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Nomad Factory has announced Magma, a comprehensive new effects plug-in suite designed for premium quality processing, flexibility, and unprecedented ease-of-use.

Magma is an advanced plug-in suite that features 50 unique “single-rack” audio processors, each with a friendly and familiar interface, which can be “mounted” into a user-customizable rack interface. Categories include Dynamics, Equalizers, Modulation, Reverbs, among others, with more currently in development.

Magma is a VST, AU, and RTAS plug-in host that allows the user to combine an infinite number of audio effects, all in four easy-to-use racks (AAX plug-in format will be available in a subsequent update). Its architecture allows the user to interchange racks freely with a flexible routing matrix for building custom effects chains. Individual plug-ins may also be loaded directly into a DAW. For added flexibility, the Chainer Module allows the creation of FX chains within chains.

Future updates of MAGMA will support 3rd party VST, and AU plug-ins, allowing users to utilize the Magma framework for plug-ins from other manufacturers.

Magma will be available in Q2, 2012 with an MSRP of $199 from dealers throughout North America, on their websites, and through the ILIO website at www.ilio.com.

Nomad Factory products are distributed in North America by ILIO. During NAMM, MAGMA will be on display at the ILIO booth in Hall A, 6724.

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20 January 2012 at 3:26pmyevster

Did someone say "Guitar Rig"?

20 January 2012 at 4:28pmtwoifbysea

Nice! NF's newer stuff has been a huge improvement on the old. I bought the Integral Bundle a couple of months ago and it's proven incredibly useful. Looking forward to Magma.

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