for details on how I did this, see my comment on Enes’s post with the best nylon guitar sampel he’s found. I did this with the honkey tonk of this soundfont. Every soundfont processing program may render this one a bit differently, so it may not sound like it does in this case, where I used synth font to convert. It sounds best with headphones.
This is a piece I play on my real harp. Came up with this some time ago and decided to just call it that, because I couldn’t help myself imagining the sound of waves over it, like you find on those relaxation CDs. The left hand’s always doing the same thing and the right hand’s kind of improvising over it.
Modeled after the arrangement performed by johanna seitz. Different key from the original, and I play using a guitar sound on my keyboard with the possibility of playing the same note on multiple strings, which really comes in handy here. Hope you enjoy!
This was done already some time ago, using QWS, so all the tracks were played by me, no accompaniment style. I used the keyboard as midi out and recorded the output via a line in cable using audacity. Enjoy! For those who haven’t heard it yet anyway.
Instead of uploading the audio, I'll write some information about the piece and give the You Tube Link. It's all synthesized, but instead of your 12 equally devided tones, you have 19, and that creates harmonies which are much more close to the overtone series. It may sound a bit strange at first, but I really like it like this. There are some weird modulations here and there, but still, I like it. And the tuning gives the impression of real instruments. Here's the link:
Have fun listening, and let me know what you think in the comments.