One of the most established companies when it comes to VST products is GForce, the creator of Minimonsta, impOSCar and M-Tron. One of their most successful ideas has been without any doubt, Oddity, a VST recreation of the mythical ARP Odyssey synthesizer that was on the market between 1972 and 1981.
To be able to enjoy its sound you won't need a time machine. Oddity accurately recreates how this instrument, used by such important musicians as Gary Numan, Portishead, Kraftwerk, ABBA and Chemical Brothers, works.
Unlike the original, this digital version allows you to combine two presets to create imposing sounds. It also allows you to save your own presets. The ring modulator and the Duophonic capabilities have been perfectly emulated to create aggressive sounds. What's more, you will be able to control all the synthesizer's parameters by means of MIDI.
It has two oscillators with adjustable pulse width and tuning, an LFO section that includes glide control, filters with their own envelope generators, an envelope section and a master section where to apply basic adjustments to the instrument.
Oddity works both in standalone mode as well as integrated with a sequencer.
Are your music productions missing specific sounds? Try to inject some real 70's sounds to your music by downloading Oddity, a VST synthesizer based on ARP Odyssey.
Oddity is a virtual recreation of the mythical sound synthesizer ARP Odyssey. Try Oddity, a powerful VST instrument for your PC with an incredible sound
Requirements and additional information:
This application requires ASIO drivers to work. The trial version can be used for two hours, after that it will start adding a background noise.
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