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by Benjamin at 1:21 AM EST on February 27, 2015
Does anyone know what soundfonts Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door uses besides Logic Pro? I think I heard a lot of EMU Proteus VX instruments (though some sound slightly different, maybe it's the soundfont I have), but there's some I can't find in either that or Logic Pro (unless they're instruments from an earlier version)

edited 3:07 PM EST February 27, 2015
by Nisto at 1:58 AM EDT on March 10, 2015
Another small find: "NEW WORLD" from Distorted Reality was used for the Floormasters in Wind Waker.
by dj4uk6cjm at 5:06 AM EDT on March 10, 2015
Hey guys, I just found this online originally from here. Can anyone confirm if that is an authentic Roland JV 2080 soundfont?
by punk7890-2 at 9:46 AM EDT on March 10, 2015
It is indeed but it contains so little as to what a real 2080 would offer. The 2080 should have 640 presets on it.
by dj4uk6cjm at 11:31 AM EDT on March 10, 2015
Ah, okay cool! Neat find either way :D what is the difference between a JV 2080 and a JV 1080, quality?
by punk7890-2 at 1:22 PM EDT on March 10, 2015
2080 just contains different sounds. I think some but not all of the sounds are from a 1080 on the 2080.
by Can of Nothing at 8:53 PM EDT on March 10, 2015
@dj4uk6cjm I've had that pack for pretty much years now, and I can safely say that sound library is extremely lacking. From experience I can say sampling ROMplers is tedious, so most libraries tend to be far from complete, unless they're run through autosamplers that more often than not sound atrocious.

As far as just checking for samples goes you're much better off searching on SynthMania, and even if you sample off their demos to use the patches the quality difference may as well be negligible, ahaha.

It took me a bit of searching (my knowledge on this kind of stuff isn't as good as it used to be apparently), but apparently the JV-2080 has one extra bank of patches over the JV-1080, as far as samples go. There's claims that the shared patches sound subtly different between the two modules, though I wouldn't know anything about that.

I'm pretty sure I've asked this about a million times by now, but it'd be fantastic if anyone knew the source for the lead "doo" sample in the Super Mario 64 Main Theme (aka Bob-omb Battlefield). Everything else I've tried to substitute it for just doesn't have that... charm the original has.

EDIT: Oh yeah, I started uploading that Korg Triton ReFill (converted to SoundFonts); if anyone wants to use them for reference and research, I'll post the folder link here. Can't say I particularly recommend it for actual musical use, though. It's still better than most sample libraries... But that's not saying too much.

EDIT 2: Shoot, forgot to mention I found a French Horn sample used in Kirby Super Star Ultra and Super Mario 3D Land on the HyperCanvas/TTS-1. Wasn't on the SC-55 soundfont I have, so it might have been either a HyperCanvas or SC-88 exclusive, though.

EDIT 3: Would someone with Logic mind comparing the EXS factory Vibraphone patch to that from Rosalina in the Observatory 1, please? I had a discussion about it a while back, and I concluded Logic would be logically (no pun intended) the most likely source for it.

hot dang it's obvious i should be posting in small chunks more often

edited 2:23 AM EDT March 11, 2015
by Benjamin at 1:13 AM EDT on March 11, 2015
I didn't even think Super Mario Galaxy used Logic instruments.
by dj4uk6cjm at 8:46 AM EDT on March 11, 2015
I guess the real thing is always best huh :P does that mean if I buy a fantom keyboard theres no way I can rip the samples/presets on it? Yeah I know I'd already have the keyboard but what if I wanted the samples from it in sf2 format or share them with folks? Thanks I'll check out SynthMania but yes please share the korg triton soundfonts if you would @CON and maybe super mario galaxy 1 and 2 use samples from multiple libraries? I wish nintendo would stick to one library.


Also did you mean this sample? I don't know where it comes from either but I believe it might be nintendo's version of a electric grand piano back in those days.
by punk7890-2 at 9:30 AM EDT on March 11, 2015
@Can of Nothing
I have those French Horns samples if you need them. They do indeed come from a SC-88 (sound awesome). My version comes from a Roland sample CD in 48Hz. It also comes with 2 velocity zones which I don't think a normal SC-88 has.

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