Wednesday, June 3, 2020

UH-E ZEBRA 2 REVIEW, TUTORIAL & SOUNDSETS




I was asked why I didn't have a tutorial and Review of Zebra 2 on the site, and to be quite honest, it's a synth I haven't purchased yet.

Consordini Music reached out and offered a video Review and basic tutorial to be featured on this site, and I accepted. UH-E's Zebra 2 is a stunning synth that I have played the demo of, and when the stars align, I will add it to my collection. 

Until then here are the details of Zebra 2, Consordini Music Review video, and a collection soundbank expansions for Zebra.

Zebra2: A Synth of all Stripes

Zebra2 is a sound-design playground. A powerful, high quality (but still CPU friendly) sound engine together with numerous sound sculpting tools makes Zebra2 capable of a near-limitless range of new sounds and textures. A favorite amongst soundtrack composers, producers and sound designers, Zebra2 provides all the tools you need—the rest is up to you.

Workhorse with stripes
Zebra is our wireless modular synthesizer. It combines many different types of synthesis with a powerful modulation engine. Imagine - you can create any additive, freehand or spline-based waveform you like, apply a vast selection of spectral effects, morph between those waves and send them through classic synth filters. Perhaps use that entire sound as a modulator for an FM oscillator, or route it through a comb filter - the building block of physical modelling synthesis. All generator modules, all signal paths, all effects are stereo.
Although the possibilities are practically infinite, you will never be overwhelmed by needless complexity - Zebra’s adaptive interface only shows the modules you are actually using. It is a fascinating playground for sound designers. This is what Zebra is all about and is why it's become so popular. There are thousands of free presets available online.


Consordini Music did a Review and a basic tutorial of Zebra 2 that you can watch below:









2020 EXPANSION SOUNDSETS for Zebra 2





            












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