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My sf2 and sfz Instruments 1 year 8 months ago #1

  • Michael Picher
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Hello!

I've been making virtual instruments for myself and anyone else who is interested. Most of them are in the SFZ format, but I recently created a sf2 version of my latest synth (using Polyphone, of course!).

Any feedback is welcome!
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My sf2 and sfz Instruments 1 year 7 months ago #2

  • Davy
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Thank you for sharing this work! All the samples are really cute.

If needed, I can upload an sf2 version of these soundfonts in this current website with a link to your website and this license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
(this seems to be what you are using)

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Davy
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My sf2 and sfz Instruments 1 year 7 months ago #3

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Thanks! CT-7000 is the only one I have formatted as an sf2. The other virtual instruments I have don't really translate to sf2, because of their design.

I'm fine with you uploading the sf2 version of CT-7000 to your site, with a link back to my own, but my license agreement isn't quite Creative Commons. In short, I own all the rights to the samples and no one else should redistribute the files. However, anyone is still free to use the instrument in commercial/non-commercial works.

If it's possible, could you include the whole folder? Not only does it have all the documentation, but it also includes a bunch of preset drum rhythms, in the form of MIDI files.
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