ARP Odyssey Sounds For Reason

January 31, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

 

Binary Music has announced that they are now supporting Reason’s NN-XT with some Refills for Reason -ARP Odyssey, Valve 4 Op and Crosswave.

 

  • The ARP Odyssey Refill contains 101 NN-XT patches made from over 1,400 samples.
  • Valve 4 Op is a collection of samples from a Yamaha TX81Z – 65 patches for NN-XT and 47 Combinator patches.
  • The Crosswave Refill contains 133 NN-XT patches of an Ensoniq SQ80.

Pricing and Availability:

Pricing is £11 – €13 – $15 for the first week, thereafter £17 – €20 – $23, including VAT in EU.

More information:

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Fat sounds from a classic synth – Arp Odyssey

October 16, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

This is a short demo of the ARP Odyssey’s sound and synthesis capabilities. This Odyssey is a late mk1 model. It has a gritty and present sound.

While the Minimoog proved to be a runaway success as the first compact studio synthesizer, ARP responded with a compact and user-friendly studio synthesizer of their own with the Odyssey in 1972. An almost equally legendary machine itself, the Odyssey was ARP’s highest selling synth back then, and still is to this day in the second-hand market.

The Odyssey essentially gives you a simplified hard-wired ARP 2600 in a much smaller and affordable package. The Odyssey is a 2-oscillator analog synth (with duo-phonic capability) and it sounds really nice; the Minimoog has three oscillators and is capable of thicker sounds. The Odyssey comes well equipped with all the tweakable features and analog goodness you’d expect: a resonant low pass filter, ADSR envelopes, sine or square wave LFO, and a sample-and-hold function.

First came the Odyssey Mk I (Model 2800) produced between 1972-75. These used a smooth but tinny sounding 2-pole voltage-controlled filter design (model 4023) similar to those used in the Oberheim SEM modules. From 1972 to 74 the Odyssey was produced with a white-faced front panel with black lettering. During 1974 to 75 they switched to a redesigned black front panel with gold lettering. However, all Mk I’s can be identified by the rotary knob they use for pitch bending. None had any interface jacks, but a factory modification was available to add interface jacks as well as a PPC pitch bender in place of the rotary knob.

Time machine: ARP Odyssey “Back In 1972″

September 14, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound
“Back In 1972″

all synthesizer sounds: ARP Odyssey Mk3 analog synthesizer
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: a bit reverb and delay

He used the internal LFO with the sample/hold modul for triggering the sequence. for the sounds: FM, Osc-Sync and Ringmodulator.

ARP Odyssey – spiral sequence 2

July 20, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Composed, arranged & performed by Bruno Ender Lee, studio-recording July 19. 2013 (no video, just pictures & sound)

every sound was made with the ARP Odyssey, recorded on 4 stereo-tracks (plus: Doepfer MAQ 16/3-sequencer, stereo-panning delays & chorus)

2013 Velvet Voyage Productions / all rights reserved

Bruno Ender Lee playing Galaxies

May 20, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

BRUNO ENDER LEE – “Galaxies (part 2)” – studio recording May 19. 2013

-stereo-track 1: Absynth 4 – (drone)
-stereo-track 2: Korg Mono/Poly VST (arpeggio)
-stereo-track 3: MiniMoog Voyager OS (bass)
-stereo-track 4: MiniMoog Voyager OS (leads)
-stereo-track 5: Synthesizers.com Studio-88 (effects)
-stereo-track 6: ARP Odyssey (leads & effects)

composed, arranged & produced by Bruno Ender Lee
2013 Velvet Voyage Productions

ARP Odyssey + Oberheim OB-Xa

February 6, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound
“Games”

bass and sequencer sounds: ARP Odyssey Mk III Analog Synthesizer from the year 1980, sequenced by the SCI Pro-One internal step sequencer
all other sounds: Oberheim OB-Xa Analog Synthesizer from the year 1981
drums: Roland TR-707
recording: multi-track without midi
fx: a little bit delay and reverb

more info: http://www.retrosound.de

ARP Odyssey – spiral sequence

November 3, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

BRUNO ENDER LEE – “ARP Odyssey – spiral sequence” – November 2. 2012

Every sound was created with ARP Odyssey MK III, recorded on 4 stereo-tracks (sequence with Doepfer MAQ 16/3, bass, effects & leads) with stereo-panning-delay. Filmed during recording of the bass

composed, arranged & produced by Bruno Ender Lee; 2012 Velvet Voyage Productions

Punk synth – feature of the legendary ARP Odyssey synthesizer

May 31, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

A GForceSoftwareTV feature on the legendary ARP Odyssey synthesizer.

While the Minimoog proved to be a runaway success as the first compact studio synthesizer, ARP responded with a compact and user-friendly studio synthesizer of their own with the Odyssey in 1972. An almost equally legendary machine itself, the Odyssey was ARP’s highest selling synth back then, and still is to this day in the second-hand market.

The Odyssey essentially gives you a simplified hard-wired ARP 2600 in a much smaller and affordable package. The Odyssey is a 2-oscillator analog synth (with duo-phonic capability) and it sounds really nice; the Minimoog has three oscillators and is capable of thicker sounds. The Odyssey comes well equipped with all the tweakable features and analog goodness you’d expect: a resonant low pass filter, ADSR envelopes, sine or square wave LFO, and a sample-and-hold function.

The Odyssey also added a few new features such as a high pass filter that could be used in series with the low pass, oscillator-sync capability, and pulse-width modulation. It is a very professional and expressive machine that can create nice analog basses, interesting leads, great effects and sweeping sounds straight out of a Tangerine Dream album!

There were many versions of the Odyssey over the years, each a little different. They can be broken down into 8 models spanning 3 Mark “Mk” version.

Korg MS-20 + ARP Odyssey MK2 = Analog Improv

May 15, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

A little improve with two vintage synths. The MS-20 is also run through an mf-104z and mf-103 moogerfoogers.

Hardware:
Korg MS-20
ARP Odyssey MK 2
Moogerfooger MF-104z Analog Delay
Moogerfooger MF-103 Phaser

Software:
Valhalla DSP Room
PSP Vintage Warmer 2

“Next Hypnotic Live” (NightBirds Electronic – OFFICIAL VIDEO)

December 13, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

“Next Hypnotic Live” (NightBirds Electronic Music)

Recorded with the RSF Polykobol sequencer, ARP Odyssey & ROLAND System 100.

Video by R.V.

NightBirds P&C 2011

http://fr-fr.facebook.com/people/NightBirds-Electronique/100000038001995
http://soundcloud.com/nightbirds-electronic

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