Krakatau wrote:egbert101 wrote:New word: Zebraholics.
LOL! They have AA meetings and groups for that to?
Ah_Dziz wrote:doesn't use much CPU,
Sound Author wrote: results in generative patches like this one...
Krakatau wrote:Sound Author wrote: results in generative patches like this one...
Do you mean that this track is generated by playing a single note ?
Urs wrote:hivkorn wrote:The most difficult things with zebra is the GUI , i own it 2 times in the past , i dig it a lot but everytime I don t understand how the GUI works... Something like softube modular is more easy to understand. Yes the sound is neutral , it is great to make THE sound you want. I hope Zebra 3 will have a more understable GUI.
The thing about Zebra's UI is that it requires an "a-ha moment". I've heard this many many times, people saying "I stared at it for some time and didn't get it, but suddenly, from one second to another, it became all clear!" - once this moment has happened the UI is perfectly understandable, and you will not want any major change to it.
I think we need to figure out a way to speed this process up. Maybe we need Dan Worrall for Zebra 3.
Arksun wrote:Also I tend to find Zebra is extremely good at blending with natural real world instruments in a mix, seems to do this far better than the other waveform generating synths I have.