The linux U-he Zebra Legacy synth+sounds collection from November 15th $100

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The linux U-he Zebra Legacy synth+sounds collection from November 15th $100

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https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=582019

Basically, starting Nov. 15th, for $100, you'll get Zebra 2, and the dozen pro soundsets created for U-he, as a bundle.
(there is also a trove of commercial and free user-created banks at:

https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=180090

The bundled soundsets are covered here:

https://u-he.com/products/soundsets/zeb ... dsets.html

The link has audio demos, a few videos, and descriptive pdfs, and reading those will unveil
that lot's more is provided beyond the bare sounds, with modwheel and other mappings
often present. Likely around 3000 pro sounds including the factory sounds.
Including the Hans Zimmer and Dark Zebra sounds.

Both the linux Zebra2 and the windows version in wine have been very stable, and U-he
have a great youtube channel bursting with how-to videos for synth programmers of all levels.
There are 46 videos for Zebra 2 here: (scroll alphabetically)

https://www.youtube.com/user/uheplugins/videos

Related links:

https://www.youtube.com/user/uheplugins

https://u-he.com/community/

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Re: The linux U-he Zebra Legacy synth+sounds collection from November 15th $100

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I received these soundsets based on previous purchases. The legacy soundsets are easy to install.
Expand the archive near Zebra2 folder for easy browsing. Launch Zebra2, click on the U-he logo upper-right corner.
A menu opens, click the bottom entry to install a soundset, and browse to their location.
Click a soundset from the list, and it will be installed and set up in the Zebra preset system.

There are 4300+ sounds, but U-he have worked hard to provide a categorized preset database and display,
so finding a pad or lead or sequence sound is very easy, even if some preset names are a bit obscure.
And the sound designers really show off what's possible.
This is a standard U-he product now, for $99.
Cheers

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