Looking For Melodic Inspiration?

Equinox Sounds releases 50 royalty-free ambient & chillout melodies in MIDI format      17/02/11
Looking For Melodic Inspiration?


Equinox Sounds has released Ambient & Chillout MIDI Melodies, a downloadable collection featuring 50 melodies in MIDI format which they believe is suitable for Ambient & Chillout producers searching for some melodic inspiration. Here's what they have to say...
'Ambient & Chillout MIDI Melodies' features 50 melodies in MIDI format suitable for Ambient & Chillout producers searching for some melodic inspiration. This collection features Piano melodies, Synthesizer lines, Basslines, Guitar melodies and Pad melodies.
As these phrases are supplied in MIDI format, they will provide you with as much flexibility as possible. You can edit and transpose them, assign any sound you want and get your own and original melodic lines. The editing possibilities are endless as you can play the performances at any tempo or pitch without artefacts.
You can use these MIDI files as a jumping-off point to start your own track or base your production entirely around them as they are 100% royalty free.
Format: MIDI
Pricing and Availability:
'Ambient & Chillout MIDI Melodies' is currently available for $19.95 as a download. More information:

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Seymore Butt    Said...

What have we done to deserve this? Royalty and licence free melodies for the dummies? Aren`t "construction kits" that include beats, basslines and chord loops enough? Come on, if you canĀ“t make even your own melodies, why are you in the music business at all!

17-Feb-11 09:36 AM


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