CreamWare: New Prodyssey Plugin

Is it an Odyssey For Scope Fusion Platforms?      10/11/03
CreamWare: New Prodyssey Plugin
Virtual Odyssey for your SCOPE platform

Good to hear that CreamWare have worked things out and re on track after their going into administration back in June of this year. Smiles all round then, and a new synth plug-in too. The new Prodyssey is a model of the ARP Odyssey III. Using CreamWare's Circuit Modelling technique - we assume this is another term for component modelling - where each of the discrete electronic components is modelled in software - yep, every transistor etc, which are then virtually assembled to make the virtual synth. The attention to detail was also applied to the user interface. The control elements were specially adapted in order to reproduce the characteristics of the original ones. "Although the main goal in developing the Prodyssey was to remain as true as possible to the original, a few extensions were nevertheless included. As a result the Prodyssey can be played polyphonically and it is equipped with an integrated effects section." Over 500 presets are included: powerful analog basses, stunning lead sounds, bizarre effects and more. The plug-in is available for the various systems of the SCOPE Fusion Platform as well as for the new hardware synthesizer Noah. The Prodyssey is now available in the CreamWare Online Shop and from CreamWare dealers worldwide as a plug-in for the SCOPE Fusion Platform systems and for Noah. Both versions cost 198 Euro each (introductory offer until November 30, 2003: only 149 Euro). Detailed information, sound examples and a free demo version is available at
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