We love the synth designers at u-he. It’s because they always come up with such unique instruments! That's why we decided to enlist the unique talents of Rishabh Rajan to show you how to program their amazing Zebra 2! Rishabh totally demystifies Zebra and, along the way, you get to learn all about synthesis as he shares his unfathomable electronic music knowledge! It’s like two courses for the price of one!
Rishabh takes you through all of Zebra’s user interface from the Patches tab to the Main Grid. You learn all about the Generators, Modifiers, Modulators, Matrix and more. Then, you see how all these you these amazing synthesis tools work together as Rishabh dives into some Zebra 2 sound design.
There’s really no better way to learn Zebra 2 than with Rishabh Rajan. Check out this course and see why this synth is the go-to instrument for musicians and sound designers the world over!
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A. W. Bullington wrote on March 15, 2019
Great stuff. Rhishab is just the best on synthesis and this is an excellent example. Would love to see this tutorial updated to Zebra 2.8 and/or Zebra HZ.
Cameron wrote on October 28, 2016
I have watched several tutorials on Zebra, as it is one of my primary 'go-to' synths. This course is, by far, the best of the lot. It is not a walk through of the manual. But by the end of this series you will know every nook and cranny of Zebra. You will also learn much about synthesis in general and of 'what, why & how' creates, adds or modifies a sound.
Paul wrote on February 6, 2015
Another excellent synthesis tutorial by Rishabh Rajan, this time he demonstrates the power of U-He's flagship synthesiser Zerba2. This one is definitely worth checking out for any Zebra2 users.
Ryan wrote on February 1, 2015
This course was a thorough and detailed walk-through on a very powerful synth that is hard to find tutorials on. I am thrilled that you have covered some of the U-he products as they are some of the best software synths available. Thanks for saving me hours of reading through the manual. This was a much better way to learn this synth.