kojimkj wrote:How do you rip a soundfont?
From a video game? Well firstly, no game uses sf2 files obviously. To get the instruments in a game as a sound font, conversion is required. The proper way would be to dig the instrument samples and loop point information out of the rom and then create an sf2 file with the information. There's a program called VGMTrans that does it for you when you give it an spc file (SNES music).
Anyway, here's more music! Inspired by Another Metroid 2 Remake, I'm recreating the Metroid 2 soundtrack using Super Metroid instruments. Still a WIP. I've done all the songs except "VS. Queen Metroid", "The Baby Metroid" and "Ending".
The Metroid 2 song that you might recognize: https://soundcloud.com/valtterivaltteri ... roid-remix
The rest of my work on this project is on my SoundCloud. There are 22 songs atm. https://soundcloud.com/valtterivaltteri