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Nov 07, 2019
(and last updated on Jan 07, 2020)
Another experimental mini-project. It just is a very small SoundFont that tries to recreate a 4-op FM tone data, which uses the detune parameter (DT). Found in the "EFFEC.FF" FM tone data bank from KAJA's PMD sound driver.
I know there's already various SoundFonts with this sound but I tried to recreate it my way. It doesn't sound 100% perfect, but doesn't sound bad either. I think it sounds very decent. It includes two variants, a monophonic and a polyphonic preset.
FM sound driver "P.M.D." (C) by Masahiro Kajihara (KAJA).
FMPMD2000 FMP & PMD Music Player (including PMDWin and FMPWin playback libraries) (C) by C60.
FM sound generator engine "fmgen" (C) by cisc.
Note to people who make SoundFonts. If you wish to add this preset to your SoundFont and you share it, please give credit. Thank you!
Mar 05, 2018
(and last updated on Jan 30, 2020)
SampleSynthesis (beta version) is a SoundFont based on waveforms sampled from various sound sources. Note that "sound source" in my context refers to a sound generator software, not a public source of downloadable sounds. 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 sinc interpolation because it ruins loop points in the samples.
Note: It ...