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TheWaveWarden Odin 2 v2.3.1 x64 VST3 AU WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] screenshot
FREE | 08 September 2021 | 213 MB
Odin 2: A Synth to Please the Gods
The sound of this 24-voice polyphonic beast will take you from your studio right to Valhalla. Earth shattering basses, exquisite leads or mad FX, Odin's got them all! Use the classic sound of analog waveforms - or draw your own. High quality emulations of legendary analog filters like the Moog-ladder or the Korg-35 further shape your signal. Round your sound off with five onboard FX, or get crazy with modulation. There's much to discover in Odin 2.

Changelog:

Version 2.3.1
- LFO Waves now selectable from a dropdown
- reversed order of LFO waves to make them align with dropdown
- Debian package: fixed data file being owned by root (introduced in 2.3.0)

Version 2.3.0
- new FX Module: Reverb (sourced from zita-rev1)
- added microtuning functionality: Scala and KeyboardMapping files (Credits to Team Surge with their FOSS tuning library)
- Added MIDI Breath (CC 2) as modulation source
- ModMatrix amounts now range up to [-300, 300]
- FM- PM Osc ratio ranges increased to [1,16]
- Init Patch now has the LP-Filter fully open
- default GUI size is now 150%
- Retrig playmode now restarts the ADSR Attack from the current value, rather than zero
- added indicator triangles to dropdowns to make them more visible
- factory presets are now contained in the binary
- all paths opened with patchbrowsers are now remembered after reopening plugin and shared among different plugin instances
- fixed Filters not being modulatable beyond +150 in modmatrix
- renamed debian package from odin to odin2-synth to avoid conflicts with repositories
- linux: removed unnessecary dependency to libcurl4
- linux: enabled link-time optimization
- created Azure-CI pipelines for Ubuntu-18.04, MacOs 10.14 and Windows2019 to create installers automatically
- updated Manual to 2.3.0
- updated to JUCE 6.0.8
- major code cleanup




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You should see Venus Theory's video ln this
  Member 30.11.2020 25 864
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moving graphical representation of everything morphed or modulated, wavetable view and more specific choice of what to modulate (such as the pitch, semi, fine etc) will be much appreciated.

It has Korg MS20 Rev 1 filter that I kinda like and use less CPU than Diva for that choice. The FX is pretty basic, better use other plugin for it.

One nice fat sounding synth with variety of Osc choices.
people do become slaves to their own easiest techniques
  Member 1.01.2018 2 71
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Where do you place (folder) the extra Presets in Mac?

There are extra presets free but can't find where to place them so they appear when opening the plugin.
  Member 14.06.2017 1 100
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Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Presets/odin2/Soundbanks
  Member 1.01.2018 2 71
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Hey thanks Giaofu

I got that folder where I placed some .osb bank that then imported via the plugin.

However there are other free presets that come as .odin files (like Lukas Lundh presets) - how to import those?

If you create a folder called User Patches inside Soundbanks and put them inside it appears in the plugin preset browser but the you have to import one by one.

What am I missing?
  Member 14.06.2017 1 100
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I do it like this:
Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Presets/odin2/Soundbanks/User/Lukas Lundh

You need to put Lukas Lundh folder under User folder, not the 41 presets.
  Member 1.01.2018 2 71
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All right! Now it works!

I was using the wrong name for the folder inside 'Soundbanks': 'User Presets' instead of simply 'User', which is the right one (as you wrote above) - now the appear.

I am using the 'Sonic Sirius' and 'Lukas Lundh' free presets - are there any other free presets available that are good (specially for basses)?

Thanks

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