Feb 11, 2017
(and last updated on Feb 11, 2017)
This sound library is sampled from a toy that has two modes, which are obviously "Piano" and "Xylophone". You can access these modes via key switches.
I made this virtual instrument so that is played back exactly like the original toy, right down to the quirk that necessitates that you press the keys down with a bit of force, in order for the hammer to hit the bells. If you don't, then you'll just hear the keys flailing and no tone.
This is a great oddity to add amongst ...
Dec 16, 2016
(and last updated on Feb 08, 2017)
UPDATED! (Feb. 7, 2017) I fixed some tuning issues and removed a few bad notes.
Embrace the fun sound of this virtual electronic organ, sampled from a spinet organ that was likely built in the late 70s!
The full version is available on my website: http://michaelpichermusic.wixsite.com/composer/
Aug 29, 2016
(and last updated on Sep 02, 2016)
I'm creating a bunch of SoundFonts for myself and other musicians. Many of them are free and can be used in commercial and non-commercial projects. Here is the "lite" version of my virtual Hammond organ. The "full" version can be downloaded from my website.
This project is worked on by volunteers in their free time. Donations are used to cover the hosting costs of the website and accelerate the development of new features. There are many ways to contribute besides donating money, see this page