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.
Teenage Engineering’s PO-32 Tonic features an upgraded hardware platform and a rather special new trick not seen in the other Pocket Operators. But what could it be?
Bastl Instruments have announced their latest new synthesizer. And not only is it super kind on space (table top or shirt pocket), it's also extremely affordable and plays nicely with other CV synths.
The OD-11 wireless multi-room stereo loudspeaker has been re-engineered by Teenage Engineering combining that unmistakably warm and relaxed Stig Carlsson sound with striking design and new features.
If this video doesn't convince you that Teenage Engineering's Pocket Operators are excellent, capable synthesizers then nothing will. And don't forget the role the Patchblock plays in the sonics too.
This new digital synthesizer, about the size of your smart phone or a Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator, looks incredibly well designed and sexy. Of that there's doubt. Here's what else we know...
So, you’d love to customise the screen or some functions of the Pocket Operators? Fancy your hand at hacking, but don’t know where to start? Problem solved by hackingthepo.
The original Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator synths were fun to use and not much bigger than a credit card. In this video review we explore the new PO-20 Arcade, PO-24 Office & PO-28 Robot synths.
During the NAMM show 2016 we were fortunate enough for the good folk at Teenage Engineering to show us the upcoming OP-Z synth. It has some exciting features. Watch this!
The creator of 3 new Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator Synths, Linus, explains the concept behind these 8-bit, chiptune synths. He then demos some sounds these synths are capable of producing.