M-Tron Pro Gets New Banks From Newly Found Rare Tapes

Including Jack Bruce, Steve Hackett -50% off till 12th September      05/09/18

GForce Software's M-Tron Pro continues to enlarge the library of sounds available. The Streetly Tapes Vol 4 comes from entirely new tapes discovered "tucked away in the archives" by the legendary Streetly Electronics - home of the UK Mellotron.

The new banks feature new violins, including Sad Strings, layered choir, recorders, cellos, wine glasses, Soft Strings, Taurus bass pedals, Uriah Choir, Voice of Necam (Steve Hackett) and more.

All tapes have been remastered from the original EMI tapes, restored and converted into the M-Tron Pro format, with 100s of extra presets provided by Jarrod Gosling, Matt Berry, Nick Magnus, Paul Wiffen, Graeme Rawson & Duncan Parsons and others.

GForce Software's M-Tron Pro Streetly Tapes Vol 4 is available at 50% off till September 12th at £25.

The M-Tron Pro is available as a VST (mac/pc) AU and RTAS at £116.66

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