May 07, 2021
(and last updated on May 07, 2021)
This is a massive collection of MIDI files created for the video game series called "Halo". Unfortunately, without this collection, the majority of these would be lost to the void of the internet, since the original site that I got these from, is long dead and wayback machine provided no answers.
Mar 18, 2021
(and last updated on Mar 20, 2021)
This is a soundfont of the Sony Ericsson T610. Not sure if it's accurate enough.
Credits to some guy on Discord for finding the original samples from the T610, some samples come from the Casio CTK-230 keyboard, credits to the guy who made the CTK-230 soundfont.
Mar 04, 2021
(and last updated on Mar 05, 2021)
If my memory serves right. This 22MB Soundfont is a modified yamaha XG sound font. It is tailored to play original Final Fantasy VII xg midis to be better than that from PSX version's recordings. I used to use TiMidity++ to play those xg midi on my Hi-FI system a decade ago. It's amazing!
I also use this to play other games with Coolsoft virtualmidisynth. It makes every game that uses midi sounds like FF7.
I don't remember who the original author was. I am simply sharing...
Mar 04, 2021
(and last updated on Mar 04, 2021)
(Uploader Notice: thanks audiobombs for saving these soundfonts!)
This is my second soundfont, an improved sampling of my 1977 Rhodes Mark I Stage 73 piano.
The follow soundfonts are included:
"jRhodes3.sf2.zip": Full unlooped soundfont, with 65 samples in 5 velocity layers, sampling at least every 4th white key starting at F1.
"jRhodes3a-looped.sfArk.zip": Looped version of the above.
"jRhodes3c.sf2.zip": Looped stereo version. A mild stereo pitch shift doubling chorus...