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Odin 2
Odin 2 by TheWaveWarden is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and a LV2 Plugin.
Product
Version
2.3.1
System Requirements
Win Vista or higher
Product
Version
2.3.1
System Requirements
MacOS 10.11 or higher
Product
Version
2.3.1
System Requirements
Recent mainstream distro.
Instrument
Formats
Copy Protection
None
Open Source
GPL 3
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Odin 2 Open-Source Synthesizer

24-voice polyphonic synthesizer. It covers about every type of synthesis out there:

  • Three Osc Slots: Choose from eleven different modules
  • Draw Oscillator Waves / Spectra
  • Three Filter Slots: High quality analog filter emulations (Ladder, KRG-35, SEM and more).
  • FX Included: Delay, Phaser, Flanger, Chorus Distortion and Reverb.
  • Flexible Routing
  • Four ADSRs
  • Four LFOs
  • XY-Pad
  • Big Modulation Matrix
  • Arpeggiator
  • Preset Library
  • Microtuning (.kbm and .scl files)

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.75 from 4 reviews

Odin 2
Reviewed By Trader One
January 9th, 2022

Odin is very good sounding and open source synth. Its not well known as Surge but it sounds way more warm. It can produce classic analog sounds and has lot of filters which works very well, this is its strongest point.

It has built in amp distortion, delay, phaser, chorus, flanger reverb. It supports 11 Oscillator types and 13 filters, 4 LFO and 4 Envelopes. It needs more envelopes because lot of things can be modulated, more LFO would not hurt but I do not use LFOs so much. It can be called "free Diva".

Weakest part is ARP. Most synth authors are simply unwilling to make proper ARP. This ARP has 16 steps only and you can't set gate and velocity to each step. Just very few synths (Viper, Omnisphere) implements proper ARP with at least 32 steps.

Wake up guys Korg Triton in 90's had 48 steps polyphonic ARP which can do not just basic notes but also note number in chord played and velocity/gate to each step. In dance music we use 1/16 steps - 16 step ARP can play just one bar - not enough for making riff.

Would I use it as my workhorse synth every day? No. Without more envelopes and proper ARP is worthless for me but if you are just starting and do not have these $200 synths yet then its must have.

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Odin 2
Reviewed By EnvidiostheFox
October 19th, 2021

Un plugin con formante X e Y excelente, lo malo es que el Phaser no es muy presente pero aun así se pueden formar Growls fantásticos.

5 Estrellas para Odin 2 :3.

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Odin 2
Reviewed By Adorion
October 27th, 2020

WHAT A BEAST!

Great sounding and versatile synth. Indeed one of the best freeware synths out there! One of those synths that you want to tweak and see and hear, what is possible and not one of those rather uninspiring synths or incarnations of what's already been done a dozen times. It fits perfectly into many genres and it will be one of my new go-to machines. Great! Thanks for programming such a nice piece of audio software!.

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Odin 2
Reviewed By YoddYarmonics
October 26th, 2020

Oscillators that scream of Ragnarok, god tier filters, thunder envelopes and modulation possibilities as wide as the sky. This is an epic synth right here.

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Comments & Discussion for TheWaveWarden Odin 2

Discussion
Discussion: Active
yobare
yobare
22 October 2020 at 5:59pm

Awesome synth bro.

Erisian
Erisian
23 October 2020 at 8:55am

It's been an absolute joy beta testing this monster and it has become my favourite free synth. I have been looking forward to it's release and now here it is! Fantastic work wavewarden and thank you for keeping it free.

EgonTwo
EgonTwo
2 November 2021 at 1:42am

I really like the flexibility of this semi-modular system. The sound possibilities are fantastic.

I have noted however that it does not seem to remember the "midi learn" assignments for the next session.

Otherwise great work. I expect it to become a staple in my setup, even with the "bug". Thanks.

wikter
wikter
6 March 2022 at 12:39am

Midi velocity response is very poor.

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