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 You need to add each soundfont that you want to be able to select for track instrument under the **Soundfonts** tab. The "​**Scan Soundfonts...**"​ button will add all soundfonts in the selected directory and sub-directories but beware: it may not be a good idea to add hundreds or thousands of soundfonts, instead **use a small set of high quality soundfonts for your compositions**. You need to add each soundfont that you want to be able to select for track instrument under the **Soundfonts** tab. The "​**Scan Soundfonts...**"​ button will add all soundfonts in the selected directory and sub-directories but beware: it may not be a good idea to add hundreds or thousands of soundfonts, instead **use a small set of high quality soundfonts for your compositions**.
  
-<wrap caution>​Soundfonts are your best friend, because they quickly load, and do not jeopardize the stability of RapidComposer by executing foreign code in the address space of the program, like VSTi plug-ins do. The included **GeneralUser GS** soundfont is good quality and is suitable for starting the composition.</​wrap>+<callout type="​info"​ icon="​true"​ title="​Tip"​> 
 +Soundfonts are your best friend, because they quickly load, and do not jeopardize the stability of RapidComposer by executing foreign code in the address space of the program, like VSTi plug-ins do. The included **GeneralUser GS** soundfont is good quality and is suitable for starting the composition. 
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 It is important to set the **Soundfont Gain** properly. The sound should not clip or be too quiet. ​ It is important to set the **Soundfont Gain** properly. The sound should not clip or be too quiet. ​