EvanBurnette • Nov 17, 2011 I think the ooohs and aaahs in my Fluid R3 soundfont are not percussive enough to approximated a tight a cappella group. Comments [user=17824]EvanBurnette[/user] Can anyone recommend a better one? [user=290956]Dan Satter[/user] The Synth Bass 2 in musescore is pretty percussive and legato and the same time. [user=12922606]Artefakt[/user] for polyphonic pieces: oboe for soprano and alto, English horn for tenor, and bass depends on the lines, is far nearer to voice than aaaah s and oooh s [user=1007791]M.Thum[/user] I always use saxophone for choir music. You have the full range from Soprano to Baritone in most sound fonts. Oboe and English horn probably are a bit smoother, but I would go for Bassoon for the bass line. [user=4248706]midi fan[/user] Try this https://musical-artifacts.com/artifacts/712 Your comment Only members of a group can post to group discussions, so Join Best soundfont for a cappella?