M-Tron Streetly Tapes Vol 3 Now Available

More vintage tapes for your Tron      09/02/16

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The GForce M-Tron  and M-Tron Pro was one of the first plug-ins to utilise the original Mellotron tapes from original libraries. For those who dont know, the Mellotron was the tape based playback keyboard from the 60s and 70s which was the first sampler I guess. With an 8 second tape for each key, it was remarkable and heavy technology, but allowed artists to have the sound of real instruments and other sounds at their fingertips.

GForce Software have been working with Streetly Electronics - who make and restore original Mellotrons and have a massive collection of original tape sets.

The Streetly Tapes - Vol 3 contains 26 tape banks curated from the original
EMI tape-based 'Tron M400 archive by Martin Smith and made available
exclusively to M-Tron Pro users.

This unique expansion pack provides the last word in authenticity and is an
essential add-on for the award winning M-Tron Pro, the definitive
'Tron-centric plug-in instrument.

The Streetly Tapes - Vol 3 Expansion Pack For M-Tron Pro is available from
the GForce Software web shop for with a time-limited introductory offer of 50% off (£24.99).

This offer runs until Tuesday, February 16th 2016.

Normal price £49.99 (approx $72.00).

Sounds: 15 Choir, Alto Sax, Bradley Orchestra 2, Celeste, Cello Viola Mix,
Clarinet, Classic Strings, Fairlite Swanee, Female Choir, Hammond Organ,
Hammond C3 Clean, Layered Choir, Mixed Brass B, MkII Brass, Moogy Whoosh,
Muted Brass, Piano, Pump Organ, Sad Strings, Trumpet, Vibes No Vibrato,
Violin, Watcher Mix, Wine Glass and Woodwind 2.

For full details on this unique M-Tron Pro Expansion Pack please visit,


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