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Explore the world of ARP ODYSSEY
Just 2 days back on Korg's official Instagram a keyboard-less version of the ARP Odyssey was spotted by a number of synth observers. Melville, NY - - September 1, - - Korg brings back the unmistakable sound of the legendary ARP Odyssey in a desktop module format with ARP Odyssey Modules; offering users all the editing and sound-shaping parameters from the keyboard versions! The lineup includes two models, the white Rev1 and the black and orange Rev3, reproducing traditional styling. Since its appearance in , the ARP Odyssey has been loved by countless musicians as a classic analog synthesizer. The ARP sound, which continues to be envied as an iconic analog synthesizer, was once again back in the hands of today's musicians. Now, Korg has further broadened the reach of the ARP Odyssey in today's world by releasing these new models. More articles by this author. He's built a crack team of professional musicians and writers to create one of the most visited online resources for news, review, tutorials and interviews for modern musician and producer. Create an account or login to get started! Audio is your ultimate daily resource covering the latest news, reviews, tutorials and interviews for digital music makers, by digital music makers.
Korg's ARP recreation returns in a stripped-down desktop form
Most musical instruments are a seamless blend of science and art. One of the fundamental problems with modern music technology is our overwhelming focus on the technology element. On paper, the ARP Odyssey module is nothing special. The ARP Odyssey is an iconic synth, released in as a rival to the Minimoog and revived in keyboard form by Korg last year. The Odyssey Module is available in two different colours: a mk3-style black-and-orange colour scheme and a mk1-style light grey. Each revealed a slightly different element of the sound, from funky duophonic leads particularly good with subtle differences between VCO1 and VCO2 settings through to big, bold basslines and resonant, borderline acid sounds with the rev3 filter. Having criticised the scientific approach to assessing musical instruments, it seems more than a little churlish to give it a rating, but so be it. Objectively speaking, the Odyssey module is by definition slightly less versatile than the keyboard version, but it sounds just as good.
Since its appearance in , the ARP Odyssey has been loved by countless musicians as a classic analog synthesizer. The ARP sound, which continues to be envied as an iconic analog synthesizer, was once again back in the hands of today's musicians. To fit perfectly in today's DAW-centric music production environments, we provide it in a more compact module form. The lineup includes two models, the white Rev1 and the black and orange Rev3, reproducing traditional styling in a cutting-edge tabletop body. The real ARP sound that transcends history is once again available to the world. In its compact, keyboard-less body, it contains the exact same circuitry as the original, making it even easier for you to obtain that rich analog sound that only a genuine ARP ODYSSEY can produce. The unique shape of the slider grips, their smooth operating feel, and the layout of the switches all perfectly reproduce the layout of the original despite the compact module design. The body, on the other hand, has been redesigned for its new life in module form, featuring a sturdy steel chassis befitting the weighty sounds produced by this instrument throughout its forty-year history. Alan R. Arp Instruments built a legacy as a great leader in the growth and development of the electronic musical market.