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Corin Neff releases Project Xebra for u-he Zebra

Corin Neff Project Xebra

Corin Neff has announced the release of Project Xebra, a soundset for the Zebra wireless modular synthesizer instrument by u-he.

Project Xebra is a collection of experimental soundscapes, bizarre percussion, and glitchy, gritty, cinematic sequences.

To boot, it’s got some bread-and-butter synth patches, some experimental basses, a few mallet sounds, and some nature based soundscapes that are quite complimentary to the rest of the collection.

Project Xebra features

  • 102 patches for u-he Zebra.
  • Includes 6 Animal soundscapes, 12 Basses, 12 Drums, 4 Mallets, 24 Sequences, 32 Soundscapes, 12 Synths.
  • Requires Zebra 2.7.0 or higher.

The soundset is available to purchase for $20 USD.

More information: Corin Neff / Project Xebra

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Corin Neff updates Zebra Orchestra + Sale

Corin Neff Zebra Orchestra

Corin Neff has updated the Zebra Orchestra soundset for u-he’s Zebra software synthesizer with 24 new patches.

Hello Zebra users and fanatics! After nearly a year of experimentation and lots of fun emulating acoustic instruments, I am offering my hard work to the Zebra public!

The Zebra Orchestra easily stands on it’s own when it comes to making cinematic/orchestral music. However, it’s also an excellent supplement for those who already have an advanced arsenal of sounds at their disposal.

Zebra Orchestra features

  • 155 patches for u-he Zebra 2.5:
    • 13 Brass
    • 12 Woodwinds
    • 9 Strings
    • 9 Mallets
    • 36 Percussive instruments
    • 46 Soundscapes
    • 13 Synths
    • 17 Sequences
    • Some extra “scrap” presets, some handmade LFOs, as well as some wavetables
  • 92 patches have complete XY Mappings.
  • Nearly all patches have modwheel functions.

Zebra Orchestra is on sale for $20 USD until October 4th, 2013 (regular $35 USD).

More information: Corin Neff

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Corin Neff releases The Zebra Orchestra soundset

Corin Neff Zebra Orchestra

Corin Neff has announced the release of the Zebra Orchestra, a soundset for the Zebra 2 virtual synthesizer by u-he.

Hello Zebra users and fanatics! After nearly a year of experimentation and lots of fun emulating acoustic instruments, Esgalachoir is offering his hard work to the Zebra public!

The Zebra Orchestra easily stands on it’s own when it comes to making cinematic/orchestral music. However, it’s also an excellent supplement for those who already have an advanced arsenal of sounds at their disposal.

Zebra Orchestra features

  • 131 patches, including 12 Brass, 12 Woodwinds, 9 Strings, 6 Mallets, 33 Percussive instruments, 38 Soundscapes, 13 Synths, 8 Sequences.
  • Plus extra “scrap” presets, handmade LFOs, as well as some wavetables.
  • 68 patches have complete XY Mappings. Nearly all patches have modwheel functions.

The soundset is available for the introductory price of $20 USD until January 6th, 2013.

More information: Zebra Orchestra

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Corin Neff showcases u-he’s Zebra – Orchestral soundset coming

Corin Neff aka Esgalachoir has been working on a much anticipated orchestral soundset for the Zebra software synthesizer by u-he.

After hearing this first audio demo, I have been following the development eagerly. The entire piece was done with Zebra sounds only (and some additional effects like reverb).

Now Corin has posted another amazing track putting Zebra in the spotlight.

This is a piece I did for a short film by a talented young fellow named Michael Rees. This was for one of the earlier drafts of the film and is now unusable, since I’ve got to recompose most of, if not, all of it. I like this take though, so I don’t want it to just sit on my hard drive gathering dust. This is, once again, all Zebra, with some slight external EQing and minimal extra reverb modules. DAW used was FL Studio Producers Edition.

Obviously there is a lot of talent involved in making these tracks, but what a most wonderful showcase of what Zebra is capable of.

There is no word of a release date yet, keep an eye on this thread at the KVR forums. In the meantime, check out some of Corin’s previously released sounds for Zebra, Absynth and Massive.

If this is the first time you have heard of Zebra, make sure to check out this amazing software synthesizer at u-he.

More information: u-he Zebra

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