ARP ODYSSEY Module
Sonido legendario que conecta el pasado con el presente.
Renace como un sintetizador analógico en módulo.
(tentative) ARP ODYSSEY Module - Introduction Movie
Un ARP ODYSSEY en módulo de sobremesa que emana toda la potencia de síntesis
La gama incluye los diseños históricos Rev1 y Rev3
Explora el mundo del ARP ODYSSEY
About the Alan R. Pearlman Foundation
Alan R. Pearlman was nicknamed “ARP” as a kid growing up in New York City, so it seemed the perfect name for a company he co-founded when he was later designing electronic musical instruments. After leaving NASA, Pearlman Established ARP as an outlet for the creation of instruments known for their sound quality. Pearlman created the ARP 2500 in 1970 and then the classic ARP Odyssey and ARP 2600. One of Pearlman’s key skills was that he was able to build oscillators that stayed in tune and even developed a cordless patching technique using a matrix of switches. Arp Instruments built a legacy as a great leader in the growth and development of the electronic musical market.
Founded in 2019, the Alan R. Pearlman Foundation was created by Dina Pearlman, Alan Pearlman’s daughter, to honor the legacy of her father. The mission of the ARP Foundation is to celebrate Pearlman by making his inventions publicly accessible, and inspiring future generations to imagine and create.