A Mellotronized Hammond

Tronsonic release the Organatron m100 Kontakt instrument      06/12/11
A Mellotronized Hammond


The latest sample pack from Tronsonic is the Organatron m100, which they describe as "a mellotronized' Hammond m100 organ, as used by Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple etc, sampled to tape on vintage valve equipment to emulate the sound character of the mellotron." This is a Kontakt (4.2.2 or later) instrument, though Tronsonic say that the looped WAVs are also compatible with EXS24, Nnxt and Structure.
Tronsonic tell us that you get complete MIDI control over all drawbars, Leslie, reverb/delay, vibrato and even ADSR envelopes (for the experimental) - basically a full Hammond emulation and more.
A Tronsonic PR person told us,, "This sounds amazing when re-amped through a valve amp, or better still a Leslie. It's designed to capture the nostalgia of late 60s/early 70s progressive rock/jazz, and also to be used in a live situation, where it genuinely sounds just like the real deal."
Pricing and Availability:
Half-price introductory offer until December 31st, of £9.49 More information:

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