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...
Mar 04, 2021
(and last updated on Mar 04, 2021)
(Uploader Notice: thanks audiobombs for saving these soundfonts!)
This is my second soundfont, an improved sampling of my 1977 Rhodes Mark I Stage 73 piano.
The follow soundfonts are included:
"jRhodes3.sf2.zip": Full unlooped soundfont, with 65 samples in 5 velocity layers, sampling at least every 4th white key starting at F1.
"jRhodes3a-looped.sfArk.zip": Looped version of the above.
"jRhodes3c.sf2.zip": Looped stereo version. A mild stereo pitch shift doubling chorus...
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
Jun 26, 2019
(and last updated on Sep 22, 2019)
Sounds, as in the original, are 32-kHz, 16-bit depth. Whether it's MT32, CM32 or CM64, the polyphony is as much as your computer allows.
You can use this soundfont directly in all software that can play / use. For software that doesn't directly support the soundfont, you should use it with helper software, such as VirtualMIDISynth.Describe what it is, how to use it, how it was made, etc...
All 128 Patches and Drumset is included.
MT-32 Map (Not GM or GS)
Warning: This ...
Sep 02, 2016
(and last updated on Dec 02, 2018)
Unlike other virtual pianos, this one will give you the sensation of sitting at the piano bench directly in front of the keys. This effect is best experienced when you wear headphones. Features include samples for when the damper pedal is both up and down, sampled releases, and even damper pedal sounds that all recorded binaurally from a playing position!
>> IMPORTANT: If you want to be notified when a new version of this sample library is available, make sure you d...