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Nomad Factory releases Magma - Virtual Studio Rack (VSR) with 65 Effects

Nomad Factory has announced the release of Magma, a Virtual Studio Rack that comes with 65 all new effects. Featuring 1-rack-unit interfaces that can be loaded and rearranged using up to four racks, Magma also comes with a flexible routing matrix enabling serial, parallel or combined routings.

Effects Categories Include:

  • Dynamics.
  • Equalizers.
  • Pre Amps.
  • Distortions.
  • Reverbs.
  • Delays.
  • Modulation.
  • Filters.
  • Special FX.
  • Guitar FX.

Magma's Virtual Studio Rack (VSR) technology enables users to stack dozens of interchangeable effects in a seemingly infinite number of combinations, all in one easy-to-use plug-in. Magma makes it easy to mix and match effects, create and recall unique chains, and process audio in new ways. Using Magma is like having a Virtual Studio Rack with a large number of effects at your disposal.

Features Overview:

  • Includes 65 high-quality, custom, unique effects racks.
  • Drag & Drop effects to any rack position.
  • Four easy-to-use Virtual Racks.
  • Flexible Routing Matrix.
  • Presets Browser Window.
  • 600+ Factory Presets Included.
  • Serial Number Authorization (up to five computers, no Challenge/Response, no dongle).

Price: Magma is available now for 32- and 64-bit Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU, RTAS and AAX plug-in formats priced at $199.

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