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    Trevor0402's SC-55 soundfont

    I've got more than half of the unit recorded thanks to this tool. I'm making another SC-55 SoundFont, though the size is way too big even while incomplete currently. Here's what it sounds like currently however. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5EknzhGqgc
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    Trevor0402's SC-55 soundfont

    Thanks again for the feedback, I am currently working on the next version, so stay tuned for that. I will be sure to fix whatever is mentioned. I did try to correct the pitches myself but that ended up being well, kind of a disaster. I'll have this sorted out though come the next release. Plus, the instruments will have their normal and actual volumes then.
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    Trevor0402's SC-55 soundfont

    The reverb and chorus system on the unit has a default of 64 and 127 at max. I could only assume with that, that 50 would be normal.
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    Trevor0402's SC-55 soundfont

    Thank you everyone for your feedback! I've attached a hotfix below, the Saw Lead and Square were a bit out of tune. SC-55_SoundFont_v1.2a_(Hotfix).zip Then again, if anything sounds odd or wrong let me know, I will tackle it down and fix it entirely. @OpenRift Thanks for being one to test my Soundfont, you've helped me a good deal on this too pointing out things that were off. I would also recommend FluidSynth for this, but it sounds just as good with VirtualMIDISynth.
  5. Well, I followed all of the steps in the video and I always keep getting this error. Is there a workaround to this?
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    Sega Saturn DOOM TC!

    Been spending time working on this. My brother (BaratusII) also has helped with the project as well. Here is what is done so far. I think it's going pretty well.