Korg have unveiled the new full-size ARP Odyssey synthesiser which is a remake of the iconic synthesiser, confirming previous rumours and leaks that the company has been developing one.
The new Korg ARP Odyssey synthesiser was unveiled at NAMM this week and is available in the originals three color schemes, all of which are equipped with a standard keyboard. Check out the video below to learn more about the return of a legend.
Limited quantities of the ARP Odyssey synthesiser are being produced, although Korg has not revealed any details on the quantities.
The revival of the ARP Odyssey originated from a desire to reconstruct a legendary synthesizer of the 1970s, faithfully reproducing its original analog form while combining respect for history with an update for today’s music production environment; it first took shape as the ARP ODYSSEY, completely analog but in a more compact 86%-sized unit. KORG’s next move is an even more faithful recreation of the original ARP Odyssey: it’s the full-sized ARP ODYSSEY FS.
With a standard keyboard and a body that emanates a sense of solidity, it delivers great playability and a persuasive stage presence. Just like its original version, the instrument is assembled in the United States, faithfully carrying on the quality, sound, and spirit of the original. Choose from three designs: Rev1, Rev2, or Rev3. Only a small number of each is being produced. Don’t miss your chance to obtain a full-sized ARP ODYSSEY – an instrument with decades of soul.
For more information on the new Korg ARP Odyssey synthesiser jump over to the official website for details by following the link below.
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