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The Absolute Sega FM Soundfont Version 1.75!!!

by Jojo Witstar

Uploaded on Jul 09, 2022 (and last updated on Jul 21, 2022)

The Absolute Sega FM Soundfont Version 1.75! "Nice" -Verify Wire I combined all of my soundfonts (and added some new stuff) for this soundfont, go nuts. Previous Updates: Version 1.75: (OPL I added OPL samples and fixed some looping within the samples. Version 1.5: (I added some Drums, Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car Samples, and a Orchestra Hit!) I used Deflemask and Furnace Tracker for the samples, and Polyphone to make the soundfont. Credits: Virtua Racing Drum Sample...

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Wtfpl small Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License 2.0
Extra considerations: Thanks for using!!! It took alot of effort. Credit me for this.

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Sonic CD Boss Drums: The Soundfont

by Ferikkusu666

Uploaded on Mar 06, 2022 (and last updated on Mar 06, 2022)

Nobody did this yet, so I took matters into my own hands and decided to make it myself. I spent probably 13 minutes on this, but I hope this works for most of you people who make music. Key ranges are 57-60. If you have any problems with the soundfont, contact me on discord, Ferikkusu#7867.

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some years ago, our friend bca759577 ripped one of the most powerful sample sets on the world of the arcades in the 80s, so let me share with you this gorgoeus soundfont to bring you back to the sega golden age on arcade saloons

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Sonic CD samples

by Dekyo Ongen

Uploaded on Aug 04, 2020 (and last updated on Aug 05, 2020)

Extracted from SNCBNK* files. All voices included. They're in 16kHz. I recommend importing these in an audio editor/sampler/whatever you choose to play with the pitch/playback rate (note -- playback rate, not sample rate) otherwise import these in a SoundFont editor, etc. If you wish to use a sampler, I recommend a sampler that allows you to choose interpolation types (i.e. zero-order hold, linear, etc.) to simulate that aliased sound (using bit crushers isn't highly recom...

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