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Magnetic V3

Reel-to-Reel Audio Tape Warmer Plugin by Nomad Factory
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Magnetic V3
Magnetic V3
Magnetic V3 by Nomad Factory is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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Magnetic is a dynamic audio tool crafted to infuse your music with the essence and nuances of vintage analog tape. Drawing inspiration from celebrated tape machines, Magnetic breaks conventional limits, offering a rich palette of sonic options accessible through a few simple clicks.

This plugin features a streamlined interface with key controls including Ten Tape Models, Tone Control, Tape Compression & Saturation, and Wow & Flutter, all designed for straightforward manipulation. This intuitive layout guarantees a quick and efficient workflow.

Magnetic is ideal for both subtle nuances and bold sonic shifts, providing the "final touch" or "massive transformation" to your stems, masters, or instruments. It reliably produces a sound that is richer, deeper, and fuller.

With its simple exterior yet sophisticated internal design, Magnetic has matured into an advanced tool that authentically reproduces the unique feel and harmonics of real tape machines.

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Average user rating of 4.00 from 3 reviews
Magnetic V3

Reviewed By DiBase [all]
May 5th, 2024
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

Okay this is because it's starting with 4x Oversampling and therefore way too CPU hungry.

Apart from that it's well. Sounds good even with 1x Oversampling. Didn't realise this until now.

Nonetheless there would be much optimization potential for future updates by making it a little less CPU consuming.

So 4 stars it is 4 now.

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Magnetic V3

Reviewed By musicmaster64 [all]
June 17th, 2022
Version reviewed: 2 on Windows

Good good good.

very vintage sound.

Aggiunge il colore del nastro analogico nel mio caso nel master.

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Magnetic V3

Reviewed By JonSolo [all]
December 9th, 2013
Version reviewed: 4.0.0 on Windows

It seems that Nomad has a serious desire to make me poor. I say that because their plugins tend to be some of the best on the market. Take Magnetic II for instance...

One thing that has bugged me since I left the comfort of an Otari MX 80 is the warmth I used to get when I recorded. Ok ok ok...there was some noise and movement in the recordings, but that is where the music got its richness. And the digital domain, no matter how good the emulation of analog gets, has a sterile feel that is hard to hurdle. Enter Magnetic II.

Emulating a number of different tape machines, this is a beast of an effect. I never thought of Tape Color or Saturation method when I was recording, but now even THAT is editable. This plugin not only emulations but warms and colors your mix in a non-obtrusive way. From one point of view it is transparent...don't worry about your mix and your highs and low...they are not affected negatively with this plug. From another view, dial up the highs or the lows to create an airy-ness that only comes with recording to tape.

There is also a limiting effect that is created with the Gain Boost and Out Ceiling that is warm and natural. While switching between tape machine types, the change is subtle but is pretty accurate. There is a snobbish aspect to this that I feel since I actually have used some of the original things this plugin emulates...and quite well. However, I have to admit I was a fan of Magneto (Steinberg) even though it was only an interpretation of generic tape recording. Even with Cubase 7.5 in hand with the new Magneto 2 plug, I find myself reaching ONLY for the Nomad Magnetic II plug to give my tracks that warmth and gel that I got in bigger studios in the early 90s.

The best part??? I don't have to fork out tons of money for tape! It gets a 9 only because I can't smell the tape machine heating up.

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ObsoleteAcc99
ObsoleteAcc99
12 December 2013 at 8:34pm

Thanks for this. One thing i really like about magnetic is that the limiter and drive can be all turned off and it can just be placed on with just the tape model selected and doesn't do anything BAD to even a complete mix, in fact it always seems to make it sound a touch more pleasing to my ear :)

quayquay17
quayquay17
13 December 2013 at 5:44am

Turn it on and place an analyzer afterwards and you'll see what one of the tricks is.. lowering reelspeed KILLS your highs.

To me? It sounds great. Especially between 15 and 30 ips, but it's definitely scooping most stuff after 16-17k.

huntergswhite
huntergswhite
22 January 2024 at 9:25pm

Is this plugin not currently running on M1 Macs? I have it installed, but it doesn't appear on Ableton when I scan my plugin folders.

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