Sonnox® Oxford EQ
Mix with the preeminent digital mixing console’s ultra-precise EQ section.
Developed by Sonnox, the Oxford EQ plug-in for UAD-2 and Apollo interfaces is based on the EQ section of the iconic Sony OXF-R3 console. Introduced in the early ’90s, this console is regarded as the pinnacle of modern digital mixing console design. The Oxford quickly found favor with a range of “A-list” audio professionals — including George Massenburg, Peter Gabriel, and Mick Guzauski — as well as in professional post-production, sound design, and audio restoration rooms.
Like the original hardware, the the Sonnox Oxford EQ plug-in features four EQ types give you myriad flavors of precise tone sculpting and fixative power that any mixer can harness. Its intuitive interface and ability to provide strokes of broad, musical EQ just as easily as precise ones, have made it an important tool for mixers like RIch Chycki (Rush, Dream Theatre) and Joe Zook (Katy Perry, The Hives).
Now You Can:
Mix with a 5-band, fully parametric EQ with the exact algorithms from the legendary Sony OXF-R3 digital mixing console
Harness variable HF & LF filters up to 36 dB/Octave for precise sculpting of sources
Use four different EQ types for varying degrees of precise, ultra-musical EQ
Easily craft sources with intuitive, editable graphic display of all EQ/filter settings
“I used to mix on the big Sony Oxford Digital console at the Hit Factory in the ’90s, and I loved the EQ's on that console. This plug-in is that, all over again. Amazing.”
– Ken Lewis (Kanye West, Drake, Bruno Mars)
“The exquisite Sonnox Oxford EQ really shines with the huge DSP available on the UAD platform.”
– Steve Levine (Culture Club, Beach Boys, Ziggy Marley)
“With its super-tight precision for adjusting the bands, the Sonnox Oxford EQ will be a clutch player for me.”
– Dean Coleman
Dear UAD, please add GML option for this wonderfull EQ, and i will buy it for the price immediately. Also i am wondering when you release other plugs from Ellite bundle. I will buy all...続きを読む
A true Desert Island Plug-in
This is a truly great plug-in! It is always #1 or #2 on those "Desert Island" EQ plug-in lists. I don't understand the less than perfect reviews some has given it, which are not...続きを読む
Clean and smooth
I need an EQ that change what I need to change but with no artifacts and colorizations, as I use like the Pultec, Trident, Helios, when I need character and Cambridge for surgery:-) I...続きを読む
The Oxford EQ is the EXACT algorithm as the Sonnox version. After speaking with the East Coast regional manager of UA, I learned that UA didn't market this plugin to people that already own...続きを読む
Having been a long time Sony Oxford Console owner as well as long time user of the Oxford Plug in, it can't be said enough how much of a fantastic eq this is and has always been. There's a...続きを読む
Happy to see more plugins on UAD
With Apollo you can track or monitor through this amazing eq, can't you? So why not to compare it's price to the TDM version? 300 UAD and 350 TDM? 50 less for not having the GML :) Found...続きを読む
5-band fully parametric EQ incorporating exact algorithms from the legendary Sony OXF-R3 digital mixing console
Variable HF & LF filters up to 36 dB/Octave
Four different EQ types — from modern to “legacy” styles — in a single plug-in
Fully de-cramped HF response
Intuitive editable graphic display of all EQ/filter settings and adjustments
A / B switches (automatable)
Ultra low noise and distortion
Requires a UAD-2 DSP Accelerator Card or Apollo Interface available from authorized dealers worldwide
Sonnox® Oxford EQ プラグイン
a little bit to espensive
cool to use, sound is smooth
a little bit to espensive
please add GML option for this wonderfull EQ, and i will buy it for the price immediately.
Also i am wondering when you release other plugs from Ellite bundle. I will buy all of them at once.
Thanks for all great job done !
A true Desert Island Plug-in
This is a truly great plug-in! It is always #1 or #2 on those "Desert Island" EQ plug-in lists. I don't understand the less than perfect reviews some has given it, which are not based on the sound and performance of the plug-in itself but because Sonnox sells the exact same plug-in.
Since I don't own any Sonnox bundles, it does not get much better than this. The UAD version is a few dollars cheaper than the stand-alone Sonnox Native instance, I had a small discount coupon which lowered the price even more, it takes advantage of my UAD DSP power, & I have been told the interface feels a tad better.
I was very partial to the UAD Cambridge EQ graphical display, This has all that with famous Sonnox sound. Great a addition!
Clean and smooth
I need an EQ that change what I need to change but with no artifacts and colorizations, as I use like the Pultec, Trident, Helios, when I need character and Cambridge for surgery:-)
I now have the Oxford, to grab, and I do that very often as a Pro sound and mastering engineer.
(One star away from full poll, as it is not 100% comp with Wavelab)
The Oxford EQ is the EXACT algorithm as the Sonnox version. After speaking with the East Coast regional manager of UA, I learned that UA didn't market this plugin to people that already own the Sonnox version. This is for people that don't already have the plugin but prefer to have the UAD card handle the DSP processing. It's all a matter of personal preference. And for those of you who think the Cambridge EQ is the same thing, you are mistaken. The Cambridge EQ was UA's best crack at the Oxford type EQ before they had license to sell the real version. The Oxford EQ is the EXACT sonnox authorized version which also comes with 4 different EQ types which the Cambridge doesn't offer.
Amazing EQ but...
This is an absolutely amazing EQ. I own the native version and use it all the time, however I really don't see how the $299 cost for the UA version can be justified. Being a Logic user, I would almost be tempted to buy it anyway if this version included the GML option but it does not.
One point I think is worth mentioning - other users have posted that they don't see why UAD have released this. The reason is this is a third party plugin developed by Sonnox with probably little to no input from UAD. I totally get the point of it, but not at this price and definitely not without GML.
great example for usability
I don't want to judge the quality of the filters or the price of the plugin, but at least the sonnox programmers show that today's standards for usability can be accomplished on the UAD-platform:
- undo/redo buttons
- numeric values shown all the time (if you prefer to)
- holding the shift button allows very fine adjustments of these values
- an option menue to adjust the workflow to your needs
not worth it
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.
I try to set the same settings in UA plugin, and in original Sonnox Eq (from Elite bundle). I record the result, and then revert the phase. The result is - ABSOLUTE SILENCE!!
It means, that it's absolutely the same code!!
Not necessary to buy this plug if you have original from Sonnox.
The only thing, that UA Eq looks a little bit better :))
Don't go there if.....
As already discussed, WAY overpriced and no better than what's already out there.
UA - come on guys, how about something we can't get elsewhere? Oh....and at a decent price. I have 70%+ of all your plugins but I fear the pricing as of late is forcing me away. That + the fact that you can't use a Satellite as extra realtime processing on Apollo.
Overall - need to try harder to get more of my dollars.
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.
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??
Having been a long time Sony Oxford Console owner as well as long time user of the Oxford Plug in, it can't be said enough how much of a fantastic eq this is and has always been. There's a special something that can be surgical and broad with the same instance, and the filters are as good as it gets. This is a must own plug in.
Happy to see more plugins on UAD
With Apollo you can track or monitor through this amazing eq, can't you? So why not to compare it's price to the TDM version? 300 UAD and 350 TDM? 50 less for not having the GML :) Found also much more enjoyable using the uad interface...
Oxford Native $200
Oxford TDM - AAX $350
Oxford Ua $299
The price is HIGH, i agree, but shoulndt be a surprise to anyone... I think in the future there will be an Oxford bundle at a better price....
Upgrade from cambridge would be cool also, but i dont think they can do this, once sonnox must agree with something like that, and they wont.
This is exactly the same code as native version. A very good eq! Much like cambridge, but not the same, they are different....
Why GML is not an option? Very bad....
Nothing To Write Home About
First, I love UAD products and always get excited when new ones come out, unfortunately I have to wait for the next product to get excited........As previously stated the native sonnox version is the same and actually sounds a little better in my opinion. Demo the product and A/B the two before you purchase. I cant wait for V6.4
This is where I would usually get all excited about the latest addition to the UAD-2 Plug-In family. Universal Audio has been incredibly consistent with mesmerizing my mixing ears, and I would have to say that I am very proud to have quite a nice and hefty collection of UAD-2 Plug-Ins cozily nestled in my Meter & Control Panel.
This time however, I did not feel tempted to hit the "BUY" button after downloading V6.3 and giving the Sonnox Oxford EQ Plug-In the 14-Day Trial. It's been 7 days and I would have to sadly report that I cannot share that same excitement I once experienced. I am aware of the number of new features on board, however at the end of the day, it's just another EQ.
How about an old valve mic preamp plug-in next time?
I agree. The native Sonnox EQ sounds as good, if not better. And for around $500 you get the EQ, Dynamics, Limiter, etc. UA charges $300 for the EQ alone?!
I am not sure why UA would want to release this plugin. If it was a free [or inexpensive] upgrade from the Cambridge, it would make sense.
I was expecting UA's next EQ release to be API. Maybe in the future. But please don't charge $300 for one EQ!
Should have been better
I did not find this plugin was very effective, a bit disappointing
I've heard so many mixed reviews about this eq
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.