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$24.99
Apr 23, 2019
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$15.99
Apr 20, 2019
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Apr 02, 2019
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$14.99
Mar 30, 2019
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Version 1.4
Feb 20, 2019
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Version 1.3
Feb 16, 2019
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New App: $24.99, v1.0
Feb 13, 2019

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iTunes Description:

Mellotronics Streetlytron Pro : the most authentic Mellotronics experience for your iPhone and iPad.

Brought to you in partnership with Streetly Electronics, the inventors of the mellotron, Streetlytron includes a massive collection of 90 tapes, with 65 drawn from Streetly's Production Masters - exactly the same tapes that ship with their $8,000 M4000 unit. Completing the sample sets are our own very popular 'Caitlin Downie Soprano' and 'Clare Lindley Violin' collection, to offer a huge, rich selection of choral and string textures for your mixes.

Playable with the on-screen 3 octave keyboard or by an attached MIDI controller, Streetlytron Pro exposes every internal control to MIDI, allowing performance and recording without ever needing to touch your device. A gorgeous, silky-smooth, ultra-musical reverb unit generates immense spaces, and 8 programmable preset slots set you up for one-touch performance. Totally playable and totally inspiring, for everything from classic psychedelic, vintage progressive, modern chamber pop or avant-garde dance sounds.

Virtual MIDI, AudioBus and Inter-App Audio are supported.

No In-App Purchases, no hidden extra costs. Pay once, never pay again.

All voices are available in original form, straight from Streetly Electronics Production Tape library - unlooped 8 second samples, with a unique sample for every key of the 35 note range. To offer more performance flexibility the 'LOOP' button may be engaged, which process the samples to offer seamless looping. Some voices have decay tails - e.g pianos, harpsichord, staccato voices - and these are left unlooped. Streetlytron Pro Edition uses an advanced cubic spline interpolator, to delivery premium sonic quality when pitch bending or retuning.

Streetlytron Pro voice list :

Strings :
M300A Violins
M300B Violin
MKII 3 Violins
Harry 3 Violins
String Section
Soft String Section
New String Section
Sad Strings
Cello
Two Cellos Paravicini
Three Cellos Louise
Pizzi Cello
Orchestra
Watcher Mix

Vox Humana:
Eight Voice Choir
Boys Choir
Female Choir
Male Choir
Russian Choir
Birotron Choir
Female Solo
Harry Male Solo

Brass :
MKII Brass
GC3 Brass
Miller Brass
2 Trombone 2 Trumpet
Trumpet
Trombone
Harry Open Trombone
Harry Muted Trombone
MKI French Horn

Woodwind / Reeds :
MKII Flute
MKI Clarinet
Cor Anglais
Oboe
Bassoon
Tenor Sax
2 Alto 2 Tenor
Harry Alto Sax
Harry Bass Clarinet
Harry Four Saxes
Woodwind

Keyboards :
MKII Piano
Harry Piano
Harpsichord
Harry Accordion

Organs :
Church Organ
Wilden Organ
St Just in Roseland Gamba+Celeste
St Just in Roseland Gamba+Lieblich
St Just in Roseland Swell 8' + 4' + 2
St Just in Roseland Swell Reeds
St Just in Roseland Great 8' + 4' + 2
St Just in Roseland Great Organ (no Brass)
St Just in Roseland Full Organ

Mallets :
Celeste
Vibes
Harry Vibes
Harry Marimba

Plucked strings / Guitars :
MKII Elec Gtr
Hawaiian Guitar
MKII Mandolin
Harry Mandolin

Caitlin Downie Soprano Voice :
Mmm soft
Aah soft
Aah Mezzo
Aah Forte
Eee Mezzo
Eee Forte
Ooh Mezzo
Ooh Forteh
Staccato Aah
Staccato Eee
Staccato Ooh
Ensemble Soft
Ensemble Mezzo
Ensemble Forte
Ensemble Staccato

Clare Lindley Violin Collection :
Bow Soft
Bow Soft Vibrato
Bow No Vibrato
Bow Vibrato
Bow Tremolo
Bow Ensemble Soft
Bow Ensemble
Bow Ensemble Vibrato
Spiccato
Pizzicato

Bonus :
Rhodes
Harp Arpeggios

What's new in v1.4

One minor update. Two settings have been added to give you absolute control over 48kHz / 44.1kHz operation. If you have a new 48kHz device and the pitch of the audio is consistently off you can override our algorithm and force an internal synthesis rate of 48kHz. Do this in Settings by setting both 'Force Synthesis Rate' to ON and setting 'Synthesize 48kHz' to ON. Synthesis can be similarly forced to 44.1kHz by by setting 'Force Synthesis Rate' to ON and setting 'Synthesize 48kHz' to OFF. If Force Synthesis Rate is off our internal algorthm will run to try to determine what frequency is best for your hardware and environment.

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So, what the fuck happened to the original OMENIE M3000 ULTIMATE EDITION iTunes cloud download we paid an arm and a leg with❓
March 30, 2019  | person synfiniti
Ouch!! They pulled it?!

I would think you'd be grandfathered into the new app. Perhaps you could contact the developer and see if they did some kind of a bundle price (as a workaround). If not, that would qualify as a $#!++`/ move.

If you do contact the developer, don't assume he's trying to rip you off. He may have a plan for helping out the M3000 buyers.
@synfiniti: & @stub: Hmm! I just sent an email requesting a comment on this. Thanks for pointing it out.
M3000 Explorer Edition appears in the store renamed from the one I paid to have (with all the IAPs) but not the ultimate. Maybe updating?
March 31, 2019  | person MikeV
I got a reply back from Omenie:


The M3000 class apps are very old now, some of the source code in there is over 10 years old, and the UI was implemented in OpenGL ES, which has been deprecated on iOS for a while. So it was clear to me that soon - no idea how soon, but soon - they would get beyond repair and just stop working forever. So the new Streetlytrons were introduced as ground-up rewrites to replace the M3000s, and the M3000s taken off sale. What I didn’t realize was that by taking them off sale existing customers would no longer be able to download them if they lost their device or upgraded, which is unfortunate, but that’s where we are. The M3000 Free Edition is still up there to give people who want something free to play with, but that will also go off sale during 2019.

The upside is that the replacements - Streetlytron ‘63 and Pro, and Sopranotron 2 - are way better in every respect, are a brand-new codebase so will keep running for years, and are MUCH cheaper than the old apps. So at the point your old M3000 finally stops working it will cost you very little to replace it with either a ‘63 or a Pro from the Streetlytron range.
Quite understandable. Thanks for clearing that out, Tim! Going to buy Streetlytron Pro
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