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Nomad Factory launches British Series Audio plug-ins

updated 06:30 pm EDT, Wed October 22, 2008

New audio plug-ins launch

DontCrac[k] has announced new Nomad Factory British Series plug-ins for high-end audio sequencers and editors, such as ProTools, Cubase, Adobe's Audition and Apple's GarageBand. The two new plug-ins are a part of the new Nomad Factory Ultimate 26 Plug-ins Producer Pack, with a special promotion launching in November. The new British plug-ins, the MCL-2269 and NEQ-1972, offer emulations of the equalizers and master bus compressor/limiters found in "British" mixing consoles.

The British MLC-2269 is a Master Compressor Limiter (MCL), geared for a British vintage compression sound adding warmth to user's music. The British "Nomad-EQ" NEQ-1972 is a British-themed four-band equalizer with lowpass and highpass filters.

The two plug-ins will sell for $200 each, but DontCrac[k] and Nomad will offer the plug-ins in the Ultimate Producer Pack, along with 24 others (the total price separately would be over $3000) for $500 from November 1-November 15.

The requirements for the plug-ins are Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher, 512MB RAM and an audio interface supporting sample rates from 44KHz to 192KHz.

by MacNN Staff



  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969



    If it works in Garageband, then is should also work in Logic.

    Logic is Apple's "high-end audio sequencers and editor", whereas Garageband is a consumer-level product.

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