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Nomad Factory announces the British Bundle, high-resolution multi-formats bundled software that includes: 1) British MCL-2269 A Master Compressor Limiter modeled from the legendary 2254 compressor. The British MLC-2269 is a simple and elegant Master Compressor Limiter (MCL). The British MCL-2269 is for a truly "British-Style" vintage compression sound by adding warmth and vintage compression to your music.


  • Modeled from the legendary 2254 compressor
  • Input and Output level controls
  • Vintage Compressor section
  • Vintage Limiter Section
  • Phase reverse switch
  • Overload 'Clipper’ soft-knee limiter
  • Vintage Gain Reduction VU Meters
  • Windows XP / Vista32 and Mac OS X (Intel & PPC) supported
  • VST, AU and RTAS supported
  • 24 bit / 192 kHz supported


2) British NEQ-1972 A Four-Band equalizer modeled from the classic-vintage 1081 EQ module. The British NEQ-1972 is a simple and elegant “British-Style” four-band equalizer with a low pass and high pass filters. The NEQ-1972 provides ± 18 dB of gain and switchable High-Q settings. The British “Nomad-EQ” NEQ-1972 is the perfect choice for a truly “British-Style” vintage EQ sound by adding an exceptional tone and character to your music.

  • Modeled from the classic 1081 EQ module.
  • High Pass and Low Pass filters 24 dB/octave
  • 4-band equalizer with Frequency, Gain and Shapes controls Boost / Cut up to 18 dB
  • Phase reverse switch
  • Vintage switch control
  • Modern Light Meters
  • Windows XP / Vista32 and Mac OS X (Intel & PPC) supported
  • VST, AU and RTAS supported
  • 24 bit / 192 kHz supported.



The British Bundle will be available for $299.00.

For more information, visit their web site here.
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