Behringer plans to revive the basic ARP Odyssey synth, too
Korg is not the one instrument firm planning to reboot the basic ARP Odyssey synth. Tipping its hand by way of Fb, Behringer revealed that it too has a remake of the long-lasting 70s analog synthesizer within the works. Particulars are scarce for now, however the submit signifies that Behringer could also be planning to make use of three-mode VCF circuitry with a purpose to pack in sounds from the ARP Odyssey MK I, MK II and MK III collection with full MIDI management by way of USB. The corporate says it could do all of that and hold the worth round $500. Korg’s “trustworthy recreation” was scheduled to reach in September, however that date was pushed to early 2015, so we might see its remaining product at NAMM close to the top of January. There isn’t any phrase on when Behringer’s instrument will ship.