Deep Space is inspired in the vast and wide deep space full of alien galaxies, black holes, fast rotating quasars, nebulaes and the time and space before the big bang and after the big bang. This
soundset is formed by atmospheres that reminds extremely big spaces and far away event horizons accompanied with alien voices of planets with dense, warm and acid atmospheres. Deep Space is
perfect for ambient music, video games with a dark and dramatic component, or for great suspenseful compositions.
All the 128 patches of Deep Space are carefully designed using Zebra's spectral oscillators, comb oscillators and waveform oscillators with custom waveforms.
The new distortion module of Zebra2 is present adding to the sounds from a soft and warm character to a wild distortion effect.
The modulation wheel plays a crucial role in Deep Space allowing to make fast manipulations over the patches or nice transition effects for making the songs more expressive and original.
The patches included in this soundset range from calmed and static atmospheres to large leads and keyboards, dark and distorted atmospheres, long and frightening modulations, colourful sequences, one shot effects and explosions, minimalistic and complex sounds, alien voices, near human throaty voices, extremely tense sounds, unstable weird oscillations, far transmissions, metallic and industrial sound scapes, destructive robotics and alien spaceships.
Dark and calmed atmospheres, eerie soundscapes, large pads and science fiction effects.
The order is processed in less than 24 hours.
You will receive an email with the download link.
· Approximately 4 MB of hard drive space
· Zebra V2.7
Content and formatting
· 128 patches for Zebra
· Modulation wheel control
· Normalized volumes
· Patches organized in categories
· Control by Performance Pads on 32 patches
Royalty Free. For commercial or free use.
The soundset comes in a zip file with the 128 presets
for Zebra2, a user guide, a readme file with the installation a EULA License and free customer support.
Sound design and recording by Complex from December
2013 to February 2014. None of the
recordings was externally processed to enhance the sound.