Monster Sanctuary Toolkit
Monster Sanctuary Toolkit
Monster Sanctuary Toolkit

Monster Sanctuary Toolkit

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Monster Sanctuary Toolkit is a collection of 22 sample instruments crafted by Steven Melin when composing the Monster Sanctuary video game soundtrack. These 16-bit electronic patches have been bit-crushed, down-sampled, and treated to sound like authentic Super Nintendo and Game Boy Advance instruments out-of-the-box. Composing 16-bit retro game music has never been so easy!

Features in v1.3:

  • 22 electronic patches crafted in the 16-bit video game style
  • Separate Polyphonic & Lead patches for full instrument control
  • SNES Verb button that places your instruments directly into a Super Nintendo game
  • Progressive Vibrato control with the Mod Wheel
  • 1.9 GB download file size.
  • Requires full-version Kontakt 6.4.2 or higher 

 

 

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Customer Reviews

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B.A.
A lot of fun and nostalgia

I'm using the samples for a few days now, but already had a lot of fun with them! I really like the square synth (Super Mario!), strings, drums and bass. The pedal delay piano is also very good. Brings back a lot of Chrono Trigger memories. I can recommend this to every video game music lover.

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M.
Very Cool Library

I'm a film composer and starting to get into video game music and really wanted to get some 16-bit sounds for that authentic NES sound. This library is fantastic. Gives me a very good palette to start working on 16-bit music, so I'm not spending time creating sounds. Got at a fantastic price as a bundle with the Beard Blade Toolkit. Highly recommend!

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S.T.
Monster Sanctuary Toolkit review

It sounds good and is useful!

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I.O.
Great!

Great!
Great toolkit with an easy to use interface. Blends also excellent with the Beard Blade Toolkit and it's still compatible with modern sounding libraries. Nice!

Highly recommended!

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E.B.
Excellent Library

Steven captures the very essence of video-games soundtracks on his Virtual Instruments.
Great tool for all whom want to become a 16bit composer. Great work!!
Best!
Esteban