Teenage Engineering is at NAMM 2010 and appears to have made progress with the OP-1 (see video of demo at bottom of post). The OP-1 is a is billed as an “…all-in-one portable Synthesizer, Sampler and Controller. With additional features like the FM Radio and a G-Force sensor for pitch and bend effects.” The synth looks to have a stunning high-contrast display.
Some notable features:
- Built-in audio recorder
- The 8 Synthesizer engines: FM, strings, DRW, Pulse, T10m Cluster, PSE
- Built-in Mic
- 512 MB Nand Flash storage
- Hardened design with expected lifespan of 10 million keystrokes per key, industrial grade incremental encoders, Zinc diecast and fiber enforced high performance plastic, aluminum body
MusicRadar posted a video from the NAMM Demo.
In the video above they estimate price between $500-$1,000 with a late 2010 or early 2011 delivery. So, start saving your pennies as this looks like a killer portable music workstation monster.
- Visit the Official OP-1 Web Page for more
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One response to “Teenage Engineering Making headway on OP-1 Portable Synthesizer and Controller”
It sure looks sexy! Bit pricey though…