NAMM 2016: Teenage Engineering OP-Z

16 track multitimbral synthesiser with fully sequenceable parameter locks, video synthesis and the introduction of step components.      21/01/16

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A completely new synth and not an updated OP-1 the Teenage Engineering OP-Z takes parts of the synth engine from the OP-1 and gives it a completely new flavour.

The OP-Z is a 16 track multitimbral synth with fully sequenceable parameters. The 16 tracks comprise of drums, a bass synth, a lead synth, an arpeggiator synth, a chord synth and 4 effects and 4 external tracks including a video synthesizer.

Although there were a few things that Teenage Engineering were a reluctant to talk about we still got a good demo of this new synth.

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NAMM 2016 Kit:
TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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