Free Mellotron Samples

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Post by Polymooger » Fri Jun 23, 2017 2:37 am

sduck wrote:I was able to download all of them (from the link in the first post) just now. Quite a few of them had network timeout errors, but hitting the retry button always got them going again. And they all unzipped and play fine.
That's really useful - I need to keep at this then...

Update: Downloaded them using a different computer and this time, apart from one archive, they all extracted.

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Post by sduck » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:15 am

...and I just discovered that my old version of M-Tron (not pro) doesn't work anymore. Haven't used it in a while, I guess some update killed it.
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Post by Tronman » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:31 am

sduck wrote:...and I just discovered that my old version of M-Tron (not pro) doesn't work anymore. Haven't used it in a while, I guess some update killed it.
Depending on how much you use it, the Pro update could be worth it, especially if you get the Streetly volumes.
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Re: Free Mellotron Samples

Post by Tronman » Tue May 04, 2021 8:08 am

Old thread, but I've added to my Mellotron sample library since the last posts, for a total of 23 sample sets. As always, they are free to use, but cannot be used in any commercial, for profit software.

http://www.leisureland.us/mellotron.htm
Streetly Electronics - the one and only authentic Mellotron company: http://www.mellotronics.com/

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