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Roger Powell Odyssey Tutorial
Roger Powell Odyssey Tutorial

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The Arp Odyssey was the first synthesiser I ever truly fell in love with, and is one of the most expressive mono synths ever made.

Because it used sliders instead of knobs for most of the controls, it was possible to adjust as many as 3 or 4 parameters simultaneously while playing - like an experienced engineer 'riding' the faders of a mixing desk.

Attached are low resolution (sorry!- I don't remember how I acquired them) copies of the cassette tape and booklet tutorial made by Roger Powell in 1973.

Not only is it an excellent introduction to patching the Ody - or any other analogue/subtractive synth! - but also a masterclass in playing them.

So fire up your favourite Odyssey emulation (such as the ODSAYODD-SE or Oddy-Free [shown above]), give the 'tape' a listen, and try to recreate the patches shown in the booklet.

Even the most experienced of members might learn something new!

.mp3   roger powell odyssey tutorial.mp3 (Size: 9.53 MB / Downloads: 8)
.pdf   roger powell odyssey tutorial.pdf (Size: 2.2 MB / Downloads: 165)

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