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Just wanted to say that the final touches are done and the soundfont is finished! Have fun with it! :)

Download from the description of this test demo video:
Quote from: Dudeman on August 31, 2016, 05:11:06 PMtbh I wasn't expecting much when I downloaded the files but these actually sound really good for an amateur attempt! The studio one in particular almost sounds like a recording which is incredible.

Thanks! Yeah the studio one is the one with less audio editing and gimmicks so it should sound more like a recording. The concert one is basically applying a touch of reverb to all of the samples to give it a more "roomy" feeling.

Quote from: NocturneOfShadow on August 31, 2016, 05:49:14 PMHey, this is pretty good.  Is there a way to import the soundfont into finale

Finale can import .sf2 files, but actually, for this project I was going to export it at as a .sfz file, as sfz has some major advantages being easier to edit, supporting true stereo, and spectral morphing, but I'll try and see what I can do with the SF2 format. Anyways, just know that you can convert your MIDIs into high quality audio using this program:
Basically using that program, you would import the MIDI, import a soundfont (it supports almost all the formats I think, from SFZ, SF2, SF3, SFPACK, to SFARK, and then click the render to WAV button. I know you probably would want to listen to the audio while working on an arrangement in Finale, so I'll see about doing an SF2 version as well :)
So, one day I was just planned bored and wanted to make something. So I made a piano soundfont. You can say that there's plenty out there already, but the thing is, most of the free ones out there just aren't that good, either the sample quality, or how many samples there are for the entire piano. You couldn't say anything better for this soundfont, but at least it's my first attempt at making one. I recorded the Weinbach Upright I have in my bedroom with amateur equipment as well (considering I don't have any microphones at all) I just recorded it through a laptop in the Audacity program. It took around 2 hours to record all the keys. The final product won't actually have all the I found that I set the input volume a bit high so some keys just produce earrapish sounds. But still it has over 70 good samples and they're in WAV, 32 bit standard float, 1411 kbps at a sample rate of 44100 kHz, which is quite decent. In the audio editing process, I actually made the samples into two different sets, one made to sound more like a concert hall and another like...a bedroom/studio/small room. I'm at the final stages in assembling the samples together but so far I have to say it sounds pretty nice. Much nicer than Microsoft GS Synth (obviously) and many other GM soundfont out there (as the number of samples for the piano instrument tend to be quite low). You can hear some demos below:

Concert Grand Edition:
Studio Grand Edition:

EDIT: It's done! Download here:
Yeah, I started to make impossible remixes of songs, especially Undertale. Please enjoy! :D

1. Asgore
Musescore is your friend, and it's free. Or Notepad, though not as many functions.
So, I found this great piano soundfont, Keppy's Steinway Piano. This piano really makes piano MIDIs come to life with HQ WAV samples from a Steinway D-274 Concert Grand. Plus, it has dynamic filtering (spectral morphing) to make dynamics in piano arrangements come out and multiple presets, so you can make it sound melodramatic (sad), deep, bright, etc.
Audio Demo:

To use the SF, make sure the MIDI is set to the instrument 000 (Grand Piano, not bright or anything like that). Then I find the best method to convert MIDI to HQ WAV to use KMC. Get KMC here:

Install it, import the MIDIs, import the SFZ preset that you want to use, and render. Hope this helped you guys! :)
Could you please post 7z with MIDI PDF and MUS instead of just MUS? Thanks.
Except for 1 AM and 2AM.
Music / Favorite Piano Soundfont
October 12, 2015, 07:44:05 PM
Go list your favorite Soundfonts of piano here!

Currently, my fav is Keppy Steinway Piano 3.06 Reverb. It sounds so great and realistic to .me, the reverb makes the sound fuller. You can get that at

My fav used to be the Yamaha Disklavier Pro on the zenvoid website though.
Oh wow! One sheet left! Are you doing Mini Game Lose also?
Help! / Re: Which version is correct???
October 12, 2015, 05:03:42 PM
Quote from: JDMEK5 on October 10, 2015, 05:05:53 PMI haven't checked either but I know that The Manta Storm and Piranha Plant Battle share basically the same track with a few differences. Maybe that's the problem here. The video by GilvaSunner is correct.

I'm pretty sure that GilvaSunner is always correct.
Off-Topic / Re: Made mah day.
October 12, 2015, 05:01:11 PM
Got an A on the test I literally freaked out about. :)
Off-Topic / Re: Schoolwork Help Thread
October 12, 2015, 05:00:28 PM
Quote from: Brawler4Ever on October 11, 2015, 10:23:12 AMThe Quadratic Equation?

Ha ha I did that last year in 7th grade but I completely forgot about it. :P
For the NSMBW sheets you have corrected so far could you make them a 7z file with MUS, MIDI, and PDF? I hate Notepad messing up the MIDI and not be able to do PDF. Also 7z is a better compression, and your ZIP files seem to be encrypted with ZipCrpyto, so I have to use 7ZIP anyhow to open it.
Are you gonna fix all of your NSMBW sheets? That would be noice.