Triple Spiral Audio has announced new soundsets for the Zebra 2 synthesizer instrument by u-he.
The Black And White collection comes with 256 patches, and a Dark Zebra version includes 512 patches. All patches have modwheel control and the 4 XY pads assigned to control various elements.
Black contains 128 patches with a dark, mysterious and ominous character. The soundset found its inspiration in the works of Salvador Dali, the writings of Edgar Allan Poe and the music of Boards of Canada, Jon Hopkins and the soundtracks of Westworld (Ramin Djawadi) and Mr. Robot (Mac Quayle). This soundset explores deep, rich and unknown worlds.
White contains 128 patches with a lush, ambient and light mysterious character. This soundset found its inspiration also in the works of Salvador Dali, Vincent Van Gogh and the classical and hugely rich music of Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy and Ralph Vaughan Williams and with this soundset I try to capture the rich evolving sound worlds these masters have created and translate them into an electronic palette.
The Black and White DZ version contains an additional 256 patches where the original patches have been enhanced to add a analog and dark feeling to the Black soundset and a more lush, rich and analog feeling to the White soundset.
Black and White is available to pre-order for 29.95 EUR (regular 34.95 EUR). It comes with a 20 EUR coupon that can be used for a future purchase. Black and White DZ is available to pre-order for 52.95 EUR (regular 59.95 EUR). This pack comes with a 40 EUR coupon.
The soundsets are scheduled for release on the May 17th, 2018. Upon release the soundsets will also be available to purchase separately. Note that the coupon offer is only available during pre-order.
More information: Triple Spiral Audio