If you could invent a litter that does all those things you'd be a gazillionaire.
You'll get a lot of opinions, some of them exactly opposite about the same litter. There's another thread here
that covers the same topic.
I like TidyCats multiple cats immediate odor control (turquoise lid) for clumping and odor control, but those little beads do scatter a lot. I'm currently using a combination of TidyCats and Special Kitty (Walmart brand in the green box). Special Kitty is a heavier sand texture and doesn't scatter as
much and the odor control is good. The clumps don't fall apart, but they are kind of gummy and stick to the bottom of the box. That's why I add TidyCats, to keep it from sticking. My kitties really prefer the sand texture and I've found that if I keep at least 4" of litter in the box, the pee usually doesn't sink all the way to the bottom before it clumps. Once I've finished the TidyCats I have on hand I may go back to using just Special Kitty.
I've tried a lot of different litters, keep changing around to find the perfect one. These are some of the ones I've tried and rejected.
Fresh Step: strong scent, extremely dusty. Don't know about clumping or odor control because I threw it out after one day. You'll find others who love it. I tried several others that had to strong a scent. Mostly I won't even buy it any more unless it says unscented on it.
Petco refillable litter: poor odor control, had to add baking soda. Kind of defeated the purpose of getting cheaper litter.
World's Best: kitty refused to use it, she held it in for over 5 hours until I dug the old litter out of the dumpster.
Feline Pine: kitties didn't use it. I left the litter out for two weeks, usual litter box, usual place. Kitties used all the other litter boxes, but in two weeks six cats made a grand total of 2 deposits in the new litter.
Arm & Hammer: I actually like this one almost as well as Special Kitty, but can rarely find the unscented kind.
You'll probably just have to keep experimenting until you find one that works for you.