tbh I wasn't expecting much when I downloaded the files but these actually sound really good for an amateur attempt! The studio one in particular almost sounds like a recording which is incredible.
Thanks! Yeah the studio one is the one with less audio editing and gimmicks so it should sound more like a recording. The concert one is basically applying a touch of reverb to all of the samples to give it a more "roomy" feeling.
Hey, this is pretty good. Is there a way to import the soundfont into finale
Finale can import .sf2 files, but actually, for this project I was going to export it at as a .sfz file, as sfz has some major advantages being easier to edit, supporting true stereo, and spectral morphing, but I'll try and see what I can do with the SF2 format. Anyways, just know that you can convert your MIDIs into high quality audio using this program:https://github.com/KaleidonKep99/Keppys-MIDI-Converter
Basically using that program, you would import the MIDI, import a soundfont (it supports almost all the formats I think, from SFZ, SF2, SF3, SFPACK, to SFARK, and then click the render to WAV button. I know you probably would want to listen to the audio while working on an arrangement in Finale, so I'll see about doing an SF2 version as well