'Rate Of Motion' is a preset collection for U-He Zebra 2.5 soft synthesizer created by Jeff Rhodes of Perimeter Sound. Picking up where 'Zebrasonix' left off: with more melodic and rhythmically interesting arpeggiator programming, weird wonderful and useful modwheel settings, and all 4 X/Y pads mapped and ready to tweak to fit your tracks.
'Rate Of Motion' features 116 Brand New Original Patches each with:
• A unique arpeggiator setting
• Modwheel settings
• All 4 X/Y pad settings
• And most with customized WAVeforms (Also included is 1 variation of each preset for 232 patches all total)
• 26 Zebrify effect patches are included as a bonus
From dubstep to triphop to industrial, this is a wide ranging soundset that offers as much variety as the modern producer needs.
All presets are tagged with their main category: Bass - Lead - Pad - Synth. So you can spend your time making music, not looking for the right kind of sound.
Check out the mp3 demos for some examples of how these presets might be used in your music. And if you have purchased 'Dance Glitch Vol 1', recently released through Producer Loops, then you've no doubt heard a number of these patches in action. Rate Of Motion was used and abused in the making of all 3 Volumes of Dance Glitch, and I'm still using them in my latest projects.
Zebra never fails to inspire, as there just always seems to be something new to be done with it. This new set of sounds just shows a glimpse of what can be created, and I'd like to encourage you to grab the freebee pack to hear for yourself. There are no demo limitations or restrictions on the free patches, they are provided so you can try before you buy, and they are yours to keep and use whether you choose to purchase the full collection or not.
Check out the Zebrasonix review from Rekkerd.org
Special thanks to:
Torben Hansen for his very groovy electronika demo track, dig that bass. (Drums/percussion courtesy of the 'Bio-Mechanic Beats II' loop sample collection.)
Bill Davies, for another soulful demo tune showing off a whole different side of the patches. (Drums/percussion courtesy of the 'World Tek' loop sample collection.)
Michael Cavallo for his energetic track 'Omelet', showing off yet another side of the ROM patch set. (The kick, snare, and white noise fade are from Mr. Cavallo's own patches.)