Jan 11, 2019
(and last updated on Jan 29, 2019)
[Updated to V1.1, 12/1/2019]
- Added 'Synth Voice' sample.
- Added Drum Kit containing various percussion samples.
Here's a soundfont containing samples from the SNES game 'Kirby's Dream Course'.
Feel free to use this in any kind of project (Remix, Original Music, Video Game etc.), but always be aware of copyright, as these samples aren't mine.
(Check out the demo song as well!)
Jan 10, 2019
(and last updated on Jan 17, 2019)
I made this because the existing EarthBound soundfont had some missing samples.
Percussion Version: https://musical-artifacts.com/artifacts/676
Programs used to make this:
OpenSPC (for converting the .spc files to .it)
OpenMPT (for extracting the samples from the .it)
FL Studio Edison & GTune (for tuning the samples)
Polyphone (for making the soundfont)
Special thanks to Zophar's Domain for the Earthbound .spc files
Dec 27, 2018
(and last updated on Jan 13, 2019)
This is the original soundfont of the nintendo 64 game, soon I will upload the midis of the songs.
Notes: Drums are as separate instruments, the last instrument has loop problems
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(and last updated on Dec 01, 2018)
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