA, but you've missed the mark on this one.


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  • 10 of 13 found this helpful.
    This is sad!

    by F. Fraikin . 1 out of 5 stars

    300$ for a ( very ) old plug with not even the GML option is a tremendous shame, I've been such a big fan since the very beginning with the first UAD-1 but this move makes me wonder... I don't get it..sorry :-(


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  • 13 of 17 found this helpful.
    not recomended

    by J. Sosa . 1 out of 5 stars

    I''m sorry guy''s, but this plugin is to expensive, considering you can do the same with the Cambrige EQ. I have the cambrige EQ so why do i have to buy this one??


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  • 9 of 12 found this helpful.

    by D. Hrivnak . 1 out of 5 stars

    If you think you might like to purchase this plug-in, save yourself both money and regret by buying the Cambridge EQ instead. If you already own the Cambridge EQ, be glad that you do, and ignore this odd misstep in a long line of great products by Universal Audio.


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  • 2 of 3 found this helpful.
    not worth it

    by J. Miguel De Lellis Giurfa . 1 out of 5 stars

    If you have the Cambridge why on earth would you get this plugin. The Cambridge is amazing but for a decent prize of 150, but to pay 300 for this Oxford Plug-in. A total rip off. Doesn´t offer any AMAZING differences. If it cost 150 like the Cambridge ... then it would be like either Pizza Hut or Domino Pizza, but for 300 ... no way. Not worth the price.


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  • 5 of 8 found this helpful.

    by R. Gruber . 1 out of 5 stars

    it would be nice, when there is an upgrade offer from cambridge to oxford!!! and where is the gml option??? it´s too expensive for 2012!!!!


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  • 4 of 7 found this helpful.
    hmmmm!?

    by J. Heil . 1 out of 5 stars

    same here,

    i just do not understand why you guys do not dig deeper in
    the crate of gear history wich is still unrespresented in the digital world.

    what about...

    1. mutron bi phase
    2. ems vocoder
    3. manley variable mu

    the list could have more then twenty positions if you just step along modeling classic outboard equipment.

    i would love to hear you guys rework some of the finest analog synths aswell,
    if there is company having the skills to emulate a roland sh 101 or a elka synthex, a putney or some other modular goodies it is YOU.

    SO PLEASE DEAR MASTERS BE SERVANT!

    (:)


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  • 0 of 0 found this helpful.
    I've heard so many mixed reviews about this eq

    by A. Fuller . 1 out of 5 stars

    Honestly, I didn't hear anything special with this EQ. I don't find it as smooth as everyone is stating. I was really disappointed.


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  • 0 of 0 found this helpful.
    oxford^

    by G. Craveiro . 1 out of 5 stars

    I cannot use it because there isn´t an dll on my Powered Plug In Folder... I have to wait for your new Software Update.. 6.4 is not working with oxford...

    Guido Craveiro


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