Last year, Teenage Engineering unveiled a new project of affordable pocket-sized modules. The team introduces today the final result at NAMM 2015.
The Pocket Operator Series debuts in Anaheim with three ultra compact modules, respectively a drumbox and sequencer (PO-12, the prototype announced last year), a bass synth and sequencer (PO-14) and a melodic synth and sequencer (PO-16).
All these pocket modules feature a 16-step sequencer with 16 patterns and chaining option, 16 filters (delays, bit crusher and filters), an auto-compressor, a hardware limiter, a parameter lock function, a clock, an alarm clock, a jam sync function with audio thru, an LCD display, 1/8” audio in and out and a folding stand.
- The PO-12 includes synthesized and sampled drum sounds and a step multiplier
- The PO-14 combines FM, subtractive, wavetable, and physical modeled string for 16 bass oriented playing styles.
- the PO-16 also combines multiples synthesis and offers 16 arpeggios and chord styles.
Each module has a two-year warranty and is available for $59 / 59 €. More info at www.teenageengineering.com.
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