GForce Software GForce M-Tron
GForce Software GForce M-Tron

GForce M-Tron, Extensor Virtual from GForce Software.

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moosers 08/09/2009

GForce Software GForce M-Tron : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


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The GMedia GForce M-Tron is a virtual synth emulation of the classic sampler known as the mellotron.  It was an easy piece of software to install as I didn't have any compatibility issues or any other sorts of problems.  The interface is also quite simple as it simply has a switch that gives you the ability to choose your sound, which like the original mellotron is between either strings, flutes, or brass.  It also has parameters in slider form for attack and release as well as knobs for volume, tone, and pitch.  I haven't seen the manual for this software so I can't say if it is helpful or not, but it is easy enough to figure out on its own.


I've never had any problems at all running GMedia GForce M-Tron.  I am currently running it on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM.  I usually run it in Apple Logic, but sometimes will route it into Pro Tools with Logic or another sequencer as well.  I've only had the need to run one at a time, and within my configuration this works fine.


I've had the GMedia GForce M-Tron for a little bit more than a year and I have to say that I am definitely a fan of this virtual instrument.  I think it is a pretty great emulation of the mellotron as it pretty much sounds just like it.  It has enough parameters to get all of the sounds that you would be after in a piece of software like this and is quite easy to use.  I love all of these classic sounds as most of the music that I listen to is from the time period that the mellotron was primarily used.  The price is very cheap and is really a great bargain.  If you like the mellotron and want to get its sounds but can't find or afford one like most of us, the GMedia GForce M-Tron is the way to go.