Melda 28

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2018/07/10 15:22:15 (permalink)

Melda 28

MeldaProduction has announced the 28th round of the Eternal Madness Discount 2018!
50% OFF some of the most powerful audio plugins on the market until July 15th (23:59:59 UTC).

MTurboEQ - a unique vintage-style equalizer inspired by most of the well-known classic hardware.

MWobbler - a unique distorting filter for dubstep wobbling basses, rhythmic pads, rotary organs...

MPolySaturator - a unique spectral saturation plugin for harmonic enhancement which exploits the spectral domain.

MAmp - a great sounding vintage amp for saturation, harmonic content enhancement, creative distortion.


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    Chandler
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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/13 11:39:45 (permalink)
    For those that aren't familiar with MWobbler I thought I'd post this video. Its one of my favorite plugins and I thought some of you might find this useful.
     
     

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    ZincTrumpet
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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/13 11:58:23 (permalink)
    Love your videos. Thanks Chandler!

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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/13 19:08:07 (permalink)
    Chandler you did that video? It sounds like you. I didn't know you did videos for Melda.

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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/13 21:01:49 (permalink)
    Amazing the amount of programming that goes into to their lower price plugins.

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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/14 01:08:12 (permalink)
    ZincTrumpet - Thanks
     
    Grem - I started doing videos for them recently, so in the future you should see more like this. If anyone has any requests I'll try to do it, but no promises. 
     
    kitekrazy1 - Yeah there is a lot you can do with them and most of them a lot more versatile than they first appear. 

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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/14 12:46:22 (permalink)
    Great news Chandler. I like your style better than the other videos they have.

    Yes these plugs are deep. I realized that when I d/l'd the Free bundle for the Note plugin. I started messing with the other free stuff and it wasn't long before I ponied up for that bundle. I just felt they were more than worth the asking price.

    I have been a customer ever since.

    Recently I have contemplated getting rid of all my other plugins and getting thier Total Max Bundle. Mostly because of quality, upgrade policy and the maintenance schedule they have maintained. And also because I have been through at least 9 major version upgrades without a hitch or a penny spent. No one else does this that I know of.

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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/14 17:19:56 (permalink)
    That approach is a sound one, with a few other reasons for me being that the layouts are consistent, they pass data nicely to each other, have a MB version of most everything, and can be used in any DAW. From an FX perspective, when I loaded this new machine I only loaded DAW-specific, O8N2, and Melda initially with the mindset of "no other effects unless I find a true gap, or highly specific GUI for a special purpose." I applied this to effects (not instruments), which also forced me to learn Melda's stuff and find some golden nuggets along the way. R-Mix (from X2), StutterEdit, and Ozone 5 (for the "snapshots" they can save which EQ matching) are ones that come to mind that I went back to load in, but there were a few others.
     
    I mentioned this before, but when Melda offered the "50% off everything" last year, all of my one-off purchases were taken into account as credit for bundles. I believe that does NOT apply to the subscription, so would need verification. The other way to get credits was to win a Melda Contest (up to 800), but their hasn't been one since their infamous "One Note Challenge" last August. Chipping away at plugins via the External Madness Discounts (50% off four each week), using another's Referral Coupon (20% off for you, 10% credits for the person's you use), and waiting for another "50% off everything" to come is the most cost-effective way to a bundle.
     
    The Referral Coupon is a big deal (everyone who has bought a Melda plugin has one in your account under "Referral/Credits"). If you find a "coupon buddy" (two people who do not own bundles, so can both use them), you can both earn credits for each other as you go. It would be well worth a thread for folks to share their numbers with each other, but also remember to use them when making purchases! Oh... and if you do not have a Referral Coupon number yet, once you buy something (with another's referral number), you will then get one of your own... be sure to share it.

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    Re: Melda 28 2018/07/17 22:59:48 (permalink)
    so glad I bought the lifetime package years ago, makes up for other vendors being "silly" e.g. camel and a few more.
     
     
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