Apr 04, 2016
(and last updated on Apr 04, 2016)
A tranverse flute soundfont created from scratch using the no-vibrato samples provided by IOWA University. One sample per note. No filters. No loops. Only the flute samples the way they were recorded. (If you want the legato effect, please, use attack controllers to create it.)
Jul 22, 2016
(and last updated on Nov 23, 2016)
EDITED: Now the note range goes from C3 to C7
Originally I heard the choir soundfont in this video and wanted it, but couldn't find it anywhere. This soundfont is something that I found (with no sign of author or any metadata) in a forum thread with a collection of orchestral sounds and edited it to create a similar sound of voices swelling in volume.
You'll find voice aahs and oohs, a mix of both slow and immediate attack versions of the sounds. See the demo included be...
Jul 23, 2016
(and last updated on Jul 23, 2016)
Florestan French Horns contains the heroic sound of multiple french horns at the unison. How many french horns? Who knows? Maybe 4... The samples come from a previous version of Fluid, a GM bank created by Frank Wen.