Posts Tagged 'Teenage Engineering OP-1'

New OS for Teenage Engineering OP-1 Synth available

New OS for Teenage Engineering OP-1 Synth available

The Teenage Engineering OP-1 is the all-in-one portable Synthesizer, Sampler and Controller. With additional features like the FM Radio and an assignable G-Force sensor for motion controlled effects. With OP-1’s built-in Tape feature you are able to record everything you do on to the 4 tracks, with overdubbing, reverse recording. TE have now released a new operating system which adds (amongst others) a new synth and effect.

Teenage Engineering OP-1 – Gearjunkies Review

Teenage Engineering OP-1 – Gearjunkies Review

Once in a while it takes a bunch of courageous people to come up with something completely different even though it doesn’t seem viable. The OP-1 is just such a thing. Looking like a toy and not like an instrument yet if you take a closer look it actually is. At first it reminded me of the Casio synths that were quite popular a century ago. Is the OP-1 the 21st century version of the Casio? Not really, but it takes some time to explain this because the answer is quite elaborate.

Teenage Engineering OP-1 Display Test

Teenage Engineering OP-1 Display Test

Yesterday we introduced you to the OP-1. A combination between a controller and a synth, at this moment in full development by Teenage Engineering. The video below shows the display development test. According to Teenage Engineering themselves: “This is how the display will look like on the OP. It’s got extremely high PPI, the contrast is crazy, and according to myself, the gfx is bananas!” Watching the video we think they aren’t far off.