Top 12 MeldaProduction Plugins For Music Production 2022
1. Melda MConvolutionMB
The MConvolutionMB is Melda Productions’ 6-band convolution reverb plugin.
Each band supports two IRs, whether generated by the plugin or imported as files. You can adjust the balance between the two different IRs with the band’s Ratio knob. The plugin also comes with Melda signature features, such as global and per-band randomization, Edit Mode, and several hidden settings menus in which you can fully customize your sound.
- File, Reverb, & Filter
These three browser menus allow you to add different effects to any of the six bands. You can choose two of the same or from different categories. Files are your own IRs located on your computer. Reverb contains IRs built-in with Melda’s software. Lastly, Filter contains a list of processing settings you can add to accelerate your workflow. Since each band allows up to two effects, you can add a total of twelve effects to this plugin.
By right-clicking any band, you’ll open the Band Settings menu, where you’ll find general controls, such as frequency, Q, gain, and panorama. Below these, there is a panel called Harmonics. It has three parameters, Maximal Count, Semitones, and Harmonics. Underneath them, there’s a Grid. These controls allow you to create clones of the main band at higher frequencies. They are excellent for removing natural noises, which can bring harmonics with them.
- Kernel Settings
This is the heart and soul of the plugin’s modulation capabilities. Each band supports two Kernels, which can be the aforementioned File, Reverb, and/or Filter. Each Kernel has 15 adjustable parameters, plus a six-band equalizer. Among the available parameters, you’ll find Pitch Shift, Left and Right Delay, Modulation Depth and Rate, Gain, Widening, and many more.
Character and Sound:
At the end of the signal chain, there is a master equalizer that affects the reverb sound before it blends back with the dry signal. In it, there is a saturation knob that simulates the soft saturation an analog equalizer would add to the sound.
It’s a subtle touch, but it adds character to the reverb, which is something most plugins on this list don’t do. Alternatively, you can add saturation through the EQ available within each Kernel.
This plugin is available as a VST, AU, and AAX plugin for 64-bit only Macs running macOS10.9 and newer, and 32- and 64-bit PCs running Windows 7 or up.
Believe it or not, Melda’s done it again. The MConvolutionMB lives up to the brand’s reputation of providing producers with affordable, fully customizable tools so they can make their own sound. If you’re one of those that absolutely must tweak everything until it sounds perfect, this plugin is for you.
2. Melda MBassador (Bass Enhancer)
With the MBassador plugin from Melda, you can easily create missing bass most pleasantly.
There is probably not much to say about how important low-end is for modern music. In most cases, our primary tool for working with it will be the equalizer. But what if your source does not have the bass response due to poor miking techniques? In this case, a plugin from Czech company MeldaProduction can help us to fix it.
The MBassador plugin resynthesizes lost bass frequencies based on existing mid-range harmonics. As a result, you get an enhanced solid and tight bass. You can control this process thanks to modules responsible for different areas and thus find the right sound easily and quickly.
- Use For Any Bass Instrument
The MBassador is great for any instrument that needs a low-end lift. It could be a kick drum, a bass guitar, or a bass synth. The addition of bass frequencies is done musically here, so it sounds the most organic.
- Bass Enhancer
It is the first plugin module that is colored green. Thanks to it, you will be able to add the necessary information around 100 hertz. The re-synthesis is very tight and produces nice upper-harmonics.
- Sub Generator
You can use the second module, called Sub Generator if you want to go even further and add sub information to your sound. It creates a tone an octave below the lowest note.
- The Lowest Sub
It is the last module that will give you the ability to generate even more sub information. The Sub 2 Generator will add harmonics 2 octaves below the lowest note. A great feature for extra low-end.
- Shape Your Tone However You Want
You will have ample opportunity to sculpt your bass sound. For example, you can use the Tone control to add the desired upper harmonics. There’s also a Saturation slider, which will give you more aggression and bite.
The plugin is available for Windows Vista or higher (both 32 or 64-bit) and macOS 10.9 or higher (64-bit only). It comes in VST/3, AU, and AAX formats.
The MBassador plugin can save your low-end. It comes in handy where EQ is powerless and provides a lot of options with low-frequency restoration. Thanks to the three modules, you can work on both bass and sub information. Plus, the plugin adds this in the most musical way possible, so it’s hard to notice the difference.
3. Melda MTremoloMB
The MMultiband Tremolo by Mela Productions may seem a bit simple at first look, thanks to the Windows 95-like design of its interface.
However, this plugin has an impressive arsenal of signal shaping capabilities. This plugin sets itself apart by applying multiband volume modulation to a signal instead of standard volume automation.
- Up to 6 independent bands
You can choose to affect six independent frequency bands on their dry signal. For example, you can set the high frequency to have a fast modulation rate while simultaneously leaving the low-mids on a slow tremolo speed. Try using this mode on padding instruments like strings or synths to give them some exciting motion dynamics.
- Step Sequencer
The MMultiband Tremolo comes with a fully customizable waveshape construction kit. There is a wide selection of predefined slopes and curves that you can utilize to build unique modulation sequences. You can also save their sequences for future use.
- Built-in Limiter
The built-in limiter on this plugin will help you set appropriate gain peaks for your overall output. The limiter will also help clean up any signal clipping caused by the plugin’s processing. This feature will save you time when trying to blend your affected signal with your overall mix.
MMultiband Tremolo is available to Windows 7 and higher users and Mac users with OS X 10.9 or higher. It comes in 32 and 64-bit versions as VST, VST3 AAX, or AU formats.
We can sing many praises about the MMultiband Tremolo plugin. The application of multiband mechanics to the tremolo effect is a novel but compelling idea. If used correctly, you’ll be able to generate endless volume automation sequences that will liven up any stagnant elements in your mix. Should you find the interface intimidating, there is an Easy Mode feature with basic controls that are easier to comprehend.
4. MeldaProduction MCombMB
The MCombMB by Melda Productions is a multi-band comb filter with extensive sound-shaping controls.
The plugin splits the audio into up to six frequency bands, each with four filters. You can easily adjust the frequency, gain, and panorama of each filter in the main view. If all this control is too much, you can choose to randomize your filtering. This option is available inside each filter or globally for complete randomization. As with most Melda plugins, you can access a settings menu for each section of the plugin that gives you more controls and possibilities.
- Band Editor
On the outside, the band editor might seem like a simple frequency analyzer. However, it hides several essential features. As mentioned, you can add up to six bands in the MCombMB. These bands are divided in the band editor by a long vertical line. You can reposition each band by dragging its central dot or adjust its gain by dragging the horizontal line. At the bottom, the short vertical line allows you to change the band’s panorama when in stereo mode or its depth when in mid-side mode. In the band menu, you can thoroughly adjust each band’s crossover, redefine the bands you’re working with, create new bands, and include different types of analyzers on top of the frequency spectrum. All this helps you not only focus on where and how you want the plugin to act but also how much information you want from it.
- Band & Filter Panels
Below the Band Editor, you’ll find the band-selection area and the main comb-filtering controls. Use the arrows at the upper-right corner of this section to select the additional bands. For each band, you get four different filters. You can use all four or bypass a few. Alternatively, you can bypass an entire band to check how it sounds. You get a Dry/Wet knob that lets you blend the unprocessed signal back with the modulation. The Gain, Frequency, and Panorama knobs work individually with each filter, letting you shape the sound as you want. The Feedback knob controls the amount of processed signal that returns to the input, and it has a limiter of its own to avoid the typical feedback squeal. Attack and Release knobs are used to shape the feedback limiter. Finally, you also get high-pass and low-pass filters for the entire band, named Min and Max. This large set of controls lets you filter your sound in virtually any possible way.
- Presets & Randomization
The MCombMB comes with several factory-made presets, all with creative and intriguing names and functions. You can select a preset or Ctrl-click the preset grid to load a random preset. Alternatively, you can use the intelligent randomization features of the plugin to come up with unexpected results. You can apply the Random function by clicking on the dice icon, choosing to randomize the entire plugin’s settings or focus on bands and filters. You can also Ctrl-click the dice icon to restrain the engine so it only slightly randomizes the chosen parameters or Alt-click it, which will result in extreme randomization.
Character and Sound:
The MCombMB doesn’t add any saturation to the sound, neither does it distort the output. The safety-net limiter prevents loud peaks generated by the frequency modulations from ever-crossing unity gain. Furthermore, you can enhance sound quality with up to 16x of oversampling. It is a transparent plugin that responds cleanly to your settings.
This plugin is available for 32- and 64-bit PCs running Windows Vista or newer and 64-bit-only Macs running macOS 10.9 or higher. It is available in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX formats.
MCombMB is a thorough application designed to put all comb-filtering power in the hands of the user. The randomization engine and the hidden settings menus are the icings on this plugin’s cake—a versatile and user-friendly comb filter for the modern producer.
5. MeldaProduction MVibratoMB
The MVibratoMB is an incredibly versatile vibrato emulator from Melda Production.
The GUI is fully customizable, and you can change the shape of all the windows and color schemes of every aspect of the interface so that it’s less harsh on your eyes while using. There are also two user modes to choose from.
You can select an easy mode to access a basic interface and fundamental vibrato parameters, such as the effective rate and depth. Alternatively, you can use the expanded mode, which opens you to a nearly overwhelming set of control options.
- Multiband LFO
You can apply your vibrato parameters to up to 6 independent bands with the Mmultiband Vibrato for some intriguing tonal dynamics. Each is entirely adjustable and works with three crossover algorithms to help prevent any frequency clashes during processing. You can also set peaks and limits for each separate band and the master output of the plugin.
- LFO Draw Tool
The MMultiband features an LFO editor that lets users design custom LFO patterns for their vibrato. The editor includes a draw mode and a list of stock slopes and curves that you can piece together to generate intricate oscillation sequences.
- Smoothness control
Use this setting to flatten out any slopes in your LFO shapes that are too steep or sharp. This will give your vibrato a more organic overall sound and really helps to blend your output with your overall mix.
- Step Sequencer
Within the interface’s LFO Editor is a step sequencer that you can apply to your vibrato patterns. This feature is great for creating defined rhythmic modulations around your audio signal.
- Multiband LFO
Character and Sound:
The MMultiband Vibrato’s in-depth interface creates modulations that you could not necessarily recreate with analog gear. Features such as the step-sequencer and custom shape editor work very well in modern sound design circumstances, such as film or game scoring.
Mmultiband Vibrato comes in 32 and 64-bit Vst, Au, and AAX formats. It’s available for Windows 7 or higher and Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
The MMultiband Vibrato’s greatest asset is its multiband processing capabilities. You can apply independent LFO modulations to different sections of your signal’s frequency range. For instance, you could apply harsh, choppy modulation to your signal’s sub-bass area while leaving the high end completely dry and free of processing. This gives you some unique expressional artillery and makes this plugin well worth a try.
6. MeldaProduction MFreqShifterMB (For Creating New Possibilities)
MeldaProductions is very well known to be the developers of some high-quality plugins at a budget-friendly price point. The MFreqShifterMB is another strong addition to their arsenal.
A full breakdown of what this plugin is capable of is discussed below.
- The MFreqShifterMB has 2 graphical user interfaces. The default interface has multiple predefined modes with minimum controls to allow you to quickly and easily start working The advanced mode makes use of the second interface to provide you with all the advanced, powerful features that this plugin offers
- 6 independent bands that are backed by 3 transparent crossover algorithms i.e. hybrid, analog, and linear phase algorithms. You can adjust the limit and the input gains for these bands. Additionally, all bands have peak meters
- The oscillator shape is continuously adjustable
- 4 global modulators each capable of modulating any parameter. You can even modulate other modulators! This allows you to sync the sound timing making it sound more interesting and natural. Each one of the 4 modulators can work as an LFO, a pitch detector, an ADSR envelope, a follower, or a combination of those
- Perfect for making effects for movies, games, etc due to the 8 channel surround sound processing
- The randomization feature enables you to randomly generate a new setting. This could serve as a starting point if you need quick inspiration
- The user interface in this plugin is straightforward, simple, and easy-to-use
- Sync to host feature allows you to automatically sync the modulators to match the project tempo
- All control parameters in this plugin are fully automatable
This plugin is compatible with Windows 7 or higher for PC and OS X 10.7 or higher for Mac. It comes in VST/VST3/AU/AAX formats and supports both 32 and 64-bit systems.
The MFreqShifterMB by MeldaProductions is one of the best frequency shifter plugins that you can find in the market. It is backed up by a ton of features which widens its range of applications. In addition to that, it comes at a very cheap price which is a huge plus point.
7. Melda MRingModulatorMB (Full-Featured & Creative)
This plugin by MeldaProductions is one of the most advanced takes on ring modulation and offers you a ton of control options.
One of the most desirable things about this plugin is its 6 band control option with 2 oscillators. You may think to yourself, “one oscillator is confusing enough; why need 2?”. However, Melda’s implementation of those 2 oscillators over 6 bands makes its usage easier and more pleasing. In addition to that, Melda provides you with parameters that you can modulate independently. Each modulator can function as an LFO, envelope, audio level follower, randomizer, and pitch detector.
Since this is a MeldaProductions product, you get the usual M/S 8 channel surround sound, up to 16x up-sampling, A-H presets to aid your workflow, a built-in help system, and many more.
- The MRingModulatorMB offers one of the most innovative and advanced user interfaces in the market. It is resizable, stylable, and GPU accelerated
- It consists of 2 user interfaces, a simple one for beginners and an advanced interface for professional users who would like to have in-depth control
- A visualization engine that is distinctive in its own way with classic meters and time graphs
- You can control the effect independently over 6 different bands
- Adjustable oscillator shape technology
- M/S, single-channel, up to 8 channels surround processing
- Smart randomization to generate random settings to help serve as a starting point
- This plugin implements the Automatic Gain Compensation (AGC) technique to help regulate the overall volume level of your audio
- The ring modulation effect in this plugin can be tempo-synced to match the host BPM
This plugin is compatible with Windows 7 or higher for PC and macOS 10.9 or higher for Mac. It comes in VST/VST3/AU/AAX versions and supports 32 or 64-bits for PC but 64-bits only for Mac.
Overall, this ring modulation plugin is a unique addition to the several high-quality plugins by MeldaProductions. Its advanced GUI and dual interface modes help you have a more organized and more efficient workflow. Moreover, the in-depth control that you get over the effect is totally unmatched.
8. Melda MHarmonizerMB (Multiband Harmonizer)
MeldaProduction’s MHarmonizerMB is a multiband harmonizer that brings you six bands of possibility for creating complex harmonies.
As you open the plugin, you’ll be presented with a basic set of controls and pre-made patches that are the common use of harmonizers, like pitch shifter and octaves.
First, you set the crossover frequencies and their types for each band. Each crossover has nine types, including Analog, Mid/Side, and Linear-Phase. As you choose a crossover type, you have a set of parameters to shape it the way you want.
You can adjust the slope, level, transients, and other special parameters. The parameters you’ll be able to adjust will depend on the crossover you choose.
After choosing the crossovers, it’s time to go to your band panel. Each band has its own set of parameters to make each unique.
Each has 4 modes and options like strumming, so your vocals can sound like guitars – kind of. Modulators are the natural next step after this.
- 6 bands with individual processing;
- Up to 120 voices;
- Band splitting by Frequency (linear-phase or analog with adjustable slope), Level, Panorama, Mid-Side, Transients, Tonal/Noise or Parallel;
- 4 modulators that can work as LFO, ADSR envelope, and others;
- Mono, Stereo, separate L&R, Mid/Side, 8-channel surround, and 64 channels for ambisonics processing.
MHarmonizerMB supports VST, VST3, AU and AAX on Windows Vista+ (both 32-bit and 64-bit) & macOS 10.9+ (64-bit only). Linux is not directly supported, but it is possible to run the plugins via Wine.
Check Melda’s system requirements before buying the plugin.
MeldaProduction is known for its amazing products at a cheap cost (even a lot of free ones) with expensive quality. MHarmonizerMB is a complete package as far as what you can do in terms of harmonizing.
The fact you can modulate almost every parameter inside the plugin, even the crossovers, shows how much you can get with it.
9. Melda Production MGranularMB (Very Flexible Granular FX)
Melda is a well-known plugin developer, and we have previously discussed some of its other plugins.
Their attempt on granulizers through the MGranularMB is another successful one that falls in line with the rest of Melda plugins. MGranularMB is a resynthesis effect plugin that can introduce various granular modulations to audio tracks.
Resynthesis is the process of taking an audio sample and synthesizing it by using sinusoidal tones. This is a multiband plugin meaning that you have total control over the texture of extracted grains over 20 layers and band controls, and many modulation settings.
- 6 independent bands that you have complete control over
- This plugin has 2 graphical user interfaces, which make it easy to use.
- The oscillator shape is continuously adjustable
- 4 global modulators are capable of modulating any parameters, including other modulators. This gives you more the ability to move the sounds in time, making it more interesting
- Just like the Litote plugin discussed above, this plugin has smart randomization
- Automatic Gain Compensation to ensure that the output volume is the same as the input. This is important because, with many plugins, the loudness of the output audio is changed, which makes it difficult to browse presets or even maintain gain staging for a more efficient mastering later in the process
- Despite being highly advanced, Melda manages to keep the interface for this plugin as easy to use as possible
- Most of the parameters on this plugin are fully automatable
The MGranularMB works on Windows 7 or higher for PC and Mac OS 10.7 or higher for Mac. It comes in VST/VST3/AU/AAX formats and supports both 32 and 64-bit devices.
Overall, the MGranularMB is another spectacular plugin by MeldaProductions that offers a complex, yet easy-to-use tool for granulation synthesis.
10. Melda MCompressor
If you are after something insanely flexible, you’ll want to check this plugin out.
Melda Audio has always been surprisingly generous in its free plugins lineup, and MCompressor is a fabulous example of it. It boasts a fantastic resizable GUI with detailed meters and a graphical display of your compressor’s parameters and channels.
In addition to being conveniently designed, it also features multiple channels, an adjustable knee, and a custom compression shape. We will talk more about its standout features next.
MCompressor supports up to 8 channels, making it ideal for sound designers working on 7.1 surround sound for films and games. However, it doesn’t stop there. MCompressor also features unlinked stereo and mid/side mode, making it an excellent choice as a mastering compressor.
- Three Knees
The plugin has three knee shapes: Hard, Linear, and Soft. And you can also adjust the amount of the knee using the Knee Size knob. Of course, the Hard shape doesn’t let you have any knee at all, but Linear and Soft knee each enables you to create a straight line and a curve.
- Compression Shapes
On top of the multiple knee shapes, you can also create a unique compression shape using a node-based editor. It lets you create smooth, curved compressions to intricate, rhythmic patterns. This flexibility makes MCompressor one of the best on our list.
The plugin is available for Windows 7 or higher 32-bit or 64-bit and macOS 10.9 or higher 64-bit. It comes in VST 2/3, AU, and AAX formats.
As one of the most feature-packed compressors on our list, we must laud MCompressor as a near-essential tool for every musician. However, it’s worth noting that installing this plugin requires you to download a bundle of plugins (which are also worth looking into).
11. Melda MAutopan FREE
MAutopan comes as a part of Melda’s MFreeEffectsBundle and MTotalBundle and consists of the perfect features that can help you get your audio signal whirling and circulating from speaker to speaker.
Much like some of the plugins discussed in this article, the MAutopan allows you to create a custom LFO shape and tempo sync it to match your host BPM. Additionally, it has a Step Sequencer, which can be utilized to process complex patterns.
The control parameters that you get include depth, which is used to set how far the panned signals travel over the stereo image. Next to that, you have the Pan Law control, which allows you to set how the volume is distributed across the Left/right channels and the center. Then you have the main shape control, where you can choose the shape of the waveform from a set of pre-configured shapes or move on to the Custom Shape control, where you can create your own wave shape.
- Choose between a set of waveforms or create your own waveform
- All control parameters are fully automatable
- Just like most of the plugins developed by MeldaProduction, the MAutopan has a Smart randomization feature which creates random settings to help you find a starting point, which saves you a lot of time
- Another feature common among MeldaProduction is the Automatic Gain Compensation (AGC) feature, which works to make sure that the volume level of the input signal is the same as the output
- The user interface is advanced yet easy-to-use
- Tempo-sync allows you to match the effect timing to the host BPM
MAutopan requires Windows 7 or higher for PC and OS X 10.7 or higher for Mac. It comes in VST/VST3/AU/AAX formats and supports both 32 and 64-bit systems.
MAutopan does exactly what you would expect from a MeldaProduction’s plugin in terms of consistently high quality and controllability. What comes as a surprise, though, is the fact that this is a free plugin as opposed to many Melda plugins, which are normally relatively expensive.
12. Melda MEqualizer (Great For Mixing & Mastering)
The MEqualizer offers a world of sonic manipulation with its extensively visual workflow and analog sound.
This plugin is one of the easiest and polished looking parametric EQs with six bands, built-in tube saturation, and harmonics control. It has a built-in spectrum and sonogram, with detailed controls over their behavior.
Making working with the EQ easier has a feature called “Areas,” which are labels that appear over the graphical view. These labels, spread across the frequency spectrum, often have the names of instruments appearing in the corresponding frequency area.
However, you can also create your own Areas and save them for future use. Similarly, it also has many interesting presets for you to get started with. For general parametric equalization, the MEqualizer is one of the best, even among the paid ones.
- Seven Filter Types
Each of the six bands in this plugin can be one out of the seven filter types. The types low/high shelves, low-pass/high-pass, single-pole low-pass/high-pass, band-pass, and notch filters. The low-pass/high-pass filters are noteworthy for their impressive slope steepness of up to 60 dB per octave. On the flip side, the single-pole filters only have a slope of 6 dB per octave. However, they are the most natural-sounding.
This feature lets you listen to the band you are adjusting without having to sweep it around and risking your ear health. As soon as you grab one of the nodes in the graph, it lets you listen to the range of frequencies the band is affecting. Of course, you can also disable the feature if you don’t like it.
- Analog Sound
This plugin employs an integrated tube saturation that you can control using the knob of the same name at the top of the interface. Increasing the knob adds drive to the preamp and makes your audio sound grittier and warmer.
You can enable this feature for each of the bands, and it will repeat the boost or cut over the harmonics occurring from the frequency selected. You can control the harmonics by controlling the semitones over which each occurs. Similarly, you can also control how many harmonics to generate, which ones to enable or disable (for odd/even harmonics), etc. Try using this feature on a synth pad and automate the frequency knob to get interesting filter sounds.
The MEqualizer is available for Windows Vista or higher 32-bit and 64-bit and macOS 10.9 or higher 64-bit. It comes in VST 2/3, AU, and AAX formats.
This plugin is a win in many ways. It has a detailed, resizable user interface, incredible efficiency, and one-of-a-kind features. If refined spectrum view, interesting filters, and an optional saturation stage sound like your thing, we recommend checking this one out.
However, note that to install the EQ, you will need to download the entire free plugin package, although installation is optional.
1. MeldaProduction MCompleteBundle
Comprehensive is the only description.
Although a relatively new company (founded in 2009), MeldaProduction has gained a reputation as one of the best developers with a wide variety of plugins. The MCompleteBundle contains every plugin, instrument, and tool ever developed by the company.
And presently, that means a whopping 112 plugins covering basics like reverb, compressor, and EQ to auto-align, automatic dynamic EQ, looper, pitch shifting, etc.
The MCompleteBundle comes with three instrument plugins: MDrummer, MPowerSynth, and MSoundFactory. MDrummer is a powerful drum machine with a large library of sounds and loops covering pop, DnB, rock, RnB, jazz, EDM, percussions, etc. Furthermore, it features an intelligent rhythm generator that can create new loops or variations of your custom loop.
MPowerSynth is a synth with three oscillators, one noise generator, two 100+ mode filters, and an FX section. Furthermore, it features customizable LFOs, envelopes, and random generators to modulate just about anything in the synth. And it has a feature-rich polyphonic arpeggiator.
And finally, MSoundFactory is a synth-sampler hybrid instrument that is Melda’s ultimate sound designing instrument. It uses a grid-based workflow, where you can add as many oscillators as you want and route them to filters, modulators, effects, etc. Furthermore, you can even load MDrummer inside MSoundFactory to make use of its tools and samples. It also comes with many built-in instruments that are fully customizable as well.
The effect plugins in this bundle are far too many to cover here. However, I’ll attempt to point out the highlights. MAutoEqualizer analyzes your track and automatically EQs your track based on your preference without any latency. Similarly, MCabinet is a cabinet simulator for guitars and bass. However, instead of providing you with impulse response samples, it lets you create custom cabinets using “profiles” of real-world cabinets as the foundation.
MCharacter lets you control the first 32 harmonics of any monophonic audio like vocals, lead guitar, etc. Unlike traditional EQs, it lets you control the brightness or thickness of a sound smoothly regardless of the audio’s pitch. Furthermore, you can generate synthetic harmonics to add a sub-octave, for example.
Many plugins have a multi-band variant (like MChorusMB, MCombMB, MConvolutionMB reverb, MDynamicsMB, MRhythmizerMB, etc.). These let you control the sound of a specific band of frequencies, leaving the rest untouched. For example, MRhythmizer is a gating/glitching plugin revered by many EDM and electronic producers. However, if you want more control, you can use the MRhythmizerMB to glitch only the high frequencies, for example.
- Life-Time Free Updates
When you buy the MCompleteBundle, you will own the current range of MeldaProduction plugins and all of the future products. These include updates of your existing plugins, all upcoming effects, and even instrument packs. This generous business model makes the bundle have an enormous value despite the high price tag.
The MeldaProduction MCompleteBundle is available for Windows 7 or higher 32-bit and 64-bit and macOS 10.9 or higher 64-bit only. It comes in VST 2/3, AU, and AAX formats.
If you’re looking for a massive package of plugins that covers everything from production to mixing and mastering, the MCompleteBundle is probably the only one. I’ve barely even scratched the surface of this bundle in my description.
There are even niche tools for analyzing audio, manipulating pitch, generating MIDI modulation, etc. However, being a large collection also makes the first investment quite high. Still, if you consider the number of plugins, instruments, and future updates you are receiving, the price feels well worth it.
2. MeldaProduction MFreeFXBundle
If you thought the MCompleteBundle’s selling strategy was generous, wait till you learn more about this bundle.
MeldaProduction’s MFreeFXBundle is a suite of thirty-seven effect plugins covering almost everything in most mixing tasks. You’ll find staples like a compressor, EQ, filters, analyzers, saturators, etc., and also special tools like loudness matcher, autotune, auto-panner, MIDI signal generator, etc. Overall, if you don’t own the paid suite, this bundle is a must-have for every producer.
Despite being free, the plugins in this bundle are surprisingly capable. For example, you’ll find a convolution reverb called MConvolutionEZ with a ton of impulse responses. Similarly, MEqualizer is a powerful 6-band EQ with integrated tube saturation and harmonics control. And the MLoudnessAnalyzer features everything you could need from a loudness metering plugin.
- Excellent UI
Each plugin in the MFreeFXBundle has a fully resizable user interface. Furthermore, the design is intuitive and allows your creativity to run free without having to overthink. Similarly, you’ll find large dB meters and spectrums in many of the plugins that help you get better results.
The MeldaProduction MFreeFXBundle is available for Windows 7 or higher 32-bit and 64-bit and macOS 10.9 or higher 64-bit only. It comes in VST 2/3, AU, and AAX formats.
For a free plugin bundle, the plugins you’ll receive in MFreeFXBundle are laudable. Although you’ll find several of these in stock plugins of your DAW, there are few with surprisingly excellent features that surpass stock plugins. For example, I find the MEqualizer sleeker and usable compared to many other free EQs, thanks to its design and built-in analog elements. So, if you are just getting started with music production, go ahead and get this bundle.
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