Teenage Engineering EP133 KO II Sampling Smackdown!

Get ready to "float like a butterfly" and master the EP-133 K.O.II with this knockout guide by music producer Rishabh Rajan!

Evolving from the featherweight pocket operator PO-33 K.O, the EP-133 K.O. II is the heavyweight champ! It may look like a giant calculator, but this sampler/sequencer by Teenage Engineering isn't just a contender, it's a knockout sensation in a portable package, armed with punch-in effects and a very inspiring workflow that packs a serious impact. But beyond its technical prowess, the EP-133 K.O.II is a lot of fun... And you can learn all about it in this EP-133 K.O II Sampling Smackdown course! 

Master the EP-133 K.O.II

Rishabh starts by leading you through the EP-133 K.O.II's hardware... think of it as the ropes of the ring. You'll learn to bob and weave through projects, groups, patterns, and scenes, navigating like a seasoned boxer!

Discover the power of real-time pattern recording without the constraints of quantization, and the finesse of step-recording and note editing. With Rishabh, you learn to dance across the musical grid, changing resolutions, adding that swing, and even step into Scale Mode to bring harmony to your creations.

Learn to solo those groups and then deliver your secret weapons... punch-in FX! Next, automate the fader moves like a champ. Discover how to sample through the internal mic or via the line input, chop-up your beats, then let the EP-133 K.O.II's master compressor be your corner's advice. And as the final bell tolls, Rishabh Rajan reveals how to expand your musical prowess beyond the confines of the ring via MIDI...

EP-133 K.O. II Sampling Smackdown!

There's so much to discover! Step into the ring with Rishabh, and get ready to deliver beats and punch-in FX that would make Muhammad Ali proud! Learn the Teenage Engineering EP-133 K.O.II sampler now and become a music creation champion!



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