Soundfonts, or sound fonts, are synthetic instrument stamps, or not. The Soundfonts generally come together in the form of a bank to answer the classification of General MIDI instruments. These banks are managed by an independent routing system, such as VirtualMIDISynth, the easiest to install under Windows. It allows to bypass the bad system that Microsoft has never wanted to evolve, and that must be the oldest of our computers. This system also works under Linux.
Easily use SoundFonts :
Sound Fonts will effectively improve the sound of your KAR and MIDI files.
VirtualMIDISynth Is a MIDI synthesis software recognized as a Windows driver and accessible as a standard MIDI output device. It is, to my knowledge, the simplest system for x64 PCs.
When we read a file kar or midi, the reading is done through the small bank GM integrated into Windows named "gm.dls". It is found under "C: \ Windows \ System32 \ drivers" or "C: \ Windows \ SysWOW64 \ drivers" for the 64-bit system. It is she who is responsible for the poor quality of the restitution of the midi on our PC.