These 15 new overlays will add a different sense of colour and design from beautiful landscapes through to simpler layouts to your Teenage Engineering OP-Z.
Monitor and sample wherever you are - Teenage Engineering's M-1 headphones have both detachable and built-in microphones.
Unlock the power of Teenage Engineering's OP-Z hardware with this short video, where you'll learn step sequencing skills in just a few minutes.
The limited edition PO-137 will join the Pocket Operator family at the end of July 2019. In the meantime, get a sneak peek here.
Pick up this monster sound pack for Live, Maschine, Studio One and Logic Pro for just 5 Dollars and get the sound of the Teenage Engineering OP-1.
Well, well, well. Teenage Engineering have pulled the synth out of the bag with their new Pocket Operators... and these 3 machines are billed as affordable modular synths.
At long last the eagerly awaited OP-Z, audio and visual synth and sequencer, the follow-up to the much loved and critically acclaimed OP-1, is now available to pre-order, shipping in October 2018.
The popular event, which is now completely free, will feature live performances, panels and exhibitors from many leading music tech companies including ROLI and Teenage Engineering.
Protect your handheld Pocket Operator while giving it a stunning new look - even the buttons and knobs! The Pocket Operator PO Kit is something to behold.
The latest additions to the Pocket Operator family bring sampling, voice synthesis and much more to the table. Hollin Jones popped in some batteries and got to work...
These two multi-talented hardware instruments each have many fans in the music world, but how do they stack up against each other? Jade Wii pits them head to head.
The Teenage Engineering OP-1 is one of the most respected and loved synthesizers around. We're thrilled to offer you a free sound pack of 34 sounds by JAde Wii for use exclusively with the OP-1.
MicroTonic is a cool synth and unusual in that it is able to exchange sounds with the Pocket Operator PO-32. G.W Childs shows you how to use the software to make morphing drum patches.
Andrew Huang, the creator behind one of YouTube’s fastest growing music channels, sat down and answered some questions with Ask.Audio.
PO-32 Tonic from Teenage Engineering puts a wealth of cool FX at your fingertips. Here's a hands-on example of how to program, tweak and record them in real time.