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January 19, 2005
Roland Corporation and Universal Audio today announced a licensing agreement between their two companies. Under the terms of this agreement, Universal Audio will develop, market and sell plug-in emulations of classic Roland processors for UA's UAD-1 DSP card.
The first three Roland products to be released as UAD-1 plug-ins, the Dimension D Chorus, the CE-1 Chorus and the Roland RE-201 Space Echo, will be made available to customers over the course of 2005.
Universal Audio plans to release the Dimension D to the UAD-1 user base in the second quarter of 2005. The CE-1 chorus will follow in Q3 and the RE-201will be release in Q4, 2005.
For more information, visit their web site at www.uaudio.com