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  • Piano (805 soundfonts)
    Acoustic piano, electric piano, harpsichord, clavinet ...
  • Chromatic Percussion (83 soundfonts)
    Celesta, glockenspiel, music box, vibraphone, marimba, xylophone ...
  • Organ (94 soundfonts)
    Drawbar organ, church organ, reed organ, accordian, harmonica ...
  • Guitar (155 soundfonts)
    Nylon string, steel string, electric, overdriven, distorted, harmonics ...
  • Bass (70 soundfonts)
    Acoustic bass, electric bass, slap bass, synth bass ...
  • Solo Strings (86 soundfonts)
    Violin, cello, contrabass, tremolo, pizzicato, timpani
  • Ensemble (102 soundfonts)
    String ensemble, synth ensemble, chir aahs, voice oohs, synth voice, orchestra hit ...
  • Brass (75 soundfonts)
    Trumpet, trombone, tuba, french horn, brass section, synthbrass ...
  • Reed (72 soundfonts)
    Saxophone, oboe, english horn, bassoon, clarinet
  • Pipe (143 soundfonts)
    Piccolo, flute, recorder, pan flute, blown bottle, skakuhachi, whistle, ocarina ...
  • Synth Lead (81 soundfonts)
    Lead instruments, often based on simple waveforms like square, triangle or sine ...
  • Synth Pad (67 soundfonts)
    Synthetic pads, soft swirling background chords ...
  • Synth Effects (111 soundfonts)
    Weird synthetic noises (soundtrack, atmosphere, sci-fi) as well as simulations of real-world sounds (rain, echoes)
  • Ethnic (136 soundfonts)
    Sitar, banjo, shamisen, koto, kalimba, bagpipe, fiddle, shanai ...
  • Percussive (83 soundfonts)
    Single instrument percussive sounds, like tinkle bell, agogo, steel drum, woodblock, taiko drum, melodic drum, synth drum, reverse cymbal ...
  • Sound Effects (101 soundfonts)
    Guitar fret noise, breath noise, seashore, bird tweet, telephone ring, helicopter, applause, gunshot ...
  • Drumkits and percussive kits (78 soundfonts)
    Complete kits of drums and percussion, like rock, jazz, dance, tr-808 orchestra ... Some of the kits are organized according to the GM standard for drumkits, which makes them a lot easier to use and compatible with existing midi songs and sequencers.
  • Collections (111 soundfonts)
    Collections of differend instruments and/or drumsets. Some of the collections are organized according to the GM (General Midi) standard for instruments, wich make them a lot easier to use and compatible with existing midi songs and sequencers.
  • Miscellaneous (1 soundfonts)
    Stuff that doesn't fit in any of the other categories.

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