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Korg's bringing back a classic synthesizer with a personalized twist: the ARP Odyssey FS Kit puts an authentic reissue of the original in your hands, and it's made even sweeter by the experience of building it yourself. Identical in sound and function to the 2015 reissue, the ARP Odyssey FS Kit, once assembled, is a duophonic analog synthesizer with 37 full-sized keys, and delivers sounds straight from the 1970s just as the original did back in the day. But through the ease and reliability of modern manufacturing, putting the kit together requires no knowledge of soldering or electronics, and should produce an instrument that will serve as a dependable member of your studio for years to come.
Dressed out in the black and orange panel of the classic Rev 3, the Arp Odyssey FS features a clear signal flow layout on its front panel. Conceived as a streamlined, pre-patched version of the ARP 2600, the Odyssey offers two oscillators, an LFO, sample & hold, lowpass and highpass filters, a VCA, and two envelope generators: one ADSR, and one AR. One noteworthy change from its vintage counterparts is the inclusion of a filter type switch, offering three distinct filter circuits from each revision of the Odyssey. And of course, to make integration with your studio a breeze, the addition of MIDI and USB ports allows for easy connection with computers and outside controllers.
It's hard to beat a classic, but if you want a one-of-a-kind instrument with a personal connection, the ARP Odyssey FS Kit from Korg makes a legendary synth available again.