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Casio SA-50/51 (Standard and General MIDI)

by Pancake

Uploaded on Feb 02, 2023 (and last updated on Jun 12, 2023)

A direct recording and resampling of Casio's recently released SA-50 and SA-51 keyboards which revive the long-dormant "Casiotone" name. Not too bad considering the target audience. Tones may not sound exact, samples are re-used in some of them and were pitched either an octave down or up, so I had to "stack" existing instruments to avoid redundancy as much as possible and used my SC-55mkII as a guide. Some of the patches are sampled from the Roland JV-1010, SC-55mkII and ...

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These files have an unknown license, were obtained from unkown sources or were compiled from third party material.
Extra considerations: (C) CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. GM patches (C) 1987, 1991-93, 1994-1999 Roland Corporation

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Colombo MT-32 SoundFont (sfpack)

by Duwindu Tharinda

Uploaded on Feb 27, 2021 (and last updated on Dec 22, 2021)

This is a sort of totally edited version of "Phoenix MT-32" with most of the well known presets having replaced with my ColomboGMGS2 SoundFont. More fixes would be coming out later.

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This my merger and fix of the Hedsound MT32 soundfont and Hakerg's GM version. Hakerg had forgotten the fret noise which broke certain songs, so what I did to fix that involved me putting the Guitar Harmonics thing there. Also I did some link-related stereo fixes without affecting the MT32's special stereo. I also painstakingly made the SFX kit into individual GS SFX items, while also making Bird Tweet better. I mapped the SFX also into the MSB Bank 64 XG SFX bank so that ...

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