FL Studio: Soundfont Player, FL Keys & WASP Interface : FL Studio Tutorial: Soundfont File Format

FL Studio: Soundfont Player, FL Keys & WASP Interface : FL Studio Tutorial: Soundfont File Format


The file format used for the Soundfont player
is a file called dot SF2. It’s obviously the second format of the Soundfont players file
and it’s also better than the original Soundfont file itself. Now what a Soundfont is, as we’ve
discussed before, is it’s a collection of recorded instruments per note. To find the
extra ones like I had used in the song that we had showed you before instead of just using
the one FL studio provided you, we’re going to do a quick internet search for free SF2
and you’ll find just how much you can find just on Google, finding your own Soundfonts.
I’m going to type in free SF2. Right up here, SF2midi.com. This is actually a website where
I got most of my Soundfonts from. It’s very easy to use, it’s very intuitive, and it has
most of the stuff that you have, that you want, that you can find using the basic search.
Or go to the forms, look at, by asking other people who use Soundfonts. This sort of stuff
is real easy to do and you can find pages for whatever you want on the internet in the
form of Sound fonts. And if you work at it enough soon you’ll unmask the vast library
of Soundfonts that I have, had used to make the song I showed you before. That sort of
stuff is really very cool when you want to make your own creative things that aren’t
digitally centered.

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