Sep 01, 2023
(and last updated on Sep 05, 2023)
25 available FM voices of the SHS-10 compiled into Soundfont form! Digitally sampled via emulation using the patch codes provided in the ROM dump by plgDavid. The first 25 presets of the soundfont correspond to the original transmit program numbers of the SHS-10's MIDI output.
Also includes GM-mapped version via the Discord mirror.
Jun 04, 2023
(and last updated on Jun 13, 2023)
A general MIDI soundfont with balanced instruments. I used General User GS for many of the sounds, and also I matched the volume of the other samples used to General User GS.---version 1.03: fixed a few bugs with drum kits
"As a special exception, if you create a composition which uses these sounds, and mix these sounds or unaltered portions of these sounds into the composition, these sounds do not by themselves cause the entire composition as a whole to be covered by the GNU General Public License. This exception does not however invalidate any other reasons why the composition might be covered by the GNU General Public License.
If you modify these sounds, you may extend this exception to your version of the sounds, but you are not obligated to do so. If you do not wish to do so, delete this exception statement from your version."
Apr 26, 2023
(and last updated on Sep 06, 2023)
Ask and you shall receive: A GM SoundFont by me, stgiga, of those musical calculators that was turned into an incomplete and non-GM SoundFont by evnchn on Github, but now including a drumkit (the Controller Click from Marcel J. Therrien's Gamer's Orchestra to represent calculator keypresses), and SFX (Pencil from JS121's SFX, to fit the math theme.)
sleaf (maker of the old DSoundFont Ultimate and its much better successors Enchant! and ETERNAL!) helped fix the balance, whi...
Apr 12, 2023
(and last updated on Apr 15, 2023)
The squarewave from the 1997 V-Tech Power Zone 2000 educational computer. Never heard of this thing before? I get it! It's pretty obscure and hard to find. Anyways, try this if you make chiptune music.
Feb 27, 2023
(and last updated on Nov 25, 2023)
This libre SoundFont is a new fixed version of Micasddsa4000's Jummbox Soundfont,
I, stgiga, fixed the pitch, OPL2 samples, modulators, and mappings, and also added Zandro Reveille's OPL3 drums (TheFatMan is part of the equation, including OPL2 booster drums too) (also William B. Santos's YM2612 and Piconica (free basic waveform synth tool of sorts) drums were used to boost the range again, followed by little-scale's and drunkenjesus's OPLL drums, resulting in a drum ran...
BeepBox and JummBox are under The MIT License, and Zandro's OPL3 and OPL2 are under CC-BY-SA4, which is compatible with The MIT License (and GPLv3 as well, so you can use this SoundFont in anything GPL3-licensed. So yes, this bank is certifiably able to be a Linux package, even on distros like Trisquel that ONLY allow libre packages. Also, I have the bank on OpenGameArt for use in any games of the Liberated Pixel Cup variety, a game jam dedicated towards making FOSS games. This bank is also on other places besides this site, such as itch.io, OpenGameArt, IndieGameMusic, Archive.org, SourceForge, and others. And no, I didn't paywall the bank on ANY of the other sites it is on. I even point people to this site in the description to fulfill my CC-BY-SA4 obligations to attribute. I consider this SoundFont to be one of the best FOSS things I have done.) The William B. Santos stuff is Public Domain. OPLL stuff is libre. The Retro Player bank is under CC-BY 3.0.
Dec 27, 2022
(and last updated on Apr 15, 2023)
I made this due to the lack of other instruments in TomatoWatcher's soundfont. It also lacks some instruments. I recommend getting TomatoWatcher's soundfont to fill in the blanks of some instruments. I also recommend you use these together. Some of the samples also might sound mediocre because this is my first outing in Polyphone. Also, there's drums now.
Dec 05, 2022
(and last updated on Oct 20, 2023)
I'm stgiga, and here's my 4GiB Roland SC-88Pro soundfont from my Weebly but in a better place. This SF2 was made when I was, in essence, a 15-16yo trans girl (I'm now nonbinary, 21yo, and use they/them). It even supports the XG mode. It was designed to be compatible with the vast majority of MIDI files, including exotic ones that used the 88Pro, especially Japanese MIDIs. I made it in 2018 when I was fed up with broken MIDIs. It was a pain to make and often involved using ...