Overall: 6095 5764
30-Day: 5747; 7-Day: 9052; Yesterday: 13614
Modelled on the classic Arp Odyssey, the Manx Destiny attempts to reproduce various 'idiosyncrasies' which give vintage analog synthesizers the distinctive and highly sought after sound that they offer.
Try the demo with a one second output gap, every minute, being the only restriction.
I can not compare what a real ARP Odyssey, but I have tried several different VST emu of the Odyssey, and I think Destiny sounds really good.
Because the Destiny only has control part and no keyboard layout, this VST plug get a neat and clean overview and not cluttered, that other VST plugs with small controls and keyboards in the layout that just thieves place on screen.
One nice thing with Destiny is through a simple right click of the mouse an the slider you can assign the control knob to your MIDI device. Unfortunately it does not save the specified control functions.
In conclusion, I can say that it is definitely worth $ 59. Last time I looked on e-bay on an Odyssey, the price was $ 2470, excluding shipping!
I want to give the Destiny an 8 out of 10, but I give it a 7 due to the control functions that I assign are not saved and the few sounds that are included.
The more people get this VST plug and more sound will be available and updates will come.
If the save control is fixed 8 out of 10
If more sounds and control save 9 out of 10