Psy_Free wrote:Creamware Prodyssey. Released just before Creamware went belly-up. It's polyphonic, but stuck notes were common problem in Poly mode. Filter is selectable between Moog style & Arp Oddy style.
Hard to find though & people usually want £600+ for them.
masstronaut wrote:Macbeth M5 is rather heavily inspired by the 2600.
Stab Frenzy wrote:masstronaut wrote:Macbeth M5 is rather heavily inspired by the 2600.
Not when it comes to sound.
Don T wrote:griffin avid wrote:I'm wondering if anyone has ever tackled an ARP 2600 or ARP Odyssey?
So far I'm seeing enthusiasts making their own set up using modular parts.
Wondering if anyone out there has made a single synth offering.
I'm hopefully going to try to make something available in the future, if I ever finish making one for myself, because then I'll have all the board art done, and will have figured out part subs where necessary. I've already built a few filter clones:
Obviously, the one on the left is an original. Currently working on a small, modular-type motherboard to plug these modules into, as well as (a long-term) project to build an Odyssey for myself at the very least.
Speaking of the Creamware Prodyssey, a few years ago I built one into a case (even if it does look like some Soviet pre cold war piece of equipment) with a keyboard for Dave Formula (Magazine/Visage), luckily it's still going strong after several tours.
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