What is this MIDI Sound-Font?

Zac!

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Saw this video of Egg Rock Zone Act 2 in MIDI. It’s really good, but I don’t know what Sound-Font it is? What is it, and how do I use it? Here is the link. Help would be nice!
 
After listening to this on a few sound fonts, it uses the Creative Labs 4M GM sf2. Also, if you want the soundfont, here it is!
 

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Hm, it does actually sound a bit different in the video. The guitars for example sound different. Could be another one.
It could also be edited. Software which can make MIDI swaps can also edit tracks as needed (such as the aforementioned SynthFont).
 
It could also be edited. Software which can make MIDI swaps can also edit tracks as needed (such as the aforementioned SynthFont).
Could be, still very close!
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UPDATE!!
Well, I found it! After doing some digging, I found the REAL soundfont. Egg Rock Act 2 Sounds great, but honestly, everything else sounds kinda meh. But it is nice to try and experiment with different soundfonts. So, thanks for everything! Here is the link. https://www.arachnosoft.com/main/download.php?id=soundfont-sf2
 
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Found another upload on YouTube that reveals (presumably) the actual soundfont name: Arachno.


I downloaded that soundfont (from https://archive.org/download/free-soundfonts-sf2-2019-04) and tried it out myself via the FluidSynth audio codec in VLC Media Player. It sounds closest to the one in the video when the Reverb option is on but Chorus is off. (I imagine that some MIDI programs have more fine-tuned controls for those effects that may explain any more subtle differences.)
 
Found another upload on YouTube that reveals (presumably) the actual soundfont name: Arachno.


I downloaded that soundfont (from https://archive.org/download/free-soundfonts-sf2-2019-04) and tried it out myself via the FluidSynth audio codec in VLC Media Player. It sounds closest to the one in the video when the Reverb option is on but Chorus is off. (I imagine that some MIDI programs have more fine-tuned controls for those effects that may explain any more subtle differences.)
Already found it, but thanks!
 
Yeah, my post got held for moderator review due to all the links and didn't get approved until you'd already found it, lol.
 

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