If I'm looking for a SPICE model, I start with the Yahoo "LTSpice User Group" at https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/LTspice/info The "Files" section is quite extensive, and the group's moderators generate a searchable index for the group's contents from time to time.
Collecting simulation models into a usable database is a task at least as challenging as collecting footprints. Probably even more challenging, since several simulation models may be created for a single part depending on the simulation objectives. (E.g., models for nominal performance, models for worst-case performance for several definitions of "worst", models optimized for accuracy at high and low temperature extremes, models optimized for particular operating conditions such as low supply voltage, high supply voltage, etc.)
Refresh my memory - isn't the NE5532 a dual version of the '5534, with the compensation and offset pins removed, and internal (over-)compensation added for unity stability? If so, a decent manufacturer's SPICE model should give you good results in routine applications.
The presence of those compensation and offset pins on the '5534 made it attractive to exceptionally skilled analog artisans who exploited not only the part's maximum potential, but also created unique applications where you wouldn't expect to find a monolithic opamp. Unfortunately, I don't recall ever seeing a simulation model that tried to accurately model the behavior of the compensation and offset pins.