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First post, by TRON Silver

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Hi Everyone, I Don't Have My Soundfont That This Yamaha MU100 Is Not Released For Soundfont Either.
I Really Need to Get A Yamaha XG MU100 Soundfont! Also, I Searched on google and it can not be found.
Is Anyone Having A SF2 File of Yamaha XG MU100 Soundfont please? Thanks.

Reply 1 of 5, by Schule04

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There are no soundfonts that can replicate XG effects. But there is a softsynth made by Yamaha that emulates a MU50 which is close to the MU100:

https://veg.by/en/projects/syxg50/

Reply 2 of 5, by RetroGamer4Ever

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Schule04 wrote on 2021-11-07, 17:24:

There are no soundfonts that can replicate XG effects. But there is a softsynth made by Yamaha that emulates a MU50 which is close to the MU100:

https://veg.by/en/projects/syxg50/

http://www.jaybmusic.net/Downloads/SYXG_VSTi.zip

That has both the XG50 and the XG2006 VSTi plug-ins, which cover XG/XG-Lite. They only work with 32-bit MIDI applications as 32-bit VSTi plug-ins. I've been looking for the more advanced SY-XG soft-synth VSTis, but nobody has bothered to convert them to VSTis, though you can still find the install files out in the wild and try to do that.

Reply 3 of 5, by TRON Silver

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Schule04 wrote on 2021-11-07, 17:24:

There are no soundfonts that can replicate XG effects. But there is a softsynth made by Yamaha that emulates a MU50 which is close to the MU100:

https://veg.by/en/projects/syxg50/

Well... I think i have my Yamaha MU50 SF2, It's called S-YXG50. I also found it.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/ecn8y1cx7d5hs0 … .2.1.2.sf2/file

Reply 4 of 5, by TRON Silver

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RetroGamer4Ever wrote on 2021-11-08, 16:44:
Schule04 wrote on 2021-11-07, 17:24:

There are no soundfonts that can replicate XG effects. But there is a softsynth made by Yamaha that emulates a MU50 which is close to the MU100:

https://veg.by/en/projects/syxg50/

http://www.jaybmusic.net/Downloads/SYXG_VSTi.zip

That has both the XG50 and the XG2006 VSTi plug-ins, which cover XG/XG-Lite. They only work with 32-bit MIDI applications as 32-bit VSTi plug-ins. I've been looking for the more advanced SY-XG soft-synth VSTis, but nobody has bothered to convert them to VSTis, though you can still find the install files out in the wild and try to do that.

Well, can we also convert VSTi to SF2? So Anyways, here's the link - https://www.extranslator.com/
I was on my Mobile.