Behringer has announced that the Odyssey analog Synthesizer just entered the pre-production and that the full production will start soon!
Back at Superbooth 2018, Behringer surprised the communities with the new Odyssey, an analog clone of the ARP Odyssey but with new features (FX processor, sequencer, LED’s…) Today, the company has announced that the Odyssey is now in pre-production and they will start soon to produce it. Here is the first review of the Behringer Odyssey, in german!
What Uli Behringer Says
We’re excited to announce that the Odyssey is now in pre-production. It’s all looking good and we’re confident to soon switch to full production. That’s one great sounding synth! Uli
At SuperBooth 2018, Behringer unveiled the ODYSSEY Synthesizer, an analog clone of the duophonic ARP Odyssey. Compared to the ARP Odyssey FS from KORG, Behringer’s version comes with LED illuminated knobs, a complete MIDI In/Out interface as well as many built-in digital effects.
Now 4 months have passed and the first beta units have landed. I have the chance to test it and here is my first sound demo of the Odyssey that gives you an idea how it sounds. Availability or price are to be announced.
Estimated price: $399 USD (info from the official Behringer FB page)
Availability & Official Price: TBA
More information here: BEHRINGER