From the deep, full-bodied filters, to the mellow
analog-style oscillators, to the distortive drive
from feedback-looping the output, this instrument
can give you the feeling of playing a Minimoog
without spending a small fortune to do so.
an emulation of an Arp Odyssey MkII.
Much attention to detail was given in the layout of
the signal path to have it behave as accurately as
possible. It does have just a touch more umph than
most originals would – this particular emulation was
based on the “illegal” filter versions based on
Moog’s -24dB Low-Pass filter, so it sounds quite a
bit smoother and richer but at the same it can
produce the harsh metallic tones known from the
a Prophet 5 clone.
There isn’t a terrible lot to say for the synth,
other than one major bug with the unison section.
You may notice it isn’t present, and that has been
done on purpose. It is a goal for a future release
to re-include a unison feature.
Roberson Audio’s synthesizers are available to
download as freeware VST instrument plug-ins for