What people say about SynthFont:

"I don't know of any other program that understands so well what a hobby musician is looking for and has so many options. That was the first reason I liked your program so much. Besides, it is so stable and at the same time so economic in CPU consumption that even my older PC is running it with no effort. Even with 4 or 5 VST instruments plugged in. My respect for your work and I will certainly keep looking for further editions. R.B."

"Hi Kenneth, thanks for a great app and for making it free to give a proper try out. Keep up the great work! H.K."

"I've been writing big band charts for many years,  even ran a big band for the past 10 years. Too much work though to keep it going. All my scores are done in the old original Encore  notation program. I import the MIDI file (from Encore) into Synthfont and assign the correct SoundFont file to each track.Then I make a wav file, open my N-track program and bring in the wav file for editing and effects - then save the finished wav file and burn to CD. Incredible! Finally accomplished what I new I could could get done without a fancy studio.  Who needs those musicians anyway. Thanks for the great program Ken! -  P.R.S"

"I've only actually paid for shareware twice, and SynthFont is the second time.  Great program and I haven't even used half of it's options yet. E.C."
Listen to a few samples of what you can do with SynthFont:
Release date
SynthFont2 January, 25th, 2016
SynthFont 1.721 November, 14th, 2015
Viena 0.979 January, 18th, 2016
SyFonOne 1.052 November, 11th, 2015
VSTSynthFont 1.073 March, 21st, 2012
In_aSyFon (for Winamp) 1.020 September, 27th, 2012

Available software in the SynthFont family

Here are six arrangements of some more or less well-know tunes put together by SynthFont users Charles Perry and John O'Rourke.
Viena is a SoundFont editor (not to be confused with one other editor called "Vienna"). Viena can be used on any MS Windows computer independently of audio card installed (as opposed to the "Vienna" software).

Read more about the current Viena version here.
SyFonOne is a Midi Port player based on SynthFont and VSTSynthFont. Hook it up to your Midi keyboard, or via a virtual midi port to your sequencer and play Midi using SoundFonts.

Read more about the current SyFonOne version here.
VSTSynthFont is a VST Instrument version of SynthFont (VST PlugIn Interface Technology by Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH).

Read more about the current VSTSynthFont version here.
in_aSyFon is the Winamp plugin version of SynthFont. It is based on the same technology, but doesn't have any extra bells and whistles.

Read more about the current
in_aSyFon version here.
SynthFont, versions 1 and 2
SynthFont is a program for editing and playing midi files using various sound source files like SoundFonts, GigaSampler files, SFZ files and more. VST instruments can also be used instead of a sound source file. A midi file is different from - for instance - a MP3 file in that the file does not contain any audio data. The file is a collection of notes and instructions for how to play them. SynthFont combines this data with the audio data in a SoundFont to produce ("render") an audio version of the song. Read more about the current SynthFont1 version here and SynthFont2 version here.. Special offer CONTINUES: donate and get your registration code now for only  15 at PayPal or SWREG! Cheap!

Note: there is only one registration fee for both SynthFont1 and SynthFont2
Version of  SynthFont 2 is available!
The second generation of SynthFont!
A new version of SynthFont2 is now available for download on the Downloads page. Go here to see what has changed. NOTE: Versions and have a serious flaw in the function used for downloading updates and could not perform the update. Hence you are required to download and install the update yourself, either either as a full package for first time installation, or as an update with only changed files.

SynthFont2 is the second generation of SynthFont and has a number of new features and improvements.

SynthFont2 is not freeware. If you have a valid SynthFont1 license (a license for the current generation) then you are entitled to use SynthFont2. Users without a SynthFont1 license may try SynthFont2 for 30 days.