KangaSound XML file listing

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Melodic instrument table

DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added
Clarinet downloadRooNov 16, 2010
6:24 pm
Brass downloadRooNov 18, 2010
12:56 pm
Keyboard Synth with vibrato downloadRooDec 1, 2010
7:53 am
Eighties-style synth downloadRooJan 25, 2011
10:52 am


Percussion instrument table
DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added
Snare drum downloadRooNov 16, 2010
7:07 pm
Triangle downloadMiss WellingtonNov 18, 2010
1:37 pm
Gong-cymbal downloadRooDec 1, 2010
4:24 am
Cymbal downloadRooDec 1, 2010
4:24 am
Five drum set downloadRooDec 3, 2010
3:24 pm
Percussion Sequence downloadRooFeb 23, 2014
11:35 pm


Sound effect table
DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added
Piano chords decaying downloadJoeyNov 18, 2010
6:59 am
Distorted guitar chord - LOUD! downloadJoeyNov 18, 2010
7:03 am
Reverb effect on piano notes downloadJoeyNov 18, 2010
7:09 am
Sonar pings downloadJoeyNov 18, 2010
7:10 am
High to low pitch crescendo downloadJoeySep 1, 2011
5:44 am
Low to high pitch crescendo downloadJoeySep 2, 2011
8:04 am


Chord table
DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added
Guitar chord: A major downloadRooNov 16, 2010
6:35 pm
Guitar chord: D major downloadRooNov 16, 2010
6:40 pm
Guitar chord: D major 7 downloadRooNov 16, 2010
6:44 pm
Guitar chord: F# minor downloadRooNov 16, 2010
6:46 pm


Melody table
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Percussion table
DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added


Rhythm table
DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added


Intro table
DescriptionPlayerXML zip fileUsernameDate added


Riff table
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Composition table
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Guidance for KangaSound XML downloaders

You can now download, free of charge, KangaSound XML files from this listing page for unrestricted use in your own projects. Here are some guidance notes:

  1. In order to use a downloaded KangaSound XML file, you will need version 3 or later of Kangas Sound Editor or Kangas Sound Editor QI installed on your computer.
  2. Download the KangaSound XML .zip file of interest; extract the XML file from the .zip file and note the location of the extracted XML file.
  3. Next, import the extracted KangaSound XML file into Kangas Sound Editor (QI) by selecting from the menu: XML > Import. After selecting the extracted XML file, a dialog entitled XML Import Run-time Parameters will be shown.
  4. The statistics at the bottom of the dialog tell you what is in the KangaSound XML file, in terms of number of sequences, tracks, compositions etc.
  5. Before actually importing, click the Preview button. This will predict what will happen when you actually import without making any changes to the data. If there are errors shown in the Preview results dialog, you can often resolve them – e.g. by adding a prefix or suffix if there is a name clash – and then click Preview again to see if the errors have been resolved.
  6. When you are happy enough with the KangaSound XML file to import it, click the Import button. This will commence validation and import of the file into Kangas Sound Editor (QI). If errors are encountered, you will be presented with a dialog that lets you examine them.
  7. When the import has completed successfully, you will need to compute the imported elements in order to generate .WAV sound files which you can listen to. The best way to do this depends on what you are importing (remember, you can tell what you are importing from the statistics at the bottom of the XML Import Run-time Parameters dialog):

    • Single sequence. Select the imported sequence box in the edit pane, and click the Compute button.
    • Multiple sequences. If there are only a few sequence boxes, then you could select and compute each sequence individually, and then select the track they have been imported into, and then click the Compute kwik button for the track. If there are many sequences, then an alternative strategy is to select the track they are in, and either click Compute (to recompute all sequences in the track) or Compute kwik (to compute just the imported sequences, and combine with pre-computed sequences elsewhere in the track).
    • Single track. Select the imported track in the edit pane (a black vertical line should appear), and click the Compute button. Next, click the Compute stereo button. You then have a choice of clicking Play or Play stereo depending on whether you want to listen to the track before or after any stereo factors have been applied.
    • Multiple tracks. Firstly, apply the procedure for 'Single track' for each track you have imported. Next, from the menu select Track 0 > Fast compute. This will combine all computed tracks in the composition into track 0, including the imported tracks (provided that each of the imported tracks has their Include in track 0 checkbox checked). Finally, from the menu, select Track 0 > Play to listen to the recomputed composition.
    • Single composition. Firstly, ensure the imported composition is the current one – if not, open it from the menu: Composition > Open. Next, show track 0 properties by selecting from the menu: Track 0 > Show properties. Finally, in the properties window (bottom left hand corner), click Compute; and, when computation has finished, click Compute master.
    • Multiple compositions. For each composition that you have imported, follow the procedure for 'Single composition' outlined above.
  8. If you encounter any problems whilst downloading or importing KangaSound XML files, we recommend using the KangaSound XML forum to get help.
  9. If you use the KangaSound XML file in your own project and subsequently publish work based upon it, we request that you give credit to the user who uploaded the file in question, by including a link to this web-page and mentioning the username of the user who uploaded the file.
  10. Can you also consider, at some stage, uploading KangaSound XML files based on your own work to this web-page? This would help the KangaSound project to grow – without a sufficient number of uploaders, this project will always remain small and of limited value.

Guidance for KangaSound XML uploaders

We are now taking submissions of KangaSound XML files – i.e. ones generated by an XML export from Kangas Sound Editor (QI) – that are to be listed in various categories on this web page. Here are some guidelines:

Submit your XML file

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