Teenage Engineering OP-1 portable synthesizer keyboard comes loaded with an integral Sampler and Software DAW Controller. Teenage Engineering OP-1 delivers all-in-one synth - it even features FM Radio and an assignable G-Force sensor for motion controlled effects. With inbuilt-in tape 4-track tape recorder feature you can also record everything you do on OP1, with overdubbing and reverse recording.
OP1 has multiple built-in synthesizer engines, various effects, LFO’s and some really unique sequencers ready to explore. The OP-1 comes with eight unique synthesizer engines and eight quick selection keys for instant access. Tweak your sounds in real time and record everything to tape. All sounds are made up from the Engine, ADSR envelope, a dedicated Effect and a selection of LFO´s. All elements are fully exchangable.
Press the Drum key to enter Drum Sampler mode. OP-1 comes loaded with great kits, but if you feel that you want your own, just press the mic key to sample anything from the built-in microphone or line in. And if that’s not enough you just connect your OP-1 to your computer and drag and drop any .aif file straight to the OP-1.
Record everything on the built in 4-track tape. Match the tape speed to the sequencer clock for some really nice overdubbing with changing pitch. Change tapespeed while recording, or even record backwards in realtime. Switch to the 4 channel mixer and add som texture with the built in EQ and Drive.
The final stage of your sound ends up in the Mixer. Here you set the Level and the Pan for all four individual tracks. Add addtional Master EQ and Master Effect to the tape. You may also add some extra Drive and Master Level/Balance. Punch in some parameter changes with the Tape Tricks keys Memo 1+2.
Connect Teenage Engineering OP-1 synthesizer to your computer and control your DAW with the common play, stop, rec, forward and rewind transport controls. Use the 4 rotary encoders and 8 x 2 dedicated quick keys for fast selections.