Nomad Factory Launches the Blue Tubes Effects Pack Print
Tuesday, 29 May 2007 18:17
Nomad Factory today announces the launch of their third Blue Tubes V3 Pack that is nothing else than a complete pack of hot effects to be used with any VST - RTAS/AS and AU audio sequencer host.

blue_tubes_box.jpg Designed by musicians for musicians, the Blue Tubes Effects Pack is a collection of 6 very high quality plug-ins processors for PC and Mac OSX. The pack contains:

1) BT Analog Chorus CH2S
2) BT Analog Phaser APH2S
3) BT Oilcan Echo TLE2S
4) BT Stereo Imager ST2S
5) BT Tempo Delay 3D DL3D
6) BT Valve Driver ADR2S

Designed to improve the quality of digital sound recordings. This bundle recreates the warm sound qualities of classic analog hardware. The sound of Blue Effects pack is nothing short of amazing. Yet all 6 plug-ins provide a simple and functional "vintage-style" interface, as well as low CPU consumption for lightening-fast processing.

The Blue Tubes Effects Pack is available now and can be purchased from the Nomad Factory online store for only $289.00 The Blue Tubes Effects Pack can also be purchased as part of the award winning "Blue Tubes Bundle V3" that also contains the "Blue Equalizers Pack", the "Blue Dynamics Pack" and the "Blue Analog TrackBox" (an all purpose channel strip), for a complete studio set-up for as low as $499.00.

A note for Blue Tubes V3 Owners:

Registered owners that purchased one of the following bundles

1) Integral Bundle
2) Studio Pro Bundle
3) Vintage Studio Bundle
4) Blue Tubes Bundle v3

On or after March 1, 2007 from an authorized Nomad Factory dealer or the Nomad Factory's web site are eligible for a free Add-On of the Blue Tubes Effects Pack. After downloading the Blue Tubes Effects Pack, all they have to do is register online using the digital ID that they received with their bundle(s).

Registered customers that are not eligible for a free Add-On can purchase the Blue Tubes Effects Pack for only $49.00; valid digital ID (product activation code) is required.

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Source: Nomad Factory