Nikolozi — Artist & Engineer

Mela 4.3 Update — Lane UI Redesign, DC Blocker, MIDI Channel Module

The Mela 4.3 update ships with a lot of UI improvements. In particular, module lanes have been completely redesigned. It’s much easier to see at a glance to which lanes modules belong and how the signal flows between them. Re-arranging lanes are now possible using the drag-and-drop functionality. The I/O section, aka lane header, that used to be located at the leading edge of the lane is now moved to the top. They can be collapsed or expanded by tapping the chevron symbol on the left or the title button.

There are also 2 new modules: DC Blocker and MIDI Channel. Processes like ring modulation or asymmetric distortion can introduce a DC component to the audio signal. The DC Blocker module removes DC offset from the input signal. The MIDI processor module lets you control the channels of the incoming MIDI messages, either by filtering out or converting their channel values.

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Check out the latest video and changelog for the full details about this update.

Mela 4.3 Changelog


Perform View:

DC Blocker Module:

MIDI Channel Module:

Other Changes:

To learn more about Mela, check out the Getting Started document, Changelog, FAQ or What’s New in Mela? YouTube playlist. To report bugs or make feature requests visit the Mela Feedback site. For other support queries directly get in touch.

Grab Mela 4 from the App Store.