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u-he Zebra 2 Update + Soliton

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Monomo Sound Design has announced the release of Soliton, a new sound bank for u-he's Zebra 2.5+, which has been updated to v2.5.2.

Soliton is a collection of sounds suitable for various genres and musical forms, such as, Trance, EDM, Electro, Funk, Jazz, Fusion, Rock, Classical, and Soundtracks. The tonal landscapes go from hot to cold, and everything in between, the company says.

 

Here is what they have to say:

“Real instrument emulations, as well as dirty, distorted, clean, and organic leads, and basses. The pads, are very lush with changing textures, and waves. The Arps, are very playable, with most being able to hold down 3 or 4 keys at once, and still be in key. Most presets will morph into almost completely different sounds when using the Modulation Wheel.”

 

Pricing:

$20.00

 

Also, Zebra has now been updated to version 2.5.2 for Windows and Mac.

 

Changes in Zebra v2.5.2

  • Added “Slew” switch to LFOs.
  • Fixed “enter registration” out of Zebralette.
  • Improved compatibility with Pro Tools Mac.
  • Improved compatibility with Cubase Mac 64 bit.

 

Pricing:

Zebra 2.5.2 is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS), priced at $199 USD (excl. VAT).

 

For more, visit u-he.

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