Redtron SE

Redtron SE

Redtron SE uses samples recorded from a 1973 Mellotron M400S.

The samples have been cleaned (not too much) by removing an annoying 60Hz hum and some unwanted “clicks” and “pops” here and there.


Redtron SE

Redtron SE

Redtron_SE.zip


  • Nine sound types : MKII Flute, MKII 3 Violins, M400 Cello, MKII Brass, M400 Combined Choir, M400 String Section, M400 Woodwinds, M300A Violins, M300B Violin.
  • No loops : like the original Mellotron, each sound is eight seconds long with, in many cases, “the bad endings”.
  • Exclusive “Mellotronic Click Switch” (MCS).
  • Layer (two sounds A & B) and split possibilities (octave shift).
  • Independent parameters for sound A & B.
  • Full MIDI automation.
  • Global Volume control.
  • Global Tone control.
  • Global Pitch control.

MCS : On real Mellotrons, Click can be heard at the beginning of a note, when the tape comes in contact with the replay head. On REDTRON SE, these clicks are randomly generated when you hit a key : you don’t hear twice the same and they can appear on any note. A rotary knob allows you to control the effect intensity (of course, you can also completely disable it ). Note : this function is inactive when the attack parameter is set to any value different from zero.

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