GForce Oberheim OB-X Emulates Classic ’80s Synthesizer

GForce Software has introduced Oberheim OB-X, an official virtual instrument based on the classic hardware synthesizer.

The original synth was used by Japan, Ultravox, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Depeche Mode, Queen, Youth, Chris Franke, Styx and many others.

GForce says that Oberheim OB-X provides an authentic experience, but it has been enhanced with up to 16 voice polyphony, a vintage control for adding subtle analogue imperfections, four programmable Macros, new intro, retrigger, phase and smoothing features for the LFO, new level destination for the LFO, separate PWM1 and 2, discrete levels, discreet tracking, an arpeggiator, a chord mode with scaler, Chorus, Stereo Delay and Reverb effects, and more.

In addition, the GForce OB-X has been augmented with X-Modifiers, dedicated LFOs and ADSRs for almost all parameters, taking the OB-X to the new level of sound design possibilities.

Oberheim OB-X also features 400+ presets from Light Bath, GEOsynth, Christian Lafitte, Richard Veenstra and Ramon Kerstens (K/V), Tontario, Stuart Thomas, Zardonic, Drew Schlesinger, Drew Neumann, Noyzlab, Dave Spiers, Tom Wolfe, Graeme Rawson and others.

GForce Oberheim OB-X is available now, with an intro price of £59.99 (normally £99.99).

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