U-He's Zebra Sound Bank with more than 100 patches!
15 Arppegiators, 19 Percussion, 10 Pianoids
6 Swooshes & 7 Other Instruments
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What people are saying
On Dark Kalimba
When I played the Dark Kalimba for the first time, the first note was so magical that I fell in love with this library. Kalimba is such a beautiful instrument and the Origins of Audio have captured that beauty & vibe very well. Plus the envelopes give the opportunity to create new variety of sounds which are impossible on real Kalimba. I'm looking forward to using this on a lot of my upcoming film scores & songs.T.A.V (Composer, Music Producer, Audio Engineer)@VI-Control forum
This bank is a keeper, if you're into dark, thriller, horror cinematic stuff. Quite a number of interesting pads and 'beds' and fx. Don't expect your bread'n'butter stuff, but for working in the above mentioned genres, this is a lot of value for (no) money. In fact, it seems that the Greek guys behind the bank work with movie/video audio and decided to share patches they created for their in-house work. So, thank you very much, guys! In contrast with some commercial banks that I deleted, this one's got a permanent home on my HD. I have to concur with Chris-S about the disparate volumes of the patches, though. Be careful when browsing with headphones!Joachim Smith (Video producer and editor)@KVR forum
- Origins of Audio libraries and soundsets always helping me to find unique kind of tone in my music.www.jakubgawlina.comJakub Gawlina composer - SPM Music Group
VieL on Zebra SoundsetsOrigins of Audio use their imagination to create versatile soundsets which suit the needs of my tracks! It's always nice to experiment with their sounds and combine them with my music. Zebramatic II and Phobia have completely blown my mind away!VieL (Deep House/ Electronica/ Deep Techno)https://www.facebook.com/VieLproducer/
Building a sample library from scratch, is a tricky thing to do. However, internet and social media helped me to get in contact with wonderful people, who helped me overcome obstacles and share their knowledge with me. These people (scroll also to the right). with no specific order of preference and assistance are the following:
Co-founder of Fluffyaudio
Co-founder of Impact SoundWorks
Composer and Software Developer