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The oringator soundfont

by Milton Paredes, mpj factory studios

Uploaded on Oct 02, 2018 (and last updated on Oct 02, 2018)

Tis soundfont was made in 2006. some samples from the old sound generator called oringator, for Windows 98. but i try to use ths old sound generator in win xp ot the time. and here it is!.

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Extra considerations: c 2006 mpj Factory studios, quito, ecuador.

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Analog toy effects

by Milton paredes, mpj factoy studios

Uploaded on Oct 02, 2018 (and last updated on Oct 02, 2018)

this soundfont was made in 2004. extrated from a keyring thati haved with crappy analog sound effects, that's remine's me to old gemeny dj mixers from the 90's. Hope you enjoy this old soundfont.

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SampleSynthesis (an attempt to emulate/recreate toy keyboards and lo-fi retro sounds)

by Dekyo Ongen

Uploaded on Mar 05, 2018 (and last updated on Nov 02, 2018)

SampleSynthesis (beta version) is a SoundFont based on waveforms sampled from various sound sources. 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 sync interpolation because it ruins loop points in the samples. Note: It is Not compatible with General MIDI. Opinions and suggestions are welcome. If you have a toy keyboard with a headphone j...

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Xylo Piano 1.1 (SFZ)

by Michael Picher

Uploaded on Feb 11, 2017 (and last updated on Feb 11, 2017)

This sound library is sampled from a toy that has two modes, which are obviously "Piano" and "Xylophone". You can access these modes via key switches. I made this virtual instrument so that is played back exactly like the original toy, right down to the quirk that necessitates that you press the keys down with a bit of force, in order for the hammer to hit the bells. If you don't, then you'll just hear the keys flailing and no tone. This is a great oddity to add amongst ...

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