Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1178 from 2003/3/13
From: Pinto, Madrid ...
If you mean Sound Font format,
Well, I didn't know I was meaning that!
The Wikipedia page about Sound Font is very interesting, and it shows that free, good quality samples do exist. So lack of instruments is no excuse!Quote:
you may expect it to be supported in some 3.x version of DigiBooster.
That would be great! It seems this Creative propietary format is a de-facto standard. There are some open source programs which have support for it, so having Sound Fonts in DigiBooster could be possible. But, as you say, in a future version.
Also, hooligan's tip for finding instruments (searching torrents with "sample") gave good results, but revealed something interesting: While searching Sound Font, I could find classic instruments, but when I searched samples, most results were about techno/dance.