This sound source reproduces the sounds of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).
The sounds of the final version of the hit RPG series SFC are reproduced.
Ideal for use as a BGM for retro games.
The VST AU version includes a VA sound source, so you can produce sound effects such as waves and wind, as well as 8-bit sounds.
Since the VST AU version does not allow you to change the pitch of the drums, there are presets for kick, snare, toms, etc., arranged in different pitches on the keyboard, so the number of presets is increased compared to the KONTAKT version.
There are also some presets that use VA.
The KONTAKT version does not have a VA, but instead allows you to use all of the KONTAKT’s features to create a sound.
For example, filter resonance is not on the panel, but you can tweak it in the settings of the KONTAKT itself.
The VST AU version has more knobs than the KONTAKT version because you can only adjust the parameters in the panel.
As you can see, the VST AU version and the KONTAKT version have their advantages and disadvantages, so you can choose the one that suits your purpose best.
SRS123 Library VST AU
Windows 7 or Later 64bit VST3
Mac OS 10.11 or Later Audio Unit *not VST
65 Patches, 4 Rhythm Kits, 10 Drum Menus, 36 VA Patches
SRS123 Library for KONTAKT
KONTAKT 5.7.3 or later ※not KONTAKT PLAYER
65 Patches, 4 Rhythm Kits
|SRS1：Bass Slap, Bass, Clarinet, Flute, Gamelan, Gtr Nylon, Harp, Oboe, Organ, Piano Elec, Piano, Strings, Synth, Timpani, Trumpet, Vox
SRS2：Bass Slap, Bass, Bell Reverse, Flute, Gong, Gtr Dist, Gtr Steel, Harp, Oboe, Organ, Piano, Seq 1, Seq 2, Sitar, Strings, Timpani, Trumpet, Tublar Bell, Vibra or Glock, Vox
SRS3：Accordion, Bass Acoustic, Bass Elec, Bass Slap, Bass Synth, Bell, Flute, Flute Pan, Gong, Gtr Clean, Gtr Nylon, Harp, Horn, Oboe, Organ, Piano Elec, Recorder, Seq 1, Seq 2, Sitar, Steel Drum, Strings, Synth, Timpani, Trumpet, Vibra or Glock, Violin, Vox, Xylophone
Rhythm Kits：SRS1 Drum & Perc Kit, SRS2 Drum & Perc Kit, SRS3 Drum & Perc Kit 1, SRS3 Drum & Perc Kit 2
Drum Menus (VST AU)：Kick Menu 1, Kick Menu 2, Snare Menu 1, Snare Menu 2, HH Menu 1, HH Menu 2, Tom Menu 1, Tom Menu 2, Cymbal Menu 1, Cymbal Menu 2
VA (VST AU)：Sine Lead, Sine Bell, Saw, Ramp, Triangle, Pulse 1, Pulse 2, Pulse 3, Rain or River, Wave, Wind( CUTOFF ), 8bit Saw, 8bit Ramp, 8bit Triangle, 8bit Pulse 1, 8bit Pulse 2, 8bit Pulse 3, 8bit Snare, 8bit Violin, 8bit Flute, 8bit Brass, 8bit Piano, Sync Lead, Brass Lead, Gtr Lead, Gtr Pick Harm, Mod Bell, Fat Bass, Organ 1, Organ 2, Organ 3, E.Piano 1, E.Piano 2, Harpsichord, Detune Saw, Seq
Currently known defects
In some cases, voices may not be loaded correctly when the saved project file is opened. In this case, reopening the project file will cause the correct voices to be loaded.
Ver. 220.127.116.119 22/5/15
・This update is for VST3 and AU only; VST2 is not supported, but previous versions are still available
・.Support for macOS Monterey 12 is added. (Apple Silicon is not supported.)
・When a saved project is opened, the program name display is retained.
・The behavior of [MONOPHONIC] [PORTAMENTO TIME] has been adjusted.
・Many other improvements have been made to the operation and stability of the software.
Ver. 18.104.22.1683 20/8/1
・Mac AU is now supported. (Mac VST is not supported).
・The Preset Browser now displays presets categorized by series.
・Fixed a problem in which the voice was returned to default when opening a saved project file in some environments.
・Fixed a problem that caused a crash in rare cases when using pitch bend.
・Improved stability when changing presets.
・Improved overall stability.
Ver. 1.0.3 18/9/22
・The behavior of the level meter has been improved.
・Some VA presets were modified.
・Improved stability and compatibility with DAW.
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