Streetly Electronics Mellotron Tape Library

Chamberlin Octave Saxophones

Two saxes. Playing along side one another. An octave apart. Brothers, they stand together. As one. Two instruments. Divided by a single octave. Now more than ever.

Try reading that in your head in voiceover man mode and you'll be hearing a film trailer in no time. This is a really useful sound to have around, as the demo shows. A few judicious triplets or tight clusters and it sounds like a very convincing brass ensemble at your fingertips.

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