MATRIXSYNTH: Behringer Odyssey as a performance synth - 5 patches in one track

Saturday, November 09, 2019

Behringer Odyssey as a performance synth - 5 patches in one track

Published on Nov 9, 2019 Arrayzable

"In this video I will use 5 different patches while playing live.

1. Plucked sound with echo effect.
2. Lead sound.
3. Soft and round flute like sound.
4. Hard but thin sound, kinda like a harpsichord.
5. Ultra powerful lead sound.

The 'backing track' is sequenced via the Korg Electribe EMX-1, and I'm both playing the EMX-1 and changing patterns on it, so it sometimes steals my concentration from the Odyssey - sorry about that :)
The string sound in the beginning comes from the Korg X5Dr and is a Jay B patch.
The guitar like sounds up next are from the Novation KS4.
The heavy long noted bass sounds comes from the DSI Mopho.
The short noted bass line comes from the Volca Bass.
The Vocoder sound comes from the Korg ih (Interactive Vocal Harmony) and is controlled live from the Korg R3.
The rest is all Behringer Odyssey. The Bodyssey uses it's inbuilt reverb effect.

This is an original track called "All Over Again". Lyrics and music made by Arrayzable.

As always live play with synths and sequencers.

Used in this track:

Behringer Odyssey
Novation KS4 (K-Station)
Korg Electribe EMX-1
Korg ih Interactive Harmony
DSI Mopho
Volca Bass
Korg X5DR
Korg R3

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