Zebra Spotted

Shouldn't they be striped? U-He release Zebra 2.0 modular synth      16/10/06
Zebra Spotted


U-He have released the Zebra 2.0 soft synth. It combines subtractive and additive synthesis with a powerful modulation engine and a built-in effects section.
With version 2.0, U-He tell us that Zebra has not only become an even more wireless modular synth. It also adds the sonic capabilities of FM, modeling of natural sounds and advanced wavetable synthesis. Zebra Features
  • Intuitive user interface
  • More than 1000 presets
  • Fully stereo signal paths for wide and deep sounds
  • 19 filter types
  • High quality oscillators with innovative Osc FX
  • Built-in modular effects matrix
  • Flexible modulation matrix
  • Hundreds of fully automatable parameters
  • 4 XY-controls, allowing for deep realtime sound morphs
  • Quick preset browsing
  • MIDI Learn: All knobs remotely controllable by Midi Control Changes, also with relative/incremental controllers
  • Modular architecture with up to 4 oscillators, 4 dedicated fm oscillators, 4 filters, 4 vca/pan, comb filters, waveshapers, ringmodulators, noise generators for each voice. That's 24 audio modules, 28 modulation sources.
  • Drag and drop circuit building
  • 4 syncable MultiStage envelopes/step sequencers
  • 4 ADSR envelopes, 4 LFOs per voice
  • Playmodes: polyphonic, single trigger, legato modes and arpeggiator/step sequencer
  • Spectral Editor: Unlimited number of Waveforms (including additive synthesis)
  • Flexible Modulation Matrix
  • 16 on-board Effects: ModFX (Chorus, Flanger, Phaser), Delay, Reverb, Ringmodulator, Filters, Waveshapers, Mixers
  • 2 internal send busses and flexible effects routing
Pricing and Availability:
available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and AU formats
$199 USD More information and demos:
  • www.u-he.com
  • www.zebrasynth.com

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