May 14, 2022
(and last updated on May 14, 2022)
Sorry for the lack of instruments! I might fix that this weekend.
After seeing lots of great tutorials on how to rip samples, I did Mega Man X for fun, as the instruments are very small, and there aren't many instruments to tinker with. The looping might be off due to sample ripping not fine enough.
As a bonus, I've included the samples, so if you have a sample player, or just want the better version, use the samples inside the folder! Have fun with the soundfont!
(Found From Polyphone)
Guitar is an Ibanez RG350EX with a Seymour Duncan bridge pickup instead of the original one.
Strings are Ibanez super light gauge nickel wound (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042).
All strings are tuned one half tone down (e.g. e strings on d#).
A capo was used to hold down the strings on the respective frets.
All non-picked strings and the springs of the tremolo were dampened with some tissue, making the recordings as dry as possible.
The guitar was re...
Just made a small chiptune-ish SoundFont. It is based on a modern ZX Spectrum 48K sound routine by utz, features 32 rough and gritty 1-bit waveforms plus 4 rudimentary drum sounds. Resembles early Atari stuff. May come handy for your DAW-powered chiptune endeavors.
wtbeep is a ZX Spectrum 48K beeper music engine developed by utz in
2016. In short, this computer from 1982 lacked any sound hardware
besides the speaker connected directly to an I/O port, and all sound