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I just released a new official arrangement made with Arachno SoundFont: the extremely popular underground/cave theme from the Super Mario Bros. video game series.
This arrangement is based on a remix uploaded at VGMusic.com in... 1998, as you can read here.
As usual, you can download all the audio tracks from my SoundCloud account, or directly in MP3 or OGG formats, both archives including the original MIDI file.
Moreover, I also added some new arrangements from the Arachno SoundFont users. As there are many of them now (more than 600!), I also enhanced the Arrangements page with a pagination system, which will speedup the page's loading times.
I also slightly updated the Flat and Coloured Theme introduced on this website some months ago, with some minor cosmetic fixes.
Remember to keep an eye on my YouTube and SoundCloud playlists featuring new contents and tracks from the most active Arachno SoundFont users, as I'm updating them on a very regular basis; you can subscribe to my YouTube, SoundCloud and Google+ accounts to keep track of these new contents!
The newly-introduced Flat and Coloured Theme has been slightly enhanced, with a new, lighter background image, to enhance text readability and visual comfort furthermore.
During the last few months, I also kept updating my "Made With Arachno SoundFont" YouTube and SoundCloud playlists with new contents and tracks from the most active Arachno SoundFont users, which are progressively added on the user arrangements page for your convenience.
Remember to subscribe to my YouTube, SoundCloud and Google+ accounts to keep track of these new contents!
Arachnosoft is turning 14 today. Considering that its black textured color sheme had been released on it's 4th birthday, I thought it was time to cleanup the dust!
As a result, you can now enjoy a brand new color scheme and theme, focusing on flat and colored shapes, to enhance overall text readability and visual comfort.
Built with newer browser technologies, this new theme will allow me to optimize the website for several, modern devices like smartphones and tablets. I'll continue to enhance it with further updates, adding more dynamic contents.
Feel free to contact me to tell me what you think about it!
In case you'd like to switch back to the older, classic theme, you can also do it by clicking on the link available on the top left of the page.
Moreover, as usual, I also kept adding new arrangements made by users of Arachno SoundFont: the list has reached more than 500 titles so far, so check them out!
216. It's the impressive number of YouTube videos I found these last two months, making partial or complete use of Arachno SoundFont.
Whether being original tracks, tutorials, video game music or walkthroughs, song or movie music covers in MIDI format, I had to make a tribute to all YouTube users who chose Arachno SoundFont to power their tracks, sheet music and video game sessions.
Among those 216 newly added videos, half have been released on YouTube these last two months; a nice proof of some users' huge activity, who can even release several videos per day!
Among the newly added users on this website, I invite you to discover the videos released by pianist1998 (a very active user, who writes various sheet music and plays thems through MuseScore, Synthesia and others, just like BobGmbH does) and sonickun95 (who produces excellent video game music covers with FL Studio, exclusively using Arachno SoundFont).
You can also discover new works by Sakai Ryuuji (MrZaTaNaX), PiMan31415926535879, Jacob Kowanetz, Andrew Porter and Zuri Watu, as well as "Black MIDIs" by GeekyMusic, TheSqrtminus1 or Gingeas, who are always trying to beat their own record of building MIDI covers using hundreds of thousands, not to say millions of notes.
And if you're a video game addict, you should have a look at the videos released by David O'Neill, Runefox and Paul Peter, just like those of The Ultimate Doomer and Bionicman (Xeros612), to name a few.
The growing popularity of Arachno SoundFont, which has been downloaded more than 60 000 times in nearly 4 years, is the best reward I could ever expect. Big thanks to all of you!
Today, I'm releasing some new arrangements from The Legend of Kyrandia, a fantasy adventure game developed by Westwood Studios in 1992.
This new MIDI arrangement video covers 6 music tracks from the introduction and first level of the game: the main theme, followed by three other introduction tracks, and two other tracks heard by the player as soon as he starts to play: "Speech of the Land" and "Outside Brandon's Home".
All tracks are from the original MIDI files by Frank Klepacki, that I converted from the original Roland MT-32 synthesizer map (the de facto standard for PC MIDI soundcards at this time) to GM (General MIDI) tracks, so they can be played with Arachno SoundFont. Hope you'll like this new addition! Of course, you can download all the audio tracks from my SoundCloud account, or directly in MP3 or OGG formats, both archives including the MIDI files.
Moreover, I also added some new arrangements from the Arachno SoundFont users, and a link to the MuseScore open-source notation software, which is widely used by MIDI enthusiasts to write sheet music, along with Arachno SoundFont.