Origins of Audio: Zebramatic II - Unleash the Dark Zebra

akox

AlexK

We are very pleased to announce Zebramatic II - Unleash the Dark Side of Zebra! A soundset for Zebra 2, containing 100 presets, including Pads, Soundscapes, Arpeggiators, Guitars, Effect and more! As the image clearly gives away, 99% of our sounds were created having in mind dark and horror films and we hope than you will find them suitable for your compositions!

This is our first commercial library with a MSRP of €22,00 (The first volume, Zebramatic, is a free soundset which contains more than 100 presets and still available for you to download).

However, since it's Christmas time we are offering a 40% off discount of all our products using the coupon code 40XMAS15 . This offer will be valid until January the 5th. Video of Zebramatic II will be uploaded later this day (when the video will be ready, we will edit this post) and you can watch it on our website or on our youtube channel.

If you have any questions about Zebramatic, please feel free to ask!

Alex
 
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akox

akox

AlexK
Hi again!

We apologize for taking so long for the video walkthrough, but it came finally to be 47 minutes long!
Feel free to leave any comment!

 

Rob Elliott

Senior Member
outstanding. You gots skills. I'll pick this up but hoping your next dark Zebra sound set is on the 'light / beauty side of things (which you actually have some of in this set). Again sounds great!
 

munician

Member
I already was going to comment on how good the sounds of the first zebramatic are, but we're all so busy...

I actually never have gotten a collection of sounds where the ratio between the number of sounds and the number of - for me - useful sounds is so good as in that one - and it was free!

Since I work mostly "under dialogue" - which doesn't mean the director and the producer are always talking while I work - I need mainly subtle, tasteful, inobtrusive sounds that are nevertheless expressive...

Those one-finger-soundscapes are certainly nice and may sell the libraries but for me they are rarely useful.

So I picked up Zebramatic2 right away without even looking at the walkthrough video - 'cause we're all so busy...
 
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akox

akox

AlexK
outstanding. You gots skills. I'll pick this up but hoping your next dark Zebra sound set is on the 'light / beauty side of things (which you actually have some of in this set). Again sounds great!
Thank you Rob! I'll do my best to create a sound set with happier sounds! It's going to be intriguing and fascinating, since I have connected Zebra with dark ambiences! But as stated, I'll do my best to please your needs (and mine, meaning to get better at this)
 
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akox

akox

AlexK
I already was going to comment on how good the sounds of the first zebramatic are, but we're all so busy...

I actually never have gotten a collection of sounds where the ratio between the number of sounds and the number of - for me - useful sounds is so good as in that one - and it was free!

Since I work mostly "under dialogue" - which doesn't mean the director and the producer are always talking while I work - I need mainly subtle, tasteful, inobtrusive sounds that are nevertheless expressive...

Those one-finger-soundscapes are certainly nice and may sell the libraries but for me they are rarely useful.

So I picked up Zebramatic2 right away without even looking at the walkthrough video - 'cause we're all so busy...
Thank you for your kind words on the first set of Zebramatic! I hope that you found the time to complete our mini survey on surveyplanet and help us design the second volume of Zebramatic. I really really do hope that you find in this second soundset, sounds that will fill your needs! And yes, I know that we are all so busy after all! :)

Cheers,
Alex
 

Rob Elliott

Senior Member
Alex, well done! You remind me of why Zeby is in my arsenal!
Exactly - at the risk of alienating myself against the Omni 2 fanboys - both of Alex's sets reminded me how/why this synth is my personal favorite. As stated before - it is the best at coexisting with talking heads.
 
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akox

akox

AlexK
1. Amazing
2. Exactly how all demos should be done

Sold!
Thank you Orchestrata! Your kind words means a lot to me, in order to create better sounds for all of us! :)
I'm really glad that you liked the video as well. Rather painful procedure! ;)

Cheers,
Alex