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Extracting a single sound font 1 month 4 weeks ago #1

  • Leo Brooks
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Hello

One of the main things I want to do with polyphone is extract single instruments as their own sound fonts to use them for a web based application I am designing where I don't want (and don't need) to load every instrument in a package. Or maybe I want to use 5 instruments from a list of hundreds. I want the sound fonts I use to be as light as possible to load. Is there an easy way to do this?

Right now, I am making a copy of my sound font, deleting all the samples, instruments, and presets I don't want, then saving it with a new name. It seems like there should be a really easy solution to this (i.e. select one or more presets, press a button that says extract as sf2 file, and it's done). Am I missing something?

Otherwise, I am really enjoying using the program. Thanks to all who have put it together,

Leo
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Extracting a single sound font 3 weeks 6 days ago #2

  • Michael
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Such things can easily be done with the "Export Soundfonts" option which you can find in the main menu.

Also Polyphone allows you to open multiple soundfonts: with copy / paste you can copy a preset including its samples and instruments from one file to another
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