Teenage Engineering OP-1
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OP-1, Digital Synth from Teenage Engineering.

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08/27/2012

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not terrible"

Teenage Engineering OP-1
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UTILIZATION

Synthesis engines do not break bricks so the editing is not formidable.On lighter and it works, use is really simple to navigate and build beats but it is confusing for the moment we're on the magneto is pretty puzzle tête.Le manual is in English probably ca mastery of the magneto is an ordeal.

SOUNDS

Some sounds go well the rest is rather cheap luckily he has a good sampler out of keyboard sounds parcontre but it has no memory and every new pattern you lose all of the time we change preset.Les of drums are quite corrects.C is a "keyboard" if you can say only ca electro sounds electros with the first prize.

OVERALL OPINION

What I like most was the sequencer grid has the drums that I like least is the magneto part and I think it is expensive. I bought in musika and after a month he was never back on yet there has been no shock, I soon sent back to the store (thank you paypal) without them I would have to make a after sales service and lose money for selling occaz bug because it disgusted me incontestable this product.
So with that refund I took the opportunity to buy a microkorg xl and MS2000.Avec the experience I would buy these two korg home because it's really good machines with sound pros, with the OP-1 n you 'This will never feel that Korg, Roland Clavia offer almost the same price.