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APD Offer 60% Off Galactron By Mntra Instruments

Audio Plugin Deals are offering 60% off Galactron by Mntra Instruments for a limited time, now only $19.00, (usually $49.00). The offer ends November 7th.

Galactron is an assembly of electronic sounds that reminisce on neo-psychedelic aesthetics, inspired by the explosion of FM synthesis, daring stereo movement, gigantic reverbs and ambient pads. Through our sampling engine, MNDALA 2, the sounds of the synthesizers that we have used and loved for a long time, have grown to become a new kaleidoscopic creation, always colourful and daring to be different.

Galactron complements our ever-growing collection of instruments with a retro-modern approach to keys, pads and otherworldly atmospheres. Sampling our collection of 80s digital (or digitally controlled) synthesizers, these already characterful sounds are brought to the next level within MNDALA 2’s deep sound shaping network of effects and modulation. Through our 3-axes (XYZ) global controls, these sounds come to life in a way that was unthinkable before, morphing and breathing as you play them.

Features include:

  • Proprietary Engine: VST/AU Plugin included. No additional software required.
  • 3-Axis Universal Controls: Simply map your favourite controller once for all plugin instances.
  • Intuitive Performance GUI: Custom animation driven performance interface & mouse hover interactions.
  • Industry Leading Audio Quality: 384khz/32-bit extended ultrasonic range sample sources
  • 133 Presets
  • 40 Instrument Sample Maps
  • Requires MNDALA V2 Free Engine

Watch the preset demo HERE.

Galactron is available to PC and Mac users (VST and AU).

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