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Nouveau Mellow: Antique Radio Orchestra

Postby SampleScience » Wed Jun 19, 2019 1:43 am

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Nouveau Mellow is the sound of a small orchestra played through an antique radio. Perfect to replicate the tone of vintage documentaries or to create the horror soundtrack of the next Silent Hill video game. Nouveau Mellow features 25 multi-sampled sounds, all grungy and lo-fi. Authentic in its lo-fidelity, each sound can be detuned via the built-in vibrato or played "clean" as-is.

Audio demo: https://soundcloud.com/samplesciencemtl ... emo-320kps

Features:

    25 lo-fi antique sounds
    Sub, Hiss, Dirt and Noiz sound layers
    Vibrato
    Lowpass filter
    Reverb
    VST/VST3/AU for Windows and macOS (64-bit/32-bit)

Price: 16$ USD
Product page: https://www.samplescience.ca/2019/06/no ... ellow.html
Quickstart guide: https://tinyurl.com/y5jfgpaf
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Re: Nouveau Mellow: Antique Radio Orchestra

Postby Martin Walker » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:17 pm

Nicely put together SampleScience! :thumbup:

A must for Boards Of Canada enthusiasts and other retro-minded musicians everywhere 8-)

It might help to lists the included sounds though - the demo sounds lovely, but it doesn't really give much of a guide to the sonic potential and versatility of your 25 multi-sampled sounds.


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Re: Nouveau Mellow: Antique Radio Orchestra

Postby SampleScience » Fri Jun 21, 2019 2:41 am

Martin Walker wrote:Nicely put together SampleScience! :thumbup:

A must for Boards Of Canada enthusiasts and other retro-minded musicians everywhere 8-)

It might help to lists the included sounds though - the demo sounds lovely, but it doesn't really give much of a guide to the sonic potential and versatility of your 25 multi-sampled sounds.

Thank you Martin! This is a good idea and it's something I want to add to pretty much all my plugins. :thumbup:
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