soundfont with "singing words"

• Feb 8, 2019 - 16:00

Hi, today I finished my soundfont "Agnus Dei".....with singing words......
I was trying to make one to see if it would work with Musescore and yes it does!
My next project will be Kyrie-Gloria-Sanctus and because I own several versions of Ave Maria, I will make a soundfont for that as well.
As a former conductor I have many Latin masses and now I can listen to these without a choir........
(excuses for my English....I am Dutch...)

The example is "Agnus Dei" from Bruckner (Choral Messe in F)
I hope you like it as much as I do.........Ben

Attachment Size
Agnus-Dei-compleet.ogg 1.51 MB


Sounds very nice! Thanks for sharing.
Is this choir soundfont available for download? Or do you custom-make the font for every new piece?

In reply to by NagyMusic

Thanks for the positive reply.......this soundfont is not (yet) available foor download......
It is universal for every Agnus Dei, but not every score is the same (slurs/ties).....
I'm busy with a more universal soundfont.....only with vowels and no that will be very universal for every score.......listen to same Agnus Dei (a piece of it) and let me know if you like it too.....
If so, I'll send you this soundfont, ok?

Hi, balsie. Do you have developed an instrument.xml file for to have the patches of your vowel soundfont available into the change instrument list of edit menu?
Many thanks.
My English is really poor too, I am an italian, from Florence.

Where did you find the samples to include in your vowel soundfont? I'm interested in expanding the soundfont to include consonants (if you have not done this already!) so then I can build a library of Arpabet phonemes. At the moment I am having to use Synthesizer V (like Vocaloid) to prepare rehearsal aids for a choir. Synthesizer V is very good, but the voices are limited to Japanese-sounding English. Your samples are much more realistic... Any help very welcome. Tony.

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