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ADSR Sounds intros Zebra-Nautic Revolution by Timaeus

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Timaeus Zebra-Nautic Revolution

ADSR Sounds has introduced Zebra-Nautic Revolution by Timaeus, a collection of 179 patches for the Zebra 2 software synthesizer by u-he.

There is no doubt you’ll find lots you can use, and this bank is most useful for electronic composers. Each one was made with deep velocity considerations, intricate sound design, and careful attention to EQ. There are, with much faith, at least 40 you will love, if not more. Those patches with an appended “+” have XY controls, as per the convention. The sound demo features my personal favorite patches, but they can be used for almost anything, primarily ambient and electronica music.

I made these while writing video game remixes for a music community called OverClocked ReMix, so there are cases where a patch might seem to not be very useful at first, but I personally have found myself coming back to some of the same patches in this bank over and over again as I write music, some more than others, to form my signature sound over time. Who knows, maybe you’ll find your own “unique sound” someday!

The soundset costs $15 USD.

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Timaeus releases Zebranautic Revolution for Zebra2

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Timaeus Zebranautic Revolution

Timaeus has announced Zebranautic Revolution, a soundset for the Zebra software synthesizer by u-he.

180 Zebra2 patches! These patches have multiple genre focuses. Here is a list of genres these patches could contribute to: 80s Retro, Ambient, Chillout, Chiptune, Dance / EDM, Electronica, Film/Soundtrack, Generic Techno, Dubstep, Electro, Jazz Fusion, Synthpop, Synth Rock.

Each one was made with deep velocity considerations, intricate sound design, and careful attention to EQ. There are, without a doubt, at least 40 you will love, if not more. Those patches with an appended “+” have XY controls, as per the convention. Sound demos will feature my personal favorite patches, but they are extremely flexible and can be used for almost anything. Patches are categorized into types of sounds, so find what you need!

The soundset is available to purchase for $15 USD. A demo bank with 20 patches can be downloaded at no cost.

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