Feb 15, 2020
(and last updated on Feb 16, 2020)
(MY FIRST UPLOAD)
Have you ever received a test of the EAS on TV? Maybe you received a Severe Thunderstorm Warning on your phone? Maybe you've received a Civil Emergency Message on your NOAA Weather Radio? And you've thought the EAS Header was scary...
Well I've decided to turn the EAS Header into an instrument!
"EAS Header" replaces the following instrument(s):
Lead 1 (square)
All credits go to rightful owners.
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.
Feb 08, 2020
(and last updated on Feb 08, 2020)
This is a libre version of SonicLover 19's Realistic Soundfont V2, which has all non-free samples removed, which also happens to allow the bank to be used on more than just the proprietary BassMIDI and Audigy/X-Fi players by virtue of being under 2GiB after the cleanup of the non-free samples was done. I, stgiga, am hosting this on GDrive. Strix was the one who removed the non-free samples. Yes, libre players are supported. Yes, the 7z file can fit on a CD, and yes, the un...