GForce updates Oddity synth to v2
The Oddity 2 goes beyond what the ARP Odyssey, on which the GForce synth is based, initially offered.
Though this new version retains the original architecture of Oddity 1, GForce has added a large number of changes and improvements. The team included monophonic legato and polyponic modes to the already existing duophonic and monophonic operations, which radically improves the sonic possibilities of the synth.
Oddity 2 also features three filters and an additional oscillator, and you can apply additional LFO and ADSR to almost all of the main sliders for improved sound design.
GForce also offers in the new version a delay effect, Spread and Random pan modes, patch timed morphing, Program Change recognition and a 2-octave transposition switch for real time performance.
- 2 syncable oscillators and a sub-oscillator
- 6-octave range
- Monophonic, monophonic legato, duophonic and polyphonic modes
- Waveforms: sawtooth, square, sine and pulse width
- Ring modulation
- 2 24db/octave low-pass resonant filter modes
- 12dB/octave filter mode
- High-pass filter
- Modulation options via additional XLFO and XADSR
- Dynamic filter cutoff and amplitude control
- Preset morphing in the same bank
- Built-in delay effect
- Pan with Spread and Random modes
- More than 1000 patches included
- Full automation
- A = 440Hz reference
The Oddity 2 is available as a VST, AU and RTAS plug-in as well as in standalone version for Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit. It is available as a pre-release with an introductory price of £99.99 until December 1st. Demos are online at www.gforcesoftware.com.
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