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While not enough to affect the structural ability or the playability, the guitar had some minor cosmetic flaw that was not up to Dan's high standards. At upper right, the serial numbers on the bass instruments begin and end with Dan's initials.The bass guitar seen here has a serial number of D1255A which makes it an early 1970 model.Apollo Driver Names Some Apollo drivers have been renamed in this software.If the previous driver name was selected in the DAW, the new driver name may need to be manually selected in the DAW after installing this software.As seen at center, another Dan Armstrong guitar with a very high serial number A2813D belonging to John Mc Cutchan which was produced even closer to the end days of production.
As a result, Apollo audio streams use more Fire Wire bandwidth versus previous versions.So we had to quickly come up with a different convention for the guitar models. At upper left, and as can be clearly seen, a 1971 Dan Armstrong guitar with a fairly high serial number A2720D which happens to belong to my friend Elon.This instrument was getting close to the end of the production run in 1971.The neck with the serial number A2357D R seems rather unique, and Dan informed me that "any serial number followed by the letter R was a reject much like a Gibson factory second.
It usually refers to some minor flaw in the cosmetics of the instrument".Note it is safe to simply install UAD v7 over prior UAD installations.Changes to the installer include: The UAD Audio Units plug-ins may need to be rescanned before they will be recognized by the host software as 64-bit capable.The UAD Bandwidth Allocation setting (in UAD Meter & Control Panel) may need to be reduced to compensate when UAD plug-ins are used within a DAW.