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Wii Music Soundfont

by Kazumi Totaka, Makarthenut

Uploaded on Aug 26, 2022

Have you ever wanted to make a Wii Music cover like AdamCrossing? But you just can't hack Wii Music, even using Wii Music Editor? Well I have the perfect solution! Introducing...the Wii Music (Instruments) Soundfont! With this, you can make your own Wii Music Covers without having to hack the game! It's ripped from the game's files so it's not some crappy fan-made one! Anyway, Have Fun! Thanks, Makar.

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Extra considerations: Some of the sounds like the Accordion and Banjo seem to be from the MOTU Universal Instruments Soundbank, but I don't know where the rest come from.

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Photo Channel Soundfont

by Probably Kazumi Totaka, Makarthenut

Uploaded on Jul 12, 2022 (and last updated on Jul 13, 2022)

Just the soundfont of the instruments from the music tracks from the Photo Channel on the Wii. Expect A Lot More Wii Soundfonts From Me. Get The Photo Channel .brsar here: https://www.mediafire.com/file/4t90ksx87ixn8y2/rev_photo.brsar/file

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Extra considerations: I know some of the stuff is from the Yamaha MOTIF Rack XS according to the VGM Sound Sources Sheet.

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Check Mii Out Channel Theme Soundfont

by Kazumi Totaka, Makarthenut

Uploaded on Jul 11, 2022 (and last updated on Jul 14, 2022)

The Check Mii Out Channel Theme Soundfont Ripped Straight From The .wad File Using Various Wii Tools. Update: Mii Channel Soundfont Is Out!

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