Zebra Lazarus Vol IV continues the Lazarus series with more dynamic and atmospheric, electronic and cinematic synth sounds.
Lazarus IV contains 180 patches for Zebra2, with a Dark Edition expanding the number of patches to 360 (adding 180 further patches for ZebraHZ).
The Zebra Lazarus series is inspired by synth-heavy game soundtracks such as Deus Ex, Mirror’s Edge, Quantum Break, The Division, Borderlands and Mass Effect. With the two new volumes, the inspiration has been expanded by artists such as Subheim, Dalham, Daniel Avery, Bronson, nervous_testpilot and CoLD SToRAGE.
It’s a sc-fi/futuristic collection of synth patches influenced by classic analogue sounds and also modern electronic music. It ripples with pulsing sequences, tight basses, silky pads, kinetic synths and detailed loops.
As well as providing a backdrop to exotic, cyberpunk worlds and dramatic, dystopian action, the Lazarus series can provide subtle synthetic flavours for intimate modern underscore, epic trailer cues and vibrant electronic tracks.
Zebra Lazarus Vol IV is available for £24.99 +VAT and also comes in a Dark Edition, providing darker, punchier, more analogue interpretations of the original patches for ZebraHZ (as well as the original Zebra2 patches), priced at £34.99 +VAT.
Zebra Lazarus Vol III is now available too. For a limited period you can also buy both the Dark Editions in a Lazarus III & IV Bundle at £49.99 +VAT. Plus, there’s also a new Lazarus Bundle that includes all four volumes for £99.99 +VAT.