Behringer’s Arp Odyssey synth clone available to pre-order

    The first batch is already on its way to retailers.

    Back at Winter NAMM 2019, Behringer debuted its clone of the beloved Arp Odyssey synth. The brand has now announced that the first batch has been produced and is on its way to retailers.

    The announcement was made in a Facebook post, which also provided an explanation for the delay in shipping:


    Behringer’s new synth clone replicates popular features of the original Odyssey, including a dual oscillator design, low- and high-pass filters, two envelopes as well as a noise generator. However, the brand has added modern tweaks such as onboard sequencers and arpeggiators, a range of Klark Teknik effects, CV/MIDI control, USB compatibility and headphone outputs.

    Thomann has the Behringer Odyssey currently listed at €719. More info



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