FeelYourSound Chillout Engine Pro (Windows)
- Windows 10,11 (64Bit Only)
- Lifetime Activation & Access To Download
- Future Free Updates
- Full Version
- Instant Download
- VST2, VST
ChilloutEngine turns your chord progressions into relaxed keys, smooth basslines, memorable hooks, and lovely arpeggios.
Feed ChilloutEngine with your chords and the plug-in generates authentic and professional MIDI patterns for you.
No fiddling around with mismatching MIDI packs anymore. All output will be in tune with your original chords!
Have you ever struggled with writer’s block when you wrote a Chillout track? Did the arpeggios feel lifeless? Were the keys “somewhat OK”, and the melodies only so-so?
You can leave all this behind. ChilloutEngine is a plug-in (VST, AU) that generates new relaxed keys, smooth basslines, and memorable hooks from your MIDI chord progressions automatically.
- Load ChilloutEngine on a track of your DAW.
- Open the plug-in and import your MIDI chord progression. Or let ChilloutEngine generate a chord progression for you.
- You can see a big list of presets now. Select a preset, then press play in your DAW for a preview.
- Do you like a preset? Drag and drop the MIDI field to your DAW. The plug-in will copy the MIDI data to your DAW then.
Dedicated to Chillout producers of all skill levels.
Whether you’re a beginner just starting out or an experienced pro, ChilloutEngine is for you. With built-in music theory, you’ll be making great music in no time, even if you don’t have a lot of experience.
Using ChilloutEngine is like having a co-producer at your side that helps you create professional, genre-specific music faster than ever.
And for pros, ChilloutEngine can help you explore new styles and get inspiration, as well as make standard tasks like creating basslines and pads faster and easier. Plus, you can try out multiple ideas quickly. This will reduce friction and improve your music production process. As a pro user, you will also love the built-in mass exporter. Re-use the created content on many different devices and build your own library.