Screenshots

Beschreibung

Mellowsound is an emulation of a legendary instrument, a keyboard sampler from the 60s used by many famous artists like the Beatles, David Bowie, Radiohead and many others, this mythic instrument is called The Mellotron. You probably never heard his name but the melodies created with it are mythical.

As we have the chance to own a Mellotron M400, we wanted to share with you this unique sound, so we sampled all the notes from our beloved Mellotron, one by one, for all the instruments tapes.
With Mellowsound, you will be able to play Mellotron on your Mac with professional audio quality (16bit/44Khz), as a standalone app, or in your favorite DAW as an Audio Unit.

In the same spirit, we designed a smooth and photo-realistic user-interface as an homage to our dear Mellotron.

Features:
-18 instruments (including Sad Strings, Electric guitar, Vibraphone and many more…)
-Classical Mellotron settings: Volume, Tone & Pitch
-3 FX: Tremolo, Delay & Reverb
-Mixer
-Live Recording & Metronome
-Midi support
-Audio Unit support
-Fullscreen support

Soon coming: more Fx & ADSR envelope control!

We hope you’ll enjoy it!

Stay tuned!
Fingerlab Team

Neuheiten

Version 2.0

This update brings a new feature to Mellowsound: an ADSR envelope editor for the two instruments layer.
Envelope is a really important feature as a simple change, attack or release for example, will make all instruments sound very different.

Stay tuned!
Fingerlab Team

Bewertungen und Rezensionen

4.0 von 5
1 Bewertung

1 Bewertung

Ger Money ,

Yes!

The original sound of the Mellotron not only on iOS, but now also available on MacOS. Would like a slight freq shift possibility for the 2nd layer.

Informationen

Anbieter
Fingerlab SARL
Größe
426 MB
Kategorie
Musik
Kompatibilität

macOS 10.13 oder neuer, 64-Bit-Prozessor

Sprachen

Englisch

Alter
4+
Copyright
Preis
Gratis
In‑App‑Käufe
  1. Full Version 5,49 €

Support

  • Familienfreigabe

    Wenn die Familienfreigabe aktiviert ist, können bis zu sechs Familienmitglieder diese App verwenden.

Mehr von diesem Entwickler