Let's hop in the Wayback Machine and go to the year 1987, around Christmas-time...
Times were good for some people, times were bad for others. I was just a wee lad excited that Christmas was just around the corner. On Christmas Eve the family went to my grandparents' house to open presents for the kids. I can't really remember anything about that Christmas other than getting the Casio PT-82.
To be honest I was a little disappointed with it's monophonic performance and lackluster sounds (even as an 80's kid my standards were a little unreasonable), but it didn't stop me from playing it. I even entered myself into the school talent show and played my own "composition" that I improvised on the spot.
Fast forward some years later and, somehow, this keyboard keeps hanging around and finding its way to wherever I go. Last week I re-discovered it mixed in with some other old music equipment in a seldom opened crate and knew that the time was nigh.
I sampled it and began exporting to all the formats. At this point I realized that what the Casio PT-82 REALLY had to offer was carte blanche to do whatever I wanted to the sounds. I proceeded to mutilate them in Reason, then in Ableton, and finally in Kontakt. After it was all over, there were 36 new sounds that, to be honest, really surprised me with their quality.
Now you can enjoy the PT-82 in all the formats you could need, each one offering something different.
Soundfont (sf2 - raw instruments only)
Wav (within Kontakt Samples folder)