Nomad Factory Announces New Blue Tubes Bundle Promotion

Plug-In Suite Offered at 25% Off Through September 16      08/09/11
Nomad Factory Announces New Blue Tubes Bundle Promotion


Nomad Factory has announced that it is now offering its Blue Tubes audio processing bundle at a limited-time discounted price of $299 (normally $399) through September 16, 2011. The promotion is being managed by their North American distributor, ILIO.
Nomad Factory had this to say, "The Blue Tubes Bundle V3 is a collection of 19 processing plug-ins that recreate the warm sound qualities of classic analog hardware. The plug-ins were designed according to the strict design principles of the hardware they reproduce, while maintaining a transparency that lets the original signal shine through with just the desired amount of brilliance and character. All 19 plug-ins in the bundle provide a simple and functional "vintage-style" interface, as well as very low CPU consumption for lightning-fast processing."
In keeping with the previous versions of their audio processing plug-ins, the Blue Tubes Bundle V3 has been totally redesigned by Nomad Factory to offer even more features for enhancing users' digital sound recordings. The Blue Tubes Bundle features:
  • 6 Dynamics Processors (Limiter - Expander - Compressor - Noise Gate - DeEsser - BrickWall)
  • 6 Equalizer Processors (2-band - Baxandall - Graphic - Vintage - 5-band - Filters)
  • 6 Effects Processors (Chorus - Phaser - Vintage Echo - Delay - OverDriver - Imager)
  • 1 Channel Strip Processor (Tube Emulator - Gate/Expander - Compressor - Equalizer - Filters)
  • Full Automation for all parameters on PC and Mac OS X
  • Easy-to-use vintage interface
Pricing and Availability:
The Blue Tubes Bundle $299 promotional price is being offered through dealers throughout North America, on their websites, and through the ILIO website. All Blue Tubes plug-ins are available as downloads only. More information:

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