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Tiny Ice Cream Truck PSG Soundfont

by stgiga, Pezbeth, Zmey Kolbasnik, and Elf of Happy and Love

Uploaded on Jul 11, 2019 (and last updated on Oct 06, 2019)

This sub-7KiB GM soundfont works on all midi players. It uses a 9 sample filtered square wave for melody and a 118 sample filtered periodic Noise wave for drums and sfx. Also note that the square is 11025hz sample rate and the noise is 11025hz sample rate, meaning that one can use it in scenarios of the worst quality possible with no trouble whatsoever. The entire 127 samples of audio data could fit in the wave memory of the Namco 163 Famicom expansion sound chip when ALL ...

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Extra considerations: You can use this for anything you can think of using this for.

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CT-7000 (Retro Synth) [Free Version]

by Michael Picher

Uploaded on Mar 20, 2017 (and last updated on Dec 02, 2018)

If you need that musical sound from an 80s rock band or a Homestar Runner cartoon, this sample library could fit the bill! I built this virtual synth from samples, recorded using a vintage keyboard, that just appeared one day. When we were kids, my brother and I spent countless hours playing around with it. I even composed some of my very first melodies of music using this keyboard. >> IMPORTANT: If you want to be notified when a new version of this sample library...

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All Rights Reserved to Michael Picher
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Extra considerations: Feel free to use this virtual instrument in any commercial/non-commercial projects.

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8-Bit Chip

by Michael Picher

Uploaded on Sep 29, 2016 (and last updated on Sep 18, 2019)

Introducing Version 2.0!! SFZ Format Pulse (3 variants), Triangle, and Noise waves Simple keyboard layout "Legato" effect Vibrato, tremolo, slide (portamento), attack, and release controls ​ The goal, when designing "8-Bit Chip", was to create something that was friendly to a musician, rather than a programer. Traditionally, 8-Bit music is created in what can be described as a spreadsheet-like environment, where pitches and effects are coded one at a time. My idea was ...

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