I should have known about Vienna, and found it back in my ole archive.
I don't mind a command line program, but sf2comp apparently needs a special dll, coming with Vienna, so..
Normally I avoid shareware too, but this time I choose to try Awave first.
It has a 30 day limit, but that's no problem if, as in this case, it concerns only a dozen single fonts, not a big bank.
And if I ever would need it later, I may install it again.
you should copy instrument to some temporary IT/XM file everytime just to listen.
Sorry, I don't understand.
I can open a blank XM file, having the sf2 in the tree, and then .. What's the procedure ?
If the copied sf2 sound will become a module instrument, I suppose I can edit some note in a pattern and play it.
If so, then it's another way to export it as a wav file.