ARP Odyssey For VCV Rack In-Depth Demo

In his latest video, synthesist Omri Cohen takes a look at developer Don Turnock’s Odyssey for VCV Rack, the free, multi-platform software modular synthesizer.

Turnock describes Odyssey for VCV Rack as ‘an Arp Odyssey on steroids’.

“In this video, I go through all of its features, and I take a closer look at how this module works,” notes Cohen. “It’s a great sounding synth, very CPU efficient, and it’s available for free.”

It’s available as a free download, in versions for Linux, Mac & Windows.

5 thoughts on “ARP Odyssey For VCV Rack In-Depth Demo

    1. Who cares? It doesn’t claim to be a virtual Oddy and there are already a half-dozen software Oddys.

      It’s a new design that takes inspiration from the original Odyssey – so the question is whether it’s a useful new synth.

  1. Nothing like an oddy, where are the sync leads sounds? Nothing new as a software synth at all. It is not cool or useful! At least take the reverb off…

  2. A FREE SOFT SYNTH THAT ISNT PERFECT FOR ME, COOL OR PERSONALLY USEFUL, HOW DARE THEY!!

    I found it to make some really interesting sequences and timbres. But I fancy myself a “sound designer” so I don’t get bummed out when something doesn’t make a known standard sound from my first few minutes of use or from some YT vid.

    After a few brief tests, using external modulation, a few effects such as light delay etc.. I was able to get some really great things from it.

    Its a free color for our pallet of audio paints.

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