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Kurzweil K2000 Brite Piano (Soundfont)

by The GP

Uploaded on Jul 24, 2021 (and last updated on Jul 25, 2021)

The Original Kurzweil K2000 factory program five layers very bright piano soundfont like a 1990-2000's eurodance. Published and converted by Aleksandr Bykov.

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Kurzweil K2000 Stereo Grand (Soundfont)

by The GP

Uploaded on Jul 24, 2021 (and last updated on Aug 23, 2021)

The Original five layers piano soundfont from 'Fable" and "Children" of Robert Miles' track 1996 year. Published and converted by Aleksandr Bykov.

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Roland Bright Grand


Uploaded on Nov 24, 2022

Basically an edit of the GO:GRAND sf2, making it more bright and interchanging some samples. Come to think of it, Roland just moves the samples by one or two semitones then retunes them. 88 samples 24 bit 41.1 KHz 41 Velocity layers Compressed to RAR but it is in sf2 format

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Extra considerations: Samples are from Edirol HQ Orchestral

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Yamaha Motif ES6 2

by Lessu

Uploaded on Jul 06, 2023 (and last updated on Jul 08, 2023)

Update! Added the iconic "ConcertGrand". This time done from scratch, this soundfont contain 3* patches Ballad, Natural, Concert. Natural was EQ'd aiming for a bright profile. Live setup, will add the regular version later. Super clean sounds best I could achieve Velocity curve: Light Enjoy.

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Extra considerations: Sampled by Lessu

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