They could have been posted to the Wiki directly but I have included a short description and supporting links for these plug-ins and it would crowd the Wiki. Even the sequencer settings can be remote controlled. Further enhancements include velocity sensitivity, the ability to 'Morph' between Presets and a unique flying slider feature which allows you to throw sliders around at different speeds, recording these changes within your host application. Every detail has been carefully considered to stay true to the quality of the original, down to the sophisticated semi-hard case. External input allows filter to be used as plug-in effect.
. There is an option for polyphony with up to 8 voices as well as the option to use 2-8 of them in unison. One of the most versatile and clever hard wired synthesizers ever needs no frills! They recreate the legendary sounds of the classic synthesizers at a fraction of the price. The Duo mode can generate some very nice sounds. Comes with 36 presets, sounds great.
The master Tune from the original is gone. The duophonic analog synth was then reissued by Korg in 2015 with the help of David Friend, the co-founder of Arp, bringing back to life the power of the Odyssey. This is a new and exciting high-performance synthesizer! While capturing the character of the original it adds some necessary enhancements that make the sounds of the Odyssey fully accessible and useable to any of today's computer-based musicians! Computer : Toshiba Portege Z935 Ultrabook, Intel Core i5-3317U 1. . Whatever it is, it sounds really good. All of the original details have been included with plenty of extras like the improved sequencer programming section. This is a really great synthesizer.
That is really to bad since this is my favorite variant of the ones here. Probably the most well known synthesizer there is. It also had a distinct operational architecture and because of this weΓÇÖve seen some people spend up to an hour trying to get it to make a sound. Could the model copied here be the one with the famous illegal Moog filter design with the beefier sound than other Odyssey models? True to the original manual. Loved by a wide range of musicians as a historical classic, its sound can be heard on numerous classic songs.
One of the most versatile and clever hard wired synthesizers ever needs no frills! This filter included an error which limited bandwidth to around 12kHz but thankfully this could be easily rectified and, indeed, many were. Thank you for reading and commenting Time for another post in this thread besides the recent addition to the Odyssey family, check it out. Every detail has been carefully considered to stay true to the quality of the original, down to the sophisticated semi-hard case. A nice little bonus is that you can switch between the three different color designs of the past. Didn't have much success in understanding the sequencer. This one however is duo phonic by default.
Original manual can be used for this one too. It is also easier to use because of the lack of extras. Also included : a cowbell. There is also an old-school 16 step sequencer built in with many more functions way beyond my knowledge. Our relationship with the Odyssey is long and well-known. But who needs extra frills with the Arp odyssey? Nostalgia would be complete if you could make a skin of this!! Any way you cut it, the Oddity is the real thing! It has exactly the same interface and controls as the original, and has no extra frills.
On top of this all three Osc now also have a sine wave as an option. No idea and are laid out and designed in the same way as the original hardware. Put simply, the Minimoog had three oscillators and the Odyssey had two ΓÇô the Minimoog was monophonic and the Odyssesy was duophonic ΓÇô the Minimoog had no dedicated ring modulator while the Odyssey did. Just take it as a list of cool free synthesizers to play around with. Enjoy, hopefully some will find this useful! The original had no patch memory, but the Oddity ships with 5 banks of 64 presets and has virtually unlimited patch storage.
Monophonic, polyphonic, legato and unison trigger modes. There were also a four and eight voice version being sold, imagine setting up 8 voices independently. This would be compatible with both 32 bit and 64 bit windows. The characteristic Duo phonic mode is missing and the polyphony works like a 'regular' synth. Arp Odyssey in my home town 1977!!! The legendary analog synthesizer that transformed its age. We love its tone so much we decided to model its inner workings and operational design for Oddity and , with the latter providing a wealth of features never included on the original such as polyphony, massive modulation potential, patch memories and patch morphing. Great congratulations to all involved in creating the software! If someone finds the option for Duo please post it.
A 3 oscillator synth with a routing matrix that will result in hours of tweaking and experimentation. For this reason we decided on the name ΓÇÿOddityΓÇÖ for our labour of love. The synthesizer was done with SynthMaker, but uses our own coded filters, envelopes and midi control for that special Odyssey sound. The below image shows Alan R. The Oddity takes all that was unique and great about this instrument and thanks to a painstaking emulative process brings these qualities into the modern age. Presets can be saved and changes to knobs persist when saving the complete project. However the layout, looks, and programming is clearly made to replicate one.
We request that you follow the instructions on the page below to complete the migration procedures. Long stopped, the wheels of history have again begun to move. There is no extras functionality added and following the original manual seems to work just fine. A Manual would have been great. The many great sounds that marked an era. Two are true to the original in looks and functionality and the last one is a super version with polyphony and a ton of extras. Indeed it would be nice if we could get your blue gray Mk.