Y, si no me equivoco, es Synthedit... digo.
Jose Erebo escribió:Supongo, no lo sé seguro, que tratandose de una emulación de un Arp2600 puede que el manual de la emulación de Arturia te sirva, lo tienes en la web oficial de Arturia...
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Because the most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting down every day and trying.
STEVEN PRESSFIELD - The War of Art
While the Minimoog proved to be a runaway success as the first compact studio synthesizer, ARP responded with a compact and user-friendly studio synthesizer of their own with the Odyssey in 1972. An almost equally legendary machine itself, the Odyssey was ARP's highest selling synth back then, and still is to this day in the second-hand market.
The Odyssey essentially gives you a simplified hard-wired ARP 2600 in a much smaller and affordable package. The Odyssey is a 2-oscillator analog synth (with duo-phonic capability) and it sounds really nice; the Minimoog has three oscillators and is capable of thicker sounds. The Odyssey comes well equipped with all the tweakable features and analog goodness you'd expect: a resonant low pass filter, ADSR envelopes, sine or square wave LFO, and a sample-and-hold function.