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General Game Boy Advance Soundfont 2.0

by BuskinCothurn

Uploaded on Aug 20, 2022 (and last updated on Sep 19, 2022)

After about 4 months of no updates to this soundfont I went back to highly improve it, as I wasn't too happy with it. Many samples were replaced with much more MIDI friendly and overall better ones and instruments were tweaked to reduce the release and make them more in line with other GM soundfonts.

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Puggsy (SNES) Soundfont

by BuskinCothurn

Uploaded on May 07, 2022 (and last updated on May 12, 2022)

Here's a soundfont of the long lost and shrouded in mystery SNES port of Puggsy. This game has a rather limited sound palette, with only 10 instrument samples and 2 percussion samples. While the music in the actual game is rather poor (specially if compared with the Genesis original) the samples used are fine, and can work well if used properly.

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Extra considerations: Psygnosis, Traveller's Tales

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General Game Boy Advance Soundfont

by BuskinCothurn

Uploaded on Jan 16, 2022 (and last updated on Aug 20, 2022)

Like all my previous (and way, way worse) soundfonts this was made as a simple pass time, the Game Boy Advance is my favourite console and I wanted to make a General MIDI compatible soundfont. While most people would probably just take samples from the most well known games on the GBA like Pokémon, Mario and Sonic I decided to take samples from obscure/less popular games like Kid Paddle, Open Season and Rayman Raving Rabbids. The reason I did that is that I think Japanese ...

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