Behringer teases $500 hardware ARP Odyssey clone

In a post on their Facebook page from earlier today, polyglot gear manufacturer Behringer teased the idea of a hardware clone of the legendary ARP Odyssey solo synthesizer, but with a triple filter architecture that could emulate the sounds of the Mk. I, II, and III versions.
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In a post on their Facebook page from earlier today, polyglot gear manufacturer Behringer teased the idea of a hardware clone of the legendary ARP Odyssey solo synthesizer, but with a triple filter architecture that could emulate the sounds of the Mk. I, II, and III versions. The image above is their rendered mockup.

Of course, Korg also relatively recently announced they were at work on a hardware re-creation of the Odyssey, and to that end had brought on ARP co-founder David Friend as a consultant.

Our regular contributor Peter Kirn has a great scoop at his site, Create Digital Music.

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