While not copying originals, some of the features were taken to a better point. Continuous blendable multimode filter (HP-Notch(BP)-HP in 12 dB mode and 4-1 pole in 24 dB mode). VAM button is last played note allocation mode. 32 and 64 bit versions included.





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  1. wetdentist says:

    this synth sounds great! but i can’t open any presets when i have the synth opened inside Kore. there is no way to access the presets

  2. andyfunnell says:

    I’ve got this working perfectly under Logic Pro 9 on my MacBook and it’s wonderful – the only thing I can’t work out is how to make sure OBXD remembers any controller mappings I set up for it using the LEARN button. I got it working fine but after closing Logic, it forgot all the mappings to my nanoKontrol – I saw something about an fxb file, but is that Windows only? Any pointers gratefully appreciated :-)

    • ZonderP says:

      Can you load and save banks for the Obxd with Logic Pro?
      If so, then this is what you should do: Save a bank when you’re ready with you controller assignments. A fxb file is a bank file.
      Some little information about this topic can also be found in the manual for Obxd.
      Never used neither a Mac nor Logic Pro nor AUs, so hopefully what I said makes a little sense also under this environment.

  3. Garry Hughes says:

    Oh my! This sounds so authentic! The first synthesiser I ever owned was an Oberheim OB1. Maybe not the best known of the range but a lovely little mono synth. I still have and it still a sounds great.

    During the 1980s I spent much of my time programming and playing an OBX and an OBXa, the latter being particularly valuable for live gigs because you could split the keyboard and have two different sounds going at the same time which gave it an edge over the Prophet five. I’ve also owned and played the OB8 and the Matrix 12, which, although much subtler and complex never quite had the raunch of the previous models.

    I’ve just found this lovely emulation of all the best features of some of my favourite synthesisers ever. It sounds quite astonishingly brilliant. Unlike many folks I didn’t get rid of my analogue synths when they went out of favour in the 1980s so I still have a really nice collection of classic instruments including a couple of Oberheim SEMs. it’s nice that you have incorporated the bandpass and high pass filter modes which never made it to the polyphonic range.

    I haven’t looked at the presets yet although I’m sure they will be great, I’m just enjoying setting up sounds from scratch and enjoying the real, genuine analog fatness of this plug-in. I still have my Prophet five and Jupiter eight and also a somewhat cranky CS 80 but this will fill a different sonic area. Is there somewhere I can make a donation for this beautiful piece of software?

    Thanks again: Garry

  4. Garry Hughes says:

    Some hours of enjoyment later…….If you were considering a tweak could we have separate initial pulse width controls for both the oscillators? That would be peachy!

    It is so cool this and the interface is so uncluttered. I also like the fact that there are no built in fx…plenty of those already available.


  5. Realitätbrennt says:

    Thank you!!!

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