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Creamware Klangbox Prodyssey Synth Emulator
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CreamWare's Klangbox Prodyssey is a DSP-based synth emulator producing authentic sounds from the classic Odyssey. The unit is driven by the proven AS...Click To Read More About This Product
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Put a top-notch Odyssey emulation in your rack!
CreamWare's Klangbox Prodyssey is a DSP-based synth emulator producing authentic sounds from the classic Odyssey. The unit is driven by the proven ASB audio engine. It is controlled via MIDI or USB and has stereo ins and outs and also features an FX processor producing time-based stereo effects such as delay, chorus, and flanger. The editor software (available for PC and Mac) provides access to all synthesis parameters and also includes a management tool for 128 factory sounds and 128 user sounds.
Plug your MIDI keyboard to your Klangbox and play it right away. Modify the sounds using the controls of your keyboard, external MIDI controllers, or the editor software. Change existing programs, or create new and unheard sounds from scratch. The MIDI data generated by the software can be recorded using any software sequencer.
- Odyssey emulation
- 12 voices
- Switchable ARP/Moog filter
- Stereo I/Os
- MIDI In/Out/Thru
- USB port (for MIDI connection)
- Time-based effects (delay, chorus, flanger)
- Rack-mount unit (19", 1U)
- PC/Mac editor software
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The sound that comes from this is superb and cannot be faulted. The moog filter on it is tunning and allows you to treat it as two different instruments (however not multitimbral).The editing software supplied is not very good and crashes etc. It would have been alot more useful having a VSTi type editor that could sit in a DAW (or a Cubase Device Panel), but none of these have been supplied. Without convenient editing (not even a display on the device) then this instrument is next to useless unless you want to use presets!Could have done with a little more thought and software writing and it could have taken the Market by Storm. Seems such a shame as soundwise it is awesome with no aliasing!