A freeware synth that wants to please the gods … that’s what The Wave Warden calls its Odin 2 and could even be right. Odin 2 is a semi-modular kit with three oscillators that can choose from a pool of diverse syntheses. The polyphonic and optically heavily based on Thor synth – the well-known and very powerful software synth from Reason. But there is much more in it…
The developer describes this plugin as a “kickass” synthesizer with a deep synth engine and endless modulation possibilities. The three filters emulate legendary analog filters like the Moog-ladder or the Korg-35 offering effects like delay, phaser, chorus, flanger, and an extensive modulation matrix.
Odin 2 offers 11 types of oscillators. The list ranges from virtual-analog to wavetables and a vector oscillator to FM, phase modulation, and a chiptune oscillator. You can do pretty tricky circuits because you can turn each oscillator on and off individually.
Odin 2 is currently available in the beta phase as a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Maybe after the beta, you will have to pay for this synth. Anyway, it deserves your attention, even in the beta version, this synthesizer is quite mature and stable.
Odin 2 synthesizer is available in VST3 / 64 bit for Windows, macOS, and Linux and AU for Mac, although the AU version is still experimental. Try it and let us know what do you think about this new free synth in the comments section below.
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