Korg has introduced ARP ODYSSEi for iOS, a software synth that uses analog circuit modeling to recreate the sound of the classic ARP Odyssey.
According to the company, the software faithfully models the circuits of all three versions of the ARP Odyssey. It also adds new functionality to allow further possibilities beyond the unique sounds Odyssey has become famous for.
Korg has used their Circuit Modeling Technology (CMT) to recreate the original as closely as possible. In addition
to the three filter types and the Drive function available on Korg’s 2015 revival of Odyssey, ARP ODYSSEi offers a new voice assign mode that allows you to play chords, an arpeggiator that can be programmed much like a step sequencer, and effects that can transform the sound dramatically.
ARP ODYSSEi can be used in conjunction with the KORG Gadget music production DAW app, is compatible with Audiobus and Inter-App Audio, and can also be used in GarageBand.
Here’s the official video intro:
Pricing and Availability:
ARP ODYSSEi is available with an introductory price of US $19.99 through November 30th.