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Well my friend, this is a compilation of famous sounds of the regional music of my country called "Banda Sinaloense" and other sounds of the North region of Mexico, so enjoy this pack please All credit goes to Drjassmusic, abisai ochoa producer, toru inaama and isis999 for the hard work of sampling I just simply compile my previous convertions of the original efforts of the creators PD for use the charcheta, please select preset 57 bank 8

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This have a Banda Trumpet, and Banda sinaloense Trombone, a Tigres del Norte Saxophone and a New Brass Section for giving new life to your soundfonts this have even a fresh version of the Sinaloa Brass Section, but with better loop points and size optimized (vs the first version of Sinaloa Brass Section that was artificailly looped)

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Empire Interactive SNES Soundfont

by 48 LAC

Uploaded on Dec 16, 2019 (and last updated on Jul 31, 2020)

A soundfont made with samples from the games Yogi Bear, Space Ace, Turbo Toons and Magic Boy, all published or developed by Empire Interactive.

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Extra considerations: Empire Interactive

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Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

by Mattias Westlund

Uploaded on Aug 10, 2015 (and last updated on Dec 28, 2015)

Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra is a free orchestral sample library. While not as advanced or ambitious in scope as commercial offerings, SSO contains all the basic building blocks for creating real virtual orchestrations. It's primarily aimed at beginners, but also more experienced composers looking for something lightweight and/or portable might find it useful.

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