Yes, there is a ton of great news about this super cool soundfont that is totally real.
I had no idea how to make a soundfont when I started this thread so I've been working on that. I wanted to make sure that everything is somewhat ironed out and organized before pursuing anymore . I've hit quite a few roadblocks along the way but the soundfont does exist!
New rules and conditions needed to be created in order to properly manage every submitted sample. Firstly, the filename must follow a specific format in order to be excepted, and it currently looks like this...
D - Indicates whether or not a sample belongs to a drum kit or melodic instrument. Only add this if your sample is part of a drum kit. I will assume that your submission belongs to the melodic set if it lacks this tag.
Pxx - Indicates the Patch Number that your instrument is contained within. This is important as it will place your sample in different locations depending on whether you add D or not.
Bxx - Indicates the Bank Number. A single Patch can contain multiple instruments, and the Bank Number is your "place in line" inside of that Patch. B0=1st, B1=2nd, B2=3rd, etc.
Nxx - Indicates the Root-Note Number of the sample you submit. This is the note at which your sample plays back at it's normal pitch. If left blank then I will set the Root-Note Number to N60 which is C4 on a MIDI keyboard. If you submit a drum sample then it will only play on the Root-Note Number you specify and will not be transposed to any other note on the keyboard.
Other variables like loop points, multitimbrality (such as velocity and note layers), stereo/mono samples, blah blah, all need to be worked out as well. goodbye.