GForce Software has introduced a software emulation of the world’s first programmable monophonic synthesizer, developed in collaboration with Oberheim. The GForce Oberheim OB-1 broadens the Oberheim sound palette with vintage analog tones, offering a rich, aggressive sound and expansive feature set.

The GForce Oberheim OB-1 delivers a sound as full and robust as the legendary Minimoog yet as aggressive and snarling as the MS20. It strikes the perfect balance between these two icons, making it an incredibly versatile tool in any producer’s arsenal. Whether you’re conjuring deep bass lines or soaring leads or looking for something a little extra special, the Oberheim OB-1 is your ultimate ally in the studio. Join the rebellion against mundane sounds and bring balance to your music with the timeless strength of the OB-1.

Let the OB-1 guide your sonic journey like a true master.

Oberheim OB-1 features

  • An authentic-sounding emulation of the 1978 Oberheim OB-1.
  • Developed in collaboration with Oberheim.
  • Unique 2-pole and 4-pole with screeching resonance.
  • Unique waveshaping possibilities.
  • Augmented with vast modulation options via X-modifiers.
  • Fully-scalable UI.
  • Note pan modes.
  • Over 300 presets.
  • Powerful preset browser.
  • High-pass filter, chorus, delay and reverb effects.
  • Four programmable macros for easy manipulation of sounds.
  • Arpeggiator and sequencer including macro4 automation.
  • Mono unison, legato and poly modes, up to 16 voices.
  • Programmable velocity responses and poly aftertouch.

Available for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3, AU, AAX and standalone), the Oberheim OB-1 is on sale for the intro price of £49.99 GBP (ex. VAT) / $74 USD until July 31st, 2024 (regular £99.99 GBP ex. VAT) / $149 USD.

The offer is available at Plugin Boutique and from the GForce store.