The Nomad Factory is a free plug in that comes with the bundle. The Bundle comes with Free Sweeper as well. A lot of top artist that have won Grammy’s over the years have used these plug ins and they stand by them just search it and you will see. You cant beat the sweeper tremolo and phaser of Nomad Factory, they are extremely easy to use and get running. You will have no issues down the line with them either even when running them on different computers and with different digital audio workstations. Because most people are like myself and use a few different softwares and don’t stick with just one. Plus we take our plug in’s to all of our different softwares as well. The Tremolo Factory Free plug in will work with any of your popular digital audio workstations that are on the market today.
I ran the Nomad Factory Free Tremolo on my quad core pc with digidesign pro tools mbox 2 and it works great, never had a single issue with it and do not at all regret my decision. Plus the Nomad Factory Free Tremolo doesn’t take up much cpu. That is what makes it so great is that it’s a great plug in that can run on any digital audio workstation but we all know what its like to run a lot of plug ins at the same time it can make things choppy and mess up your work flow even if you are using ASIO drivers. But the Nomad Factory Free Tremolo doesn’t hog up your cpu, it barely uses any!.
Overall this is a great plug in that any musician needs to have, The Nomad Factory bundle is great and you can get it almost anywhere on the net , its very popular. You cant go wrong with this, try it out.
Nomad Factory's Free Tremolo is a plug-in that comes in Nomad's free bundle three free plug-ins. On their website it says that you get the bundle free when you buy another piece of Nomad Factory software, but I was able to download it free without making a purchase without a problem. The whole process of downloading and installing the software took only a few short minutes and I had the plug-in up and working in no time. The interface of the software didn't take any deciphering really, as it simply has knobs for LFO rate, depth, color (tone), and volume, and that's all that there is to it. Being that it is as simple to use as it is, I don't believe users will need a manual.
Right now I'm running the Nomad Factory Free Tremolo (and the full bundle) on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I run it in Pro Tools LE 8 that runs with a Digi 002R interface. To date I can't say that I've had any issues at all related to performance when it comes to this plug-in. It isn't going to take up much processing power no matter what you're running it on, as it does come in RTAS, VST, and AU formats. Having said this, how well a plug-in will run in general really depends on your system, although I don't think there will be many issues out there.
I'll never complain about a free plug-in, and I don't have a reason to start now with the Nomad Factory Free Tremolo. It actually has a very good sound for a free plug-in, and I think that there's a good amount that you can do with it. It might not be my first choice for a tremolo plug-in, but if I had nothing else at my disposal it would certainly get the job done. If you don't already have the Nomad Factory Free Bundle I'd highly recommend getting it no matter what DAW you've got!