That's been something I've been thinking about doing for a while. I encountered this on a virtual Soundblaster in a Win98 VM. It had different wavesets, I think the wavesets were ecw files. There was a 2 mb, 4 mb and 8 mb set, and they were all pretty interesting. There's an experimental ecw2sf2 converter but it's not fully complete according to the author. However you can get most samples by opening the ecw as raw pcm data, so theoretically it would be possible for me to create a soundfont. By the looks of it, the ecw format doesn't allow a whole lot of bells and whistles apart from a few interesting ones here and there, so making a soundfont of the stuff could be done if I had enough patience. Lol
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