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<p>I found a couple useful resources for Soundfont files at LinuxMusicians here. (If this is the kind of thing you're looking for) </p>
<p><a href="https://linuxmusicians.com/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=15637&p=70582&hilit=sfz#p70582">Samples-to-SFZ</a> </p>
<p>On Sun, 29 May 2016 11:18:03 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:</p>
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<pre>On Sun, 29 May 2016 10:32:33 +0200, Set Hallstrom wrote:</pre>
<blockquote type="cite" style="padding-left:5px; border-left:#1010ff 2px solid; margin-left:5px; width:100%">FOSS and GNU/Linux is forged in a quite new and ground-breaking vision of how copyright should operate. I'm underlining this because how you let them
<blockquote type="cite" style="padding-left:5px; border-left:#1010ff 2px solid; margin-left:5px; width:100%">* Having their name on something</blockquote>
could have very counter productive effects on your plan, or make it plain incompatible with FOSS on a legal level.</blockquote>
<pre>Copyright could mean Creative Commons copyright licenses. I didn't
reply on Friday, but read the OP's mail and read both, the Debian and
Ubuntu policies regarding creative commons requirements, for e.g. sound
fonts. The copyright shouldn't be an issue, if just the name should be
mentioned, e.g. new-england-conservatory-sound-font. Camouflaged
advertising might be an issue or at least ethical aspects could be
a problem, I doubt that monsanto-sound-font or nestle-sound-font are
wanted, but a new-england-conservatory-sound-font might be ok.
However, is there such a sound font already available?
Data bases with sounds could be helpful, but there are already several
data bases with needed sounds available and nobody has the time to make
a sound font from the available sounds.
I'm not an Ubuntu (Studio) team member, just interested in sharing
help, software, whatsoever ...
Has anybody ever made a sound font? If so, what software did you use
to make the sound font?