How to edit a SoundFont
MuseScore generates sounds using a SoundFont. If you are not happy with a sound, you may want to edit the soundfont, combine several soundfonts etc...
Of course, it's not possible to create, or edit a SoundFont using MuseScore, but several tools are specifically designed to do so. Here is a non-exhaustive list. If you use any of these tools, your feedback is welcome on the MuseScore.org forum.
|Viena (with one n), by Kenneth Rundt||free||Windows|
|Vienna (with two ns), by Creative||free||Windows|
|Swami (Sampled Waveforms And Musical Instruments)||free||GPLv2||Linux, Mac OS X|
|Polyphontics||non-free||Mac OS X|
|ChickenSys Constructor||non-free||Windows, Mac OS X|
|CDXtract||non-free||Windows, Mac OS X|
|Soundfont Librarian: This librarian is a tool to manage, edit, and customize SoundFont banks. You can load several banks each in their own Windows, then simply drag-and-drop presets from one bank into another, to custom create banks containing just the presets you want in an all new bank. Save your creation back to disk when finished.|
|SF2 Splitter: Simple tool that extracts instruments from SoundFont files.||Windows|