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Mellow Harmonics

Sound Module Plugin by SampleScience
Mellow Harmonics
Mellow Harmonics by SampleScience is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Windows 8.1/10/11
macOS El Capitan and up
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Mellow Harmonics is a virtual instrument that transports you back to the golden era of music. Inspired by the legendary Mellotron and the iconic string synthesizers of the 1970s, Mellow Harmonics is more than just a virtual instrument - it's a time machine.

Crafted with a unique blend of FM synthesis and tape processing, Mellow Harmonics offers a rich palette of sounds - from flutes and horns to vocals, strings, saxophones, and organs.

Each sound carries a distinctive Lofi character, perfect for genres that require smooth, vintage sounds that blend seamlessly into a mix.

Whether you're a professional music producer looking for that authentic retro sound or a hobbyist wanting to explore the sonic landscapes of the past, Mellow Harmonics is your perfect companion.

Its versatile sounds are ideal for creating everything from dreamy pop ballads and indie rock anthems to lo-fi hip-hop beats and vintage soundscapes.


  • 40 Mellotron style sounds.
  • 4 effects: distortion, delay, chorus, and reverb.
  • Multi-LFO.
  • Amplitude range controls.
  • Highpass/lowpass filter.
  • 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato.
Made with Maize Sampler

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