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تولدی دوباره به عنوان سینتسایزر ماژول آنالوگ

از پیدایش ‏ARP Odyssey‏ در ‏‎1972‎‏ این محصول به عنوان سینتسایزر آنالوگ کلاسیک مورد توجه بسیاری از موزیسین ها ‏بوده است. 40 سال بعد در 2015 به توصیه ی دستیار ‏David Friend‏ ، بنیانگذار کمپانی ‏ARP‏ ، ‏ARP ODYSSEY‏ با بازتولید ‏مدارات نمونه ی اصلی دوباره روانه ی بازار شد.صدای ‏ARP‏ که یک سینتسایزر آنالوگ ویژه بود به دست موزیسین های امروزه نیز ‏دوباره رسید. حالا کرگ دسترسی به ‏ARP ODYSSEY‏ را با ساخت یک مدل جدید میان جهانیان ساده کرده است.‏‎
Module‏ ‎ ARP ODYSSEY یک ‏ARP ODYSSEY‏ بدون کیبورد است که جریان مدارات در آن بسیار به نسخه ی اصلی ‏نزدیک است. برای تناسب با محیط امروزی تولید موسیقی الکتریک ، این محصول در اندازه ای بسیار کوچک تولید شده است. خط ‏تولید مشتمل بر دو محصول است ، ‏Rev1‎‏ سفید و ‏Rev3‎‏ سیاه و نارنجی که همان سبک قدیمی را در قالبی شبیه به ابزاری که روی میز ‏قرار می گیرد ارائه می دهد. صدای واقعی ‏ARP‏ که از خلال تاریخ گذر کرده یک بار دیگر در دسترس جهانیان قرار گرفته است.‏

ARP ODYSSEY - Introduction Movie

Complete reconstruction of three generations of circuitry, with the founder as advisor

The distinctive synthesis of the ARP Odyssey has been reproduced from the circuit level up

The original ARP Odyssey was a 2VCO duo-phonic instrument. Its most distinctive feature was its sharp, penetrating sound and its rich range of tonal variation. With a variety of functions and modulation possibilities provided by oscillator sync, sample & hold, pulse width modulation, high-pass filter, two types of envelope generator, and pitch bend using the PPC, it was able to create a versatile range of sounds.

The ARP Odyssey reproduces the sounds of these components at the circuit level. Under the supervision of David Friend, parts were carefully selected and every detail was adjusted to replicate the original unit's distinctive synthesis.

Profile of David Friend:

Co-founder of ARP Instruments, Inc. together with the founder Alan Robert Pearlman. In addition to designing the ARP Odyssey, he was involved with the development of numerous products, and subsequently entered management, eventually becoming president of the company. His achievements as an entrepreneur have also been acclaimed, and in 2010 he received the "Entrepreneur of the Year" (Emerging Technology category) award from Ernst & Young. Currently he serves as the President and CEO of Blue Archive, Inc., as well as being a lecturer at MIT's Sloan School of Management. He is also an emeritus of the New England Conservatory and Berklee College of Music.

Filters of all three generations are provided

Broadly speaking, there were three versions of the original ARP Odyssey, divided by the date of production, with the major difference being the filter circuit. The ARP Odyssey provides all three of these different filter circuits, and allows you to select one of them with a single switch.

TYPE I (Rev1) is a 12 dB/Oct circuit that produces a sharp, punchy sound. TYPE II (Rev2) is a 24 dB/Oct filter with great-sounding lows. TYPE III (Rev3) maintains excellent stability even when resonance is raised. These distinctive filters have been reproduced just as they originally were.

Portamento behaviors of both Rev1 and Rev2/3 are provided

On the original ARP Odyssey, the behavior of portamento when using the transpose function differed between Rev1 and Rev2/3. The ARP Odyssey reproduces both of these behaviors and lets you select the desired one with a switch.

An evolved ARP Odyssey that preserves the basic design of the original

Compact body, highly operable sliders, and a slim keyboard that's easy to play

The ARP Odyssey has been downsized to 86% of the original ARP Odyssey. Carefully selected parts are used in the familiar slider section, providing an operating feel that's even smoother than the original. The keyboard uses a 37-note slim keyboard that features lighter weight and excellent playability. While making the instrument more compact and easier to use, we have also paid attention to ensuring that the mini-keyboard is uncompromisingly "playable." Although the keyboard has 37 keys, the transpose function lets it cover a broad range of seven octaves.

The new DRIVE switch

In order to deliver a more powerful analog sound, a DRIVE switch is provided as a new function. Turning this switch on makes the VCA distort, generating a rough and raw sound.

Added connectors such as MIDI and headphone output

The connectors provided on the original ARP Odyssey differed by production date, but based on Rev3 of the original, the ARP Odyssey brings the specifications up to a modern standard. In addition to a MIDI IN connector and USB-MIDI port, we've added a headphone jack with adjustable volume (*). The XLR output jacks which had been unbalanced have been changed to noise-resistant balanced outputs.

Patch cables included

Quarter-inch and mini-size patch cables are included. If you connect a patch cable from the newly added headphone jack to the external audio input jack, you can produce a powerful sound by applying self-feedback. If you connect the GATE OUT jack to the TRIG IN jack, the EG won't be retriggered, allowing you to play legato.


Dedicated semi-hard case included

A dedicated semi-hard case that's ideal for storage and transportation is included. It sports the classical ARP logo, and has a sophisticated finish in a black tone. The corrugated shell structure ensures excellent impact resistance, and internal cushioning and pocket for small items is also provided.

Rev1 and Rev2 designs also revived as limited-edition models

Of the various designs that differed by production date, the ARP Odyssey uses the Rev3 design with a black panel silk-screened in orange. The white-paneled Rev1 and the black panel with gold-printed Rev2 designs have also been revived as limited-edition models. If you're an original user, you can choose the design that brings back those fond memories; if you're a new user, choose the model that you like best.

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