Oddity2 takes the character and operational architecture of 3 generations of a classic and via a wave of enhancements, transports its spirit into a new dimension.
While the duophonic and monophonic modes have been retained, Oddity2 now also offers a monophonic legato mode, plus a POLYPHONIC MODE. Everything from spiky and resonant textures to lush and warm pads sounds can either be programmed from Oddity2’s intuitive controls or simply dialled up via the 1000+ categorised patches.
Via three filter modes and an additional oscillator, Oddity2 can sound as versatile and punchy as its main rival, the Mini, back in the day. Furthermore, dedicated LFO & ADSR, called XLFO & XASDR respectively, for modulation of almost every parameter make it the most programmable one.
- Over 1000 Categorised Patches
- Two syncable oscillators plus a sub oscillator
- Fully tuneable across a six octave range
- Monophonic, Duophonic and Polyphonic modes
- Sawtooth, Square, Sine & Variable pulse width waveforms
- Ring modulator
- Two resonant 24dB/octave lowpass filter modes
- One 12dB/octave filter mode
- Highpass filter
- Vast Modulation options via additional XLFO and XADSRs
- Dynamic control over filter cutoff and amplitude
- Timed Morphing between presets within a preset bank.
- Flying Slider feature
- A=440Hz Reference tone
- On-Board Delay
- Spread and Random Pan Modes
- Full automation support
In order to overcome the original instrument’s limitation of a single LFO, we’ve also added the ability to apply an additional LFO and ADSR to almost any of the main Oddity2 sliders, which gives the instrument almost unrivalled versatility and depth when it comes to sound design options. Additional improvements over its predecessor include an on-board delay, spread or random pan modes, patch morphing via beats or seconds, program change recognition and implementation of the two octave transpose switch for dynamic real-time performances.
Put simply, Oddity2 further builds on the significance and lineage of the original hardware and software instruments, by taking its fundamental sonic character and, via a raft of carefully considered musical enhancements, transplants it into the hands of those musicians ready to take it to both familiar and new horizons.
"It's immediately evident when playing a GForce instrument that the creators of these plugins are in love with the hardware they emulate. Great sounds coupled with extremently faithful recreations of these classics make these must-haves in your collection" - Klayton, Celldwellor
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