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"From the Odyssey "

GForce Software GForce OddityPublished on 10/15/12 at 22:34
I had no compatibility issues installing or running Gforce Oddity on my PC. It is an analog virtual synth that installs quickly and easily to your system. It does not require much disk space or CPU to run Oddity. It has a high pass filter and flying slider feature. It is basically the software version of the classic Odyssey synth. It did a great job of mimicking the Odyssey with sounds and sound creation. The Gforce Oddity allows you to change the parameters to do some really cool stuff. So if you understand how the parameters work in this VST you will have so many options to change and mold sounds the way that you want them.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

It has never crashed or gave me a......
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I had no compatibility issues installing or running Gforce Oddity on my PC. It is an analog virtual synth that installs quickly and easily to your system. It does not require much disk space or CPU to run Oddity. It has a high pass filter and flying slider feature. It is basically the software version of the classic Odyssey synth. It did a great job of mimicking the Odyssey with sounds and sound creation. The Gforce Oddity allows you to change the parameters to do some really cool stuff. So if you understand how the parameters work in this VST you will have so many options to change and mold sounds the way that you want them.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

It has never crashed or gave me a single issue. I have not used in my Macbook , but on my Windows XP computer it worked great. The interface is big and easy to ready and understand. All of the sliders can be color coded so you can tell them and their functions apart. I have run this VST simultaneously up to 4 times before and it didn’t crash or freeze. So I am sure you can run it more times than that at the same time and it should be fine.


OVERALL OPINION

It only costs 99 dollars, so you really don’t have anything to lose with purchasing this. If you love analog sounds or if you have used and heard of the Odyssey then you will love what this Oddity can do with some of the same sounds as the Odyssey. The only change that I would make to it is that I wish it had a lot of effects right on board. It would be cool if they had the original effects in full, and to also add some. But nonetheless it is a great VST and it will work with any DAW or software program that accepts VST plug ins.
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"sounds are great"

GForce Software GForce OddityPublished on 06/25/12 at 00:41
The Oddity from Gmedio Gforce has worked great on my pc running windows vista and on my laptop which is running an older version of windows xp. I havent had any issues with this software plug in or any sort of crashes or glitches with my current system or set up. It actually didn’t even take that long to load up after I purchased it, it was pretty quick which was suprising because of all of the sounds and patches that it has I was expecting it to take a lot longer.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Software worked great in cubase and everything seems to load up perfectly, it can take a few seconds for the whole plug in to actually load but that’s only on my XP system and that’s because the......
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The Oddity from Gmedio Gforce has worked great on my pc running windows vista and on my laptop which is running an older version of windows xp. I havent had any issues with this software plug in or any sort of crashes or glitches with my current system or set up. It actually didn’t even take that long to load up after I purchased it, it was pretty quick which was suprising because of all of the sounds and patches that it has I was expecting it to take a lot longer.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Software worked great in cubase and everything seems to load up perfectly, it can take a few seconds for the whole plug in to actually load but that’s only on my XP system and that’s because the whole computer is really outdated and slow now. But besides that it works great, especially on my newer pc that is running vista.


OVERALL OPINION

But best thing about Oddity (Gforce) is the patches and sounds that it as presented in the plug in. I really end up using some of them a lot and most of them I just use the preset as it is and add some minor extra effects through my mixer track just to give it a different feel. But everything comes from just the general preset. I really haven tried creating my own presets yet, though I hear its pretty easy in Oddity to do so. I just havent felt the need to do it yet because im still using most of the presets a lot, and I have been using it since 2009 or 2010 and im still using most of the basic presets and I still don’t sound outdated in my music. All of the synths are pretty warm and rich, not too many thin synths. I do also love the pads, I use them so much and I will continue to use them..
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GForce Software GForce OddityPublished on 03/02/10 at 16:17
I have had no compatibility issues so far on my macbook. I have not had the need to use the manual as this is a reproduction of a hardware synth, so everything is very easy to understand. Yes, the setup and configuration is very simple. If you are familiar with an actual real deal analog synth, than this is nothing new. If you are not, do a little research as it will help you a lot when trying to understand and use other plugins of this type. Yes, the typical functions are very accessible as they are all right out in front of you.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Yes, the software works great in Logic 9 and Ableton 8. So far it has not crashed or lost any of my presets.
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I have had no compatibility issues so far on my macbook. I have not had the need to use the manual as this is a reproduction of a hardware synth, so everything is very easy to understand. Yes, the setup and configuration is very simple. If you are familiar with an actual real deal analog synth, than this is nothing new. If you are not, do a little research as it will help you a lot when trying to understand and use other plugins of this type. Yes, the typical functions are very accessible as they are all right out in front of you.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Yes, the software works great in Logic 9 and Ableton 8. So far it has not crashed or lost any of my presets.
As for performance, it works perfect with all of my midi controllers and it sounds pretty darn good too. I have been using this synth for about two months.

OVERALL OPINION

What I like most about this is the sounds of course (most important thing when buying a music instrument/plugin). They are nice and warm and remind me of other analogue synths I have used (Juno series, Voyager). The Presets are also really great on this synth and give you a good idea of the spectrum of sounds you can get with this guy. Another great thing is the simple fact that this synth is very easy to use. I am a sucker for synths that reproduce the sounds and the physical look of vintage synths and this one is no exception. I paid $150 for this synth and I am happy with paying that. Its a great tool for electronica aswell as many other styles. I use it a lot these days when I need something warm and gritty. 10 out of 10 sounds, very good realism and texture. I have used lots of computer based synths and this one is up there with the best. Yes, I would definitely make the same choice again.
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" A safe bet"

GForce Software GForce OddityPublished on 03/29/13 at 06:35
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No worries with the installation. Quick and easy.
The Oddity is a subtractive synth with two oscillators, quite classical in its content (see specifications on the "Information"), but the architecture is surprising when you're used to the more common type, " Mini-Moog. " Fortunately, the manual (in French!) That accompanies it is very well done and we found it very quickly, especially among modulation routings. Nothing complicated in reality. On the other hand, the Oddity is accompanied by six banks of 64 presets, usually very interesting, offering a broad overview of the opportunities and beast are all good bases work to create our own sounds, although mostly very usable as is.
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No worries with the installation. Quick and easy.
The Oddity is a subtractive synth with two oscillators, quite classical in its content (see specifications on the "Information"), but the architecture is surprising when you're used to the more common type, " Mini-Moog. " Fortunately, the manual (in French!) That accompanies it is very well done and we found it very quickly, especially among modulation routings. Nothing complicated in reality. On the other hand, the Oddity is accompanied by six banks of 64 presets, usually very interesting, offering a broad overview of the opportunities and beast are all good bases work to create our own sounds, although mostly very usable as is.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Perfect stability and no malfunction on Mac Pro / Mac OS 10.6.8 / Digital Performer. CPU usage insignificant.

OVERALL OPINION

I use Oddity since its inception. I worked with Mac OS 9 and he stayed loyal by changing system. I can not say it is completely faithful to the Odyssey, having never approached it. But it matters very little to me and what I can say is that the emulation of analog sound in general is more than credible. I always liked the sound of the Oddity which can be both very "acid" or very "fat" and its amazing possibilities. It is especially ideal for creating leads frenzied howling good! In addition, a significant advantage of the "VSTi" is that all parameters are controllable via MIDI, which opens wide horizons ..
Generally, I like to add a little overdrive my synths. The Oddity lends itself very well, and with Ohmicide Ohm Force behind it makes sounds that have great fishing. Of course, some might complain that there is no effect on board, but for my part, I think this is not what we want a synth hundred times and I prefer to use my own plug-ins.
I do not think about getting tired of this synth that has always made me happy and if I had not, I really miss. Excellent price / quality ratio.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: GForce Software
  • Model: GForce Oddity
  • Category: Virtual subtractive synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/15/2004

Oddity is modeled on the classic ARP Odyssey synthesizer, manufactured between 1971 & 1981

  • Analog modeling of the legendary ARP Odyssey
  • Two Syncable oscillators
  • Fully tuneable across a six octave range
  • Monophonic & Duophonic modes
  • Sawtooth, Square, Sine & Variable pulse width waveforms
  • Ring modulator
  • Resonant 24dB/octave lowpass filter
  • Highpass filter
  • Dynamic control over filter cutoff and amplitude
  • Timed Morphing between presets
  • Flying Slider feature
  • A=440Hz Reference tone
  • Full automation support
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