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3. How To Install

Installation (Enchant!)
1. On the downloads page, download Part 1 of Enchant!. This provides basic GM, GS and SC-88Pro support.
2. If more tones are desired, like SC-8850 support, download the corresponding parts of Enchant! containing the extra tones.
3. Drag the Soundfont (.SF2) file to a place you can remember.
4. Refer to part 4 of the DSOUNDFONT Guide (coming soon) to link to your MIDI/SoundFont player.

The parts of Enchant! and their corresponding sounds:

Part 1 (mandatory): GM, GS, SC-88Pro support
Part 2: SC-8850 support
Part 3: Yamaha-esqued sounds, including XG
Part 4: Extra drum kits.
Part 5: Additional piano sounds 
Part 6: Mega Voices
Part 7: Original sounds defined by Elf of Happy and Love
Part 8: Sounds from miscellaneous other soundfonts
Part 9: Original sounds defined by strixSF2
Part 10: Miscellaneous Instruments

More information about the Stardream Modules is available here.

Installation (DSOUNDFONT Gaming Edition/DSOUNDFONT Plus/DSOUNDFONT/DSOUNDFONT Lite)
1. Drag the SoundFont (.sf2) file to a place you can remember.
2. Refer to part 4 of the DSOUNDFONT Guide (coming soon) to link to your MIDI/SoundFont player.

Warning (DSOUNDFONT Ultimate/DSOUNDFONT Plus/DSOUNDFONT Gaming Edition): Make sure you have a suitable soundfont player before continuing! NEVER use a soundfont player that has a 1GB limit, as the soundfonts are over 1GB. If you are going to use expansions, you must use a soundfont player that can play multiple soundfonts at once. BassMidi is an example of a suitable soundfont player for use with DSFU, DSFP and DSF-GE. Fluidsynth 1.x is an example of an unsuitable SoundFont player (it has a 1GB limit).
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