swaaye wrote:So this must be quite different than the ubiquitous 8mbgmsfx.sf2, if it exists. I haven't heard of it before.
HunterZ wrote:My real SC-88 also has an MT-32 mode (actually it's a CM-32 or CM-64 or something mode) that, as with the SF2 files, only had the default MT-32 patch set and cannot accept custom MT-32 parameters via SysEx.
leileilol wrote:Doesn't the SB Live 5.1 ship with that one on the disc? I'd have to check
HunterZ wrote:Considering that the MT-32 ROM is only like 128KB, I doubt that the 8MB SF2 would have any difference in the MT-32 bank samples compared to the 2MB and 4MB SF2s.
Mau1wurf1977 wrote:I did a search on that CD for *.ECW and *.SF2 files. There where a ton of *.SF2 files, but I only focused on the "obvious" candiates.
Mau1wurf1977 wrote:Might purchase another Live! and give it another shot. I downloaded your custom soundfont already. My X-Fi should come soon, so I might test it with that card + DOSBox on my main quadcore machine.
retro games 100 wrote:Info re: Dell SB Live! cards:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_Blas ... 1_Dell_OEM (copy and paste all for link to work. Also read next paragraph)
This was a later, improved model. The EMU10K1 chip was put back, as was hardware EAX/DirectSound/DirectSound3D acceleration.  Nowadays there are working Windows drivers available for download from Creative's website (filename LiveDrvUni-Pack_ENG_.exe). It was recommended somewhere that all recording should be done in 48 kHz sampling rate, because there was an issue with hardware downsampling.
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