Korg ARP Odyssey Analog Synthesizer Module (White)

Korg ARP Odyssey Analog Synthesizer Module (White)

Korg ARP Odyssey Analog Synthesizer Module (White)

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Product Highlights

  • Classic ARP Odyssey without Keys
  • Reproduced Exact Circuitry of Original
  • 2x VCO
  • Filter Revisions: Type I, II, III
  • VCA Overdrive
  • USB and MIDI In
  • Headphone Output
  • 1/4 and 1/8" Cables Included
  • Impact-Resistant Case Included
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  • 1Description

The white ARP Odyssey Module from Korg is the re-creation of the classic analog synthesizer minus the keys. The synthesizer was originally produced in the 1970s and highly regarded for its sharp penetrating sound and rich range of tonal variations. This module features the original circuitry with some updated features including MIDI and USB.

The synth module offers monophonic or duophonic operation. The oscillator section includes two VCOs with sawtooth, square, and pulse waveforms. Additionally, all three revisions of the filter are immediately accessible via a switch and further broaden the tonal palette. Type I (rev. 1) is a 12 dB/Oct circuit, while Type II and III (Rev. 2 & 3) are 24 dB/Oct, and each type adds distinct flavors and colors to the sound. Both of the portamento circuits (Rev.1 & 2/3) are available as well, while a drive circuit has been added to the VCA, producing distortion and generating a rough and raw sound. All of the sliders have been updated and are smoother than the original, making the synth uncompromisingly playable.

A variety of functions and modulation possibilities are provided by oscillator sync, pulse-width modulation, sample & hold, a high-pass filter, two types of envelope generators, an LFO, and pitch bend via the proportional pitch controls (PPC). The ARP Odyssey ships with a power adapter, a 1/4" cable, and an 1/8" cable.

  • Monophonic or duophonic operation
  • 2x VCOs featuring Sawtooth, Square, and Pulse waveforms
  • VCF switchable between rev. I, II, and III
  • VCA with overdrive
  • ADSR envelope generator
  • AR envelope generator
  • LFO
  • Noise generator
  • Portamento
  • Ring modulator
  • Sample & hold
  • External audio input
  • USB MIDI
  • CV/Gate I/O
  • Extended body protects keys
  • Phone and mini-phone cables included

 

In the Box
Korg ARP Odyssey Analog Synthesizer Module (White)
  • AC Adapter
  • 1/4" / 6.3 mm Cable
  • 1/8" / 3.5 mm Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Polyphony Maximum Polyphony: 2 voices for duophonic; normally monophonic
    Controllers Transpose Positions: 2 octaves down, normal, 2 octaves up
    Proportional Pitch Control
    Pitch Down Pad (b): about -2 / 3 octave
    Modulation Pad (-)
    Pitch Up Pad (#): about +2 / 3 octave
    Noise Generator Noise Spectrum Types: White and pink
    Portamento Maximum Speed: About 0.01 ms/oct
    Minimum Speed: About 1.5 seconds/oct
    VCO Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
    Waveforms: Sawtooth, square, pulse (dynamic pulse)
    Frequency Range:
    VCO-1 in Low-Frequency Mode: 0.2 to 20 Hz
    VCO-1 and VCO-2 (Audio Range): About 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Warm Up Drift: 1/30 semitone from turn on max
    Pulse Width: 50 to 5%
    Pulse Width Modulation:
    ADSR: +45%
    LFO: +15%
    Voltage Controlled Response: 1 V/oct
    Maximum Frequency Shifts:
    LFO Sine Wave: +1/2 oct.
    LFO Square Wave: +1.5 oct.
    ADSR: +9 oct.
    S/H: +2 oct.
    (*VCO-1 is low-note priority, VCO-2 is high-note priority)
    VCF Voltage Controlled Filter
    Types: Low pass (I: 12 dB/oct., II III: 24 dB/oct.)
    Frequency Range: 16 Hz to 16 kHz
    Maximum Usable Q: 30
    Resonance: 1/2 - self oscillate
    Voltage Controlled Response:
    C3 key (left edge) 0 V
    C6 key (right edge) 3 V
    VCA Voltage Controlled Amplifier
    Dynamic Range: 80 dB
    Ring Modulator Type: Digital
    Input Signal: VCO-1, VCO-2 (square wave)
    Sample & Hold Command Sources: Keyboard or LFO trigger
    Sampled Signals:
    VCO-1 sawtooth wave and square wave
    VCO-2 square wave and pink noise
    Envelope Generators ADSR Envelope Generator
    Attack Time: 5 msec. to 5 sec.
    Decay Time: 10 msec. to 8 sec.
    Sustain Level: 0 to 100% or Peak
    Release Time: 15 ms to 10 seconds
    AR Envelope Generator
    Attack Time: 5 ms to 5 seconds
    Release Time: 10 ms to 8 seconds
    Control Input Control Input Jacks
    Pedal: 1/4" / 6.3 mm monaural phone jack
    Portamento Foot Switch: 1/4" / 6.3 mm monaural phone jack
    Audio Output Low
    Connector: 1/4" / 6.3 mm monaural phone jack
    Maximum Output Level: -20 dBu @ 10 kOhms load
    Output Impedance: 10 kOhms
    High
    Connector: XLR connector
    Maximum Output Level: +4 dBu @ 1 kOhm load
    Output Impedance: 330 Ohms
    Headphones
    Connector: 1/4" / 6.3 mm stereo phone jack
    Maximum Output Level: 50 + 50 mW @ 33 Ohms load
    Output Impedance: 10 Ohms
    (Controllable by volume knob)
    External Analog Audio Input Connector: 1/4" / 6.3 mm monaural phone jack
    Maximum Input Level: -10 dBu
    Input Impedance: 22 kOhms
    MIDI In
    USB Type B
    CV In/Out Controls Keyboard CV (In/Out): 1 V/octave
    Connector: 1/8" / 3.5 mm monaural phone jack
    Gate Gate In: +3 V (minimum)
    Gate Out: +10 V, key down; 0 V all keys up
    Connector: 1/8" / 3.5 mm monaural phone jack
    TRIG Connector Trig In: +3 V pulse min., 10 μsec duration minimum
    Trig Out: +10 V pulse on key depression, 10 μsec duration
    Connector: 1/8" / 3.5 mm monaural phone jack
    Power Power Supply: AC adapter jack (9 VDC)
    Power Consumption: 6.5 W
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 19.5 x 10.4 x 3.5" / 496.1 x 264.9 x 88.9 mm
    Weight 8.2 lb / 3.7 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 11.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.0 x 14.0 x 6.6"
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