audiolatry released Mel-Lofi for free

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audiolatry released Mel-Lofi for free, a free virtual instrument plugin (ROMpler) for digital audio workstations on Windows and macOS.

This virtual instrument is based on the Mellotron samples recorded by Taijiguy and brings a total of 23 presets distributed across 5 main instrument categories.
All the samples were slightly edited and most important, were looped for best playability. But even so, the sound remains rough and lo-fi, we wanted to keep the feel and sound of the original instrument.
As an extra, we added 4 original effect layers: vinyl, radio noise, mechanical belt noise, and rain. They each have on/off button and volume sliders, also they’re labeled with their corresponding note on the keyboard.
Moving on to the interface, you’ll find controls such as volume, pan, preset attack/release, also reverb, tune with 3 octaves, LFO modulation, and lowpass/highpass filter cutoff.
Mel-Lofi can be used in Lo-Fi Hip Hop, Ambient, Chillout, Pop, EDM and other similar styles. It is available in VST/VST3 Windows and VST/VST3/AU macOS – compatible with the latest versions, also natively compatible with M1 chips.

FEATURES

  • 690 MB extracted size / 590 MB download size
  • 23 instrument presets
  • 4 additional fx layers
  • attack/release envelope
  • cutoff for lowpass/highpass filters
  • global tune
  • tremolo section
  • room reverb
  • global gain and pan

More info and free download here: audiolatry | Mel-Lofi

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