Strings Soundfonts SF2 Files
Download Best Strings Soundfonts SF2 Files.
Strings Soundfonts includes over 500MB of strings and orchestral instruments available in SF2 format.
Using soundfonts can serve as an ideal point to learn about synthesis and sampling, and alos they are a valuable resource for any producer’s audio arsenal.
Each of this string soundfonts contains one or more sampled string and orchestral audio wav sample, which can be re-synthesized at different pitches and different dynamics levels.
Soundfonts libraries are generally regarded as a superior source of signal because many of the instruments was recorded using real instruments, processed near perfection.
Soundfonts (SF2) files can be used with any of next soft samplers: Audigy/SBLive, Reason NN-XT, Kontakt, Halion, EXS-24, Vsampler, Gigasampler, FL Studio’s Soundfont Player, SFX Sampler and many more others.
In total this pack includes 526MB of 97 string & orchestral soundfonts organized in specific folders as follows:
- Live Strings – 10 soundfonts
- Pizzicato Strings – 10 soundfonts
- Solo Strings – 6 soundfonts
- Synth Strings – 36 soundfonts
- Unreal Strings – 15 soundfonts
- Various Strings – 20 soundfonts
These string and orchestral sounds are perfectly suitable with any modern music genre such as EDM, Hip Hop, Trap, RnB, House, Pop, Pop-Rock, Dance etc. (mostly you can use them in any music genre and even in movie scores).
What are Soundfonts?
SoundFonts are similar in idea to regular fonts (TrueType in Windows). An ordinary font will take a piece of text and give it a different look and style. A SoundFont will take a piece of MIDI music and give it a different sound by replacing some or all of the MIDI instruments with new sounds.
A SoundFont can be something as simple as a new wavetable instrument set, or as complex as the vocals for a song. As far as I know, only professional sound cards can use SoundFonts. There are a few programs which use ordinary SoundFonts as the wavetable bank for a wavetable emulator, too.