Login / Register 00 items | $0.00 CHECKOUT New
 monstrumfeld by Monstrum Media is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and an Audio Plugin Host and a Standalone Application. It functions as a VST Plugin and a Standalone Application. It can host VST Plugins.
monstrumfeld monstrumfeld monstrumfeld monstrumfeld
Product monstrumfeld
Developer Monstrum Media
Price (MSRP)
Type / Tags MIDI EditorSynth EditorSynth ProgrammerSysEx Editor
Plug-in, App & Soundware Format(s)
UtilityStand-alone utility / application
Operating System Availability
Download Released
Downloads Released
System Requirements
Windows XP to Windows 8, both 32 and 64-bit files included.
Downloads Released
System Requirements
OS 10.6.x or higher, 32 and 64-bit universal files included.
Downloads Released
System Requirements
Linux Kernel 2.3 and higher, libc 2.7 and higher, both 32 and 64-bit files included.
Miscellaneous Information
Copy ProtectionOther
Important Note
There have been reports from the monstrumfeld beta testing team regarding issues with the blokey and this software. Reproducible stuttering value changes and stuck notes when triggered from the blokey's keyboard. If you are a blofeld keyboard owner and you have already experienced stuttering value changes Waldorf *IS* aware of the issue. It is recommended you contact your dealer for warranty service before jumping on board with monstrumfeld. Please feel free to contact monstrummedia before making any purchase if you own a blofeld keyboard and have any reservations. There are known bugs even with the recent 1.16B2 system update for the blofeld which are likely to manifest most heavily with the keyboard version of the Waldorf Blofeld.

monstrumfeld is a cross-platform stand-alone software editor for your coveted Blofeld synth which allows you to control and edit every parameter in the synth within one cleanly designed GUI.

This software editor provides you with an attractive and well designed graphical user interface to adjust values of every controllable parameter on the synth.

You can run the application as a standalone to make edits w/o having to fire up your DAW
-- or --
You can use the version VST in a single track of your DAW (without the need to load any additional MIDI tracks!)

Change programs and the interface updates with the program's parameters - all of which are editable down to the name of the program.

monstrumfeld, the cross-platform software editor for the Waldorf Blofeld synthesizer has been cut free of its ropes and chains and is now available for $49.99 at monstrummedia.com. For details, see http://www.monstrummedia.com/product/feld/.

This stand-alone software release also comes with an experimental beta cross-platform version of monstrumFeld as a separate VST for windows (XP<) and OS X (10.6<). Native stand-alone and VST plugin files available in both 32 and 64-bit for Windows, OS X and Linux.

Latest User Reviews Average user rating of 1.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By blake82
August 11, 2017

Looks good, but is very broken. The editor will randomly overwrite patches on my blofeld with garbage, rendering it useless. The issue can be duplicated reliably, and I've sent detailed reproduction steps to support, but they refuse to respond or help. It's very frustrating and disappointing.

Read more


Discussion: Active
14 March 2018 at 10:07am

I read it's a "software editor". Does it only work in combination with the hardware blofeld synth?

suppose you cannot run this VST with regular MIDI keyboards like e.g. akai mpk mini or things like that?

Please log in to join the discussion


Average user rating of 1.00 from 1 review

Monstrum Media
 My KVR - Version Control & Lists
Not In Your MY KVR Groups
(or group limitation prevents versioning)
6 people have added monstrumfeld to 5 My KVR groups 6 times
+2 in private groups

KVR Rank (Based on page views)

Overall: 5483  3752  5132  229

30-Day: 5370; 7-Day: 4287; Yesterday: 13390

What's New @ KVR Audio
Is Studio One the best alternative and superior to Mixcraft? Is it also the best one on the market now?by THE INTRANCER @ 20:40 in Hosts & Applications (Sequencers, DAWs, Audio Editors, etc.)2020 a year in gear (what have you/are you bought/buying?)by rob_lee @ 20:40 in Hardware (Instruments and Effects)Continue this sentence with song lyricsby Erisian @ 20:40 in Off Topic ClassicsDo You Love Your MIDI Controller?by rod_zero @ 20:39 in Hardware (Instruments and Effects)One Synth Challenge #136: Odin 2 by The Wave Wardenby tomx2188 @ 20:38 in InstrumentsFS: LiquidSonics, IKM, Xils-Lab, D16, Bitwig, Eventide, DiscoDSP, Sugar-bytes, Accusonus, Overloud, Nugen, AAS+more.by simmo75 @ 20:37 in Sell & Buy (+Special Offers, Deals & Promos)Bargain Center: discussion, gossip, etc.by timbit2006 @ 20:36 in Sell & Buy (+Special Offers, Deals & Promos)Fantasy. Written in the 80s but got a facelift a number of years back.by Erisian @ 20:28 in Music CafeFBM Fury 800by ENV1 @ 20:28 in InstrumentsMan Makes Noise releases Puro - cinematic textures and pads for Omnisphere 2.6by Man Makes Noise @ 20:25 in SoundwareWhy do people use multiple DAWs?by vurt @ 20:22 in Hosts & Applications (Sequencers, DAWs, Audio Editors, etc.)May Contest: Resultby vurt @ 20:21 in Music CafeFS: Ableton 9 Suite, Altiverb 7, Kush, Lexicon PCM Native, Slate Virtual, Waves Mercury, Xils Labby metasequence @ 20:18 in Sell & Buy (+Special Offers, Deals & Promos)Amusing genre / sub genre names that do actually exist but make you think WTF!?by vurt @ 20:18 in Everything Else (Music related)FS/FT: Pulsar Audio MU, Slyfi Deflectorby the-rippa @ 20:17 in Sell & Buy (+Special Offers, Deals & Promos)View All Latest Posts