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another very interesting synth with a linux version:

https://www.thewavewarden.com/odin2

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Yep. Not so simple as might seems at first.
Author asks for feedback: https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopi ... 1&t=542997

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Wow this is really impressive. Interesting oscillators, beautiful sounding filters, and lots of modulation possibilities. I'm more of a modular person these days but I'm going to be playing with this a lot more in the future.

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Definitely interesting, especially for a free synth!

The download section says VST3, but I *think* the Linux version is actually VST2? Or at least Reaper is not reporting it as VST3...

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elcalen wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 12:22 pm
Definitely interesting, especially for a free synth!

The download section says VST3, but I *think* the Linux version is actually VST2? Or at least Reaper is not reporting it as VST3...
Sure, it's JUCE-based and hasn't VST3 in Linux yet.

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This looks very promising! It's too bad I'm terrible at making synth patches. :) Currently it doesn't have any included.

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2.0.17.beta is available, AVX processors no longer required.

https://www.thewavewarden.com/odin2

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So I've been following updates to this, and the dev's been doing a lot of fixes and adding new features, like unison and most recently an arpeggiator/step sequencer section. Which is all pretty neat, and certainly makes this even more appealing.

The unison, however, seems to eat up a lot of CPU, when I compare it with other similar synths, like Surge. Like, multiple times Surge's CPU usage when testing with a simple single oscillator saw sound and maxed unison. Which may or may not be a big deal, depending on your computer and how many instances you're running...

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Here a series of patches was published

https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopi ... &start=225

there is also a lv2 version on the download site

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I played last time with it and thought it's nice. Now I checked some presets and wow! This thing sounds amazing!

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Shupacabras wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 4:53 pm
there is also a lv2 version on the download site
I can't see lv2 link.

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Kott wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 8:34 am
Shupacabras wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 4:53 pm
there is also a lv2 version on the download site
I can't see lv2 link.
sorry i was wrong

my hands write faster than my brain thinks.

Odin2 is not the one with lv2 version

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I'm entering the KVR One Synth Challenge which features Odin2 this month.
The Linux vst is a regular vst2 although the download seems to say that it's a vst3, a bit confusing.

Lovely synth to program.

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Hi,

Stupid synth-illiterate question....

Where do y'all keep your odin presets, I downloaded the presets file but I'm not sure where I should put them... in the home folder or '.vst' folder??
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