ah, got it got it, in that case it's not my cup of tea (not all that into making music, I enjoy playing instruments but I'm not any good at it nor do I really aspire to become good) However I should probably research them as one might get cool results from replacing soundfonts altogether (perhaps gerudo valley using jet force gemini soundfonts (probably takes a fair bit of conversion but could be neat... or perhaps not so neat))
You mean midi, what you want to do is get a midi (or create one) of gerudo valley and map whatever jet force gemini instruments you want to each midi track with the soundfont in a digital audio workstation like fl studio. It's really cool, fun, easy and you get better at it with practice.
Last Edit: Jul 9, 2014 17:39:52 GMT -5 by dj4uk6cjm
Oh my mistake didn't know you were a coder CubeGod, your making a program that replaces instruments in roms like OoT? That's cool! Good luck with it and punk is right N64SoundTool can do this already if you just want to experiment.
And replaced the current Donkey Kong Country soundfont link, evidently I found only 2 online.
Quest 64 actually has some pretty decent music, I recommend listening to melrode, holy plains, the battle theme, dondoran, normoon and many more. Theres some real zelda starfox glover 64-esque stuff in there and I really was wondering about this one because the quality of the OST is so bad, mainly because the game is using only 16 bits of memory I suspect but if there were a soundfont it would sound better and plus I have the midis for both quest 64 and bomberman hero I hope someone makes one.