I was messing around with Oddity2 today and while I dig many things about it, I am not a fan of the UI (wayyyy too small text and it feels very, very cluttered) and it got me thinking about how much of the behavior of the Odyssey might be mimicked in Cypher.
Unfortunately, I realized that a major aspect of playing on an Odyssey (disclaimer: never actually touched one) is the interesting version of duophony where you can have two oscillators play for a single note event, or, when playing the second note event simultaneously, Osc2 will move to that pitch (at least, I think that's what's going on.) With Cypher, it would seem that if you have two Oscs going and 2 voices it's always going to play both Oscs per voice / note event (effectively playing 4 Oscs at once, if I am not mistaken?)
Can anyone let me know if there are any cool features I have overlooked that would allow me to mimic the behavior I am describing? The kind of separation of oscillators across both note pitches during duophony is actually very cool and musical, so it would be a neat trick up Cypher's sleeve.
PS, really liking the Strobe 2 GUI. Transmod and the CC mapping have always been great, but some of the new UI touches make me feel like Synth Squad is definitely converging on being a software instrument you can interact with and read quickly vs being a mere "softsynth" that is loaded while you scroll through some presets like it's some kind of museum piece or tech demo.
PPS, Is Cypher2 next, or Amber2?