Bernie Torelli, founder of Nomad Factory is an internationally recognized recording engineer, producer and composer who has worked in Paris, Montreal, and Los Angeles with legendary musicians and artists such as Stanley Clarke in Los Angeles, Michel Polnareff in France, Marie Carmen in Montreal just to name a few.
His work has garnered praise from numerous leading industry magazines, including Mix and Pro Audio Review. Bernie was nominated for a grammy award for mixing Cab2 "Best Contemporary Jazz Instrumental Album".
In 2001, focusing on experience acquired through over 25 years of analog engineering, Bernie started developing products reminiscent of 60’s and 70’s technology. The Blue Tubes Bundle was born. As an engineer working at Track Star Studios in San Diego, California, Bernie quickly replaced the studio’s standard plug-ins with his own.
A host of top notch player’s passing through could not help but notice the amazing sound quality, combined with user friendly features. After being asked over and over if these products were available on the market, in mid-2002 Nomad Factory became an official company selling plug-ins on the internet.