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A beautiful modulation leviathan

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A beautiful throb monster, a one of a kind modulation leviathan. Pulsational rapture is only ever a few mouse clicks away.

ODDular is a hybrid sample instrument based around 3 specially coded beat synced super LFOs, a complex but very simple to use modulation matrix and an innovative user interface.

ODDular borrows some of the more useful concepts of modular synthesis to create otherworldly and impossible sounds that are actually musically useful and don’t require a complex nest of cables to produce.

The sample engine is loaded with 1.5GB of multi samples from rare and sought after classic synths - EMS VCS3 Putney, Oberheim Xpander 6, Siel Orchestra and great sounding synth wildcards - Moog Dfam, Moog Voyager, Technics WSA1, Make Noise O-Coast and Nord Wave.

If you every dreamed of owning a polyphonic BPM syncable VCS3 (who wouldn't) or need to quickly create a complex rhythmic underscore for ‘John Carpenter meets the Berlin Minimalists’ ODDular is definitely for you.

FULL version of Kontakt 5.6.8 or above is required
ODDular will load into Kontakt Player but time out after 10 minutes, so please don't buy this unless you are using the full version of Kontakt 5.6.8





  • Low pass cutoff  and resonance
  • High pass cutoff
  • EQ - low, mid and high bands
  • Amp simulator - tone control
  • Tape drive
  • Device - mix
  • Room -  mix
  • Low pass resonance
  • Amp simulator - drive
  • Controls all modulations for filters and EQ
  • Separate midi learn-able X and Y controls
  • Pitch +/- 1 octave
  • Bit reduction
  • Sample rate
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Please note: This product is downloaded from the Audio Thing website. After your purchase you will be sent a unique code. Download the activation guide PDF from your account for further details.



  • Chord and 10 other arp modes
  • Adjustable step lengths from 1 to 64
  • Adjustable step rate from 1/128 to whole note
  • with triplet variations.
  • Swing, decay, octave and mode control
  • On, off and reset controls
  • Clock divider - effects speed of all LFOs
  • LFO overload mode select - 3 modes to choose how modulation behaves when maximum value is reached
  • ODDulation - choose to reset or randomise modulation destinations
  • ODD LFO - reset or randomise LFO speed and shapes
  • Volume attack, decay, sustain and release control
  • Low pass and high pass filters
  • EQ - low, mid and high bands
  • Amp simulator - tone, drive and bottom controls
  • Tape drive
  • Device - a selection of esoteric impulse responses (includes speakers, amps, vinyl and of course the EMS)
  • Room - 17 bespoke convolution reverbs, clouds, rooms, springs, plates and ghosts
  • Delay send 
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Reels is based on a vintage Japanese reel to reel, ironically marked as High Fidelity, found in a distressed state at a local flea market. Most of these consumer tape recorders, also due to their age, produce has a very rough Lo-Fi analog sound.

During recording or playback, the motor noise somehow bleeds in, along with the usual tape hiss, limiting the actual bandwidth available on the tape.

Reels recreates all the imperfection of consumer reel-to-reel vintage recorders, including:

  • Harshness, harmonic distortion with loss of clarity (mid-range)
  • WOW/Flutter, pitch instabilities due to recording and playback issues
  • Ducking, random volume loss due to tape or rec/play head imperfections
  • Crosstalk, the leak between left and right channel in a stereo signal
  • Hiss, high-frequency noise caused by the magnetic particles in the tape
  • Motor, mid-frequency noise caused by the reels motor


  • Vintage Tape Emulation
  • Tape Stop Effect
  • Echo Section
  • 3 Tape types
  • Hiss and Motor noise with Envelope
  • 50 Presets
  • Resizable Window
  • Preset system with randomizer


  • Windows 7, 8, 10 (64 bit)
    Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 4 GB RAM
    VST2, VST3, or AAX, 64-bit host
  • OS X 10.7 – macOS 10.14
    Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM
    VST2, VST3, AU, or AAX, 64-bit host


We’ve modeled three different tape types, from ruined to NOS (new old stock) state.
The tape types are named after the country of origin: JP (Japan), IT (Italy), FR (France).

  • JP Used tape but with an overall better frequency response
  • IT New old stock but with a limited frequency response
  • FR Overused and badly stored, very bad frequency response

Each tape will affect the sound in different ways, especially at higher feedback settings when using the Echo section.

WOW/Flutter, Ducking, and other parameters will also change according to the selected tape, creating different amount of pitch and volume changes.


When pressing stop on a reel-to-reel player, the tape doesn’t stop immediately. Instead, it slows down creating a pitch down and fade out effect. You can replicate this effect with Reels, and you can also control the speed of the tape stop.


  • 15 Kontakt .nki instruments - 14 with multi-sampled synths + 1 empty instrument for loading your own samples
  • 210 snapshots...but ODDular is all about tweaking really, these are just to get you started
  • 1.5GB download
LFOs (Low frequency oscillators - the coloured ones)
  • 3 super dooper flexible LFOs
  • Adjustable beat-synced time units (32nd to whole note, with triplets) plus free running
  • 8 select-able basic shapes + remix function to combine with other shapes for really complex LFO shapes
  • Shift and offset for shape adjustment
  • LFOs can modulate each others speed
ENVELOPE FOLLOWER (the pink one)
  • Tracks overall volume of the instrument
  • Controls for attack, fade, boost and follow
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