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TheWaveWarden Odin 2 v2.3.3a x64 VST3 AU CLAP WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] screenshot
FREE | 17 June 2022 | 626 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 2.3.3a
- fixed problems when running on MacOS 10.14 or earlier

Version 2.3.3
- added CLAP plugin type
- added native M1 Mac support
- much improved UI appearance when using OS display scaling
- made WinInstaller suitable for systems not mounted on C:
- fixed symbol name clashes for "Knob" and "Filter"
- switched build system to CMake




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  Contributor 2.11.2014 2416 11343
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  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3431
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This synth was a big surprise for me when I first tried it, and I tried it because there are much less synths for Linux than for Windows, so I tried every synth for Linux I could put my dirty hands on. This one is really, really good! Give it a spin. You won't regret it.

The sheer number of different oscillators and filters is staggering. It's probably a bit underrated by fact that factory presets don't do it justice. It is much more capable than that. However, all the factory presets are very usable as starting points for your own presets. Not a problem for me since I like to program my own sounds.

Does your upload contain additional presets? I ask because of the size of it. I dl-ed it from their website.
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  Member 21.11.2013 2 181
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I really love Thor from reason, this one is clearly trying to emulate it's synthesis structure, but: Is it as well-sounding? have you played around with Thor to make a comparison?
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3431
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No, I don't use Reason. I tried it once about a decade ago and I didn't like the closed system and having to use rewire to get the audio into Reaper. I did like Reason's synths so I probably used Thor, but I can't remember precisely. Reason has great synths and samplers in it, indeed. I always wanted to have VST versions of them.
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  Resident 7.11.2014 11 547
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Yes this synth look like thor but they don't sound the same, I've tried to match settings without success, osc's and filters does not sound similar especially the drive on filter is completely different, they look similar but don't sound similar, but to me those synths are very basic and can do almost all basic synths dutys
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  Member 21.11.2013 2 181
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Thanks for the answer, I like Thor and I have heard very nice analoguish sounds from it, I tried to make some sounds with Odin, but there is something that doesn't catch me.
  Moderator 21.01.2012 1774 14013
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I also like it a lot, but unfortunately, it's to "heavy" for my humble computer.
(Acer Aspire A515-56 / Processor: 11th Gen i7-1165G7 @ 2.80GHz / RAM: 16.0 GB Win10).
Maybe this version is not so heavy. I'll try again.

.................

Edit: Tried it, and it's a bit lighter now. Still very good sound. Fantastic filters. Their combination allow very rich and deep sounds.
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3431
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Your CPU should be capable enough to run quite a few instances of it if my i7-6700K at fixed 4GHz can run more than 20 instances with "unison 2" pads. A unison 2 pad [3 note chords] consumes up to 5% [depending on oscillators and filters used, some consume 3-4%] of my CPU in Linux Reaper 6.59 and 256 samples latency in JACK. Mono/legato sounds consume less than 1% up to about 2%. So it isn't that heavy. Try it and post the results, I'd like to know, Oly! Cheers!
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  Moderator 21.01.2012 1774 14013
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with my computer, if a synth goes to 5% it produces artifacts, typical noise when the machine cant go on.
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3431
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Mine too when CPU powersaving [throttling] is turned on. You should turn off powersaving. You probably know how to do it in Windows. Just go to "power" in control panel and change the CPU min and max to be 100%. In Linux I just write "sudo powersave" or "sudo performance" in command line.

I've just realised that three-note pads in Diva consume 1 to 2.5% of my CPU and mono/legato sounds just 0.35-0.75%, so Odin is pretty heavy on the CPU indeed. However, I'm very happy that I can run so many Divas. I don't check the CPU usually, I just make music.
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  Member 28.01.2022 4
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Hehe your humble 11th gen i7 certainly can chew through anything out there in the VST world. I run a 10th Gen i7 laptop w/ 16GB RAM and melt through synths doing disgusting work for me :P Push your Acer she'll follow you where you go.
  Member 24.10.2021 1 33
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Oh, cool. AZ refers to the CLAP plugin as CAP. Maybe it'll catch on.
  Resident 7.11.2014 11 547
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look like an clone of propellerhead thor polysynth
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  Member 22.12.2021 24
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i wasn't gonna grab this, but you've all convinced me. the price is right after all, and i always liked thor. also, to Olymoon (and i realize this is SO much easier said than done, you just have to be an idiot like me and spend your money stupid.) when the day comes you get to upgrade your computer you will be in heaven. i went from a first gen i7 to an amd 5800x at the beginning of the pandemic.... >:^)

i went from freezing every track to now where i'm like... ohhhhh what my computer is struggling with 15 tracks, 6 returns and 4 soothe2's at max setting, a gulfoss master, oversampled compressor, and newfangled elevate on the master? COME ON COMPUTER WAKE UP WE GOT CRAPPY MUSIC TO MAKE!

ive also lost 65 pounds since covid, and that wasn't healthy weight loss. that was... well i'm hungry BUT at least i have this fast computer! lol
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3431
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Lovely jubbly buying 5800X before the pandemic.

It's pretty crappy time for buying a new computer now. Especially if you like to play games [VGAs are very expensive and hard to find]. Well, all parts are a bit more expensive and harder to find.
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  Moderator 21.01.2012 1774 14013
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@macros My main computer died at the end of 2021 after 12 years of good service.
At that time, for technical strategic reasons (detailed in spoiler), it would have been a loss of money to invest in a 1500€ / 1800€ computer. So I bought a half good laptop to work. until the end of 2022 - beginning of 2023, when I'll buy a really powerful desktop computer that hopefully will last at least 5 or 6 years.

  Member 19.11.2018 82
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More of the same, just another vst synth, nothing new here, some sounds just like any other mid-range synth, I'll pass.
  Member 17.10.2013 83
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Thanks for the reminder (this place has become my main freeware news source, and I am very much into freeware). About this synth: agree, it sounds good but... besides being a bit heavy on my system - I get some clicks and cracks here and there - the GUI is blurred as hell. Hard to enjoy making sounds with this GUI.
  Member 29.10.2018 10
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Mediocre at it's best. Vital is out of competition.

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