We just got the Korg/Arp Odyssey in for review a few days ago, as I was busy with the MFB Dominion 1 review (coming shortly), I thought it would be interesting to see what Dave Spiers from GForce Software thought about it - they make the Oddity and Oddity 2 software, so know a thing or two about the originals - as you can imagine, he was keen to check one out. If there was some sort of qualification available in Odyssey, I think he'd probably get an A+.
Our full review will be coming soon, but this will hopefully serve as a taster (honestly, we'll have to work hard to make ours compete!). Dave fires up their modified Odyssey MK3 and dials in a few signature aounds.
Now before anyone gets all uppity about lab testing conditions and the like, this is what it is, a comparisson overview in the hands of one the leading experts in this instrument.
The Odyssey is beginning to make its way into stores now and comes with the most beautiful carry case.
Three new modules make up this years announcements
The first standalone semi-modular from Pittsburgh Modular