All:

I am embarrassed to have to ask this, but many months ago, I knew of a utility program on Linux that would read a soundfont (.sf2) file, and produce a text file from it defining the voices contained in the soundfont.  Here is a sample of the some of the text it produced:

; Name: Fluid R3 GM
; Version: 2.1
; Copyright: Frank Wen 2000-2002, 2008; Toby Smithe 2008


.Patch Names

[Bank0]
0=Yamaha Grand Piano
1=Bright Yamaha Grand
2=Electric Piano
3=Honky Tonk
4=Rhodes EP
5=Legend EP 2
6=Harpsichord
7=Clavinet
8=Celesta
9=Glockenspiel
10=Music Box
11=Vibraphone
12=Marimba
13=Xylophone

Unfortunately, I have forgotten the name of the utility program that does this, and multiple internet searches have not served to jog my memory.  It was something I could run from the console command line. 

Do any of you, by chance, know the name of that Linux utility program? 

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Sincerely,
Aere