Jun 12, 2018
(and last updated on Jun 23, 2018)
This is a SoundFont of my Casio CTK-230.
Months ago I started to make this SoundFont, only the piano presets. But on June 9 I started to continue it, and finally I completed it. I have sampled and also recreated the loop points in each sample, to save space and prevent this SoundFont from being large. There are some presets that I have not recreated because the envelopes that were used for those presets are not possible using the parameters that the SoundFont 2.1 format o...
Mar 05, 2018
(and last updated on Jun 18, 2018)
SampleSynthesis (beta version) is a SoundFont based on waveforms sampled from various sound sources. I made it to recreate electronic toys and more. (Specifically retro sounds).
Features velocity layers in some presets, and it is monophonic. I recommend use this SoundFont without sync interpolation because it ruins loop points in the samples.
Note: It is Not compatible with General MIDI. Opinions and suggestions are welcome.
If you have a toy keyboard with a headphone j...
Aug 24, 2015
(and last updated on Dec 30, 2015)
This sf2 soundbank, called the Ghent Carillon, is made with free samples found on the following site: http://bimbam.be/EN/klokken.html
They are mono but good sounding, and respect the resonance of the 54 bells, from B flat to F, on 4 octaves. The samples have been converted from mp3 to wave, and regularly disposed in space from left to right, using the pan adjustment in the soundfont with Vienna Soundfont.
In this belfry, there are no bells for the B and the C sharp of t...
The soundfont was created by Soni Musicae but the samples are free and come from Ghent (Belgium) city's clock and were made available by a non-profit organization. The original site is now dead (but is linked here and can be accessed via Internet Archive) so most of the uses here should be okay.
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