Following yesterday’s story that the wait is over for the Teenage Engineering OP-Z, we now have had a press release with more details from UK and ROI Distributor, Sound Technology. Here it is…
The Teenage Engineering OP–Z is the first stand-alone 16-track sequencer that allows synchronised live composition of music, visuals and lights. The OP-Z is one of a kind.
Born to be portable at just 212.5 mm wide, 57.5 mm in height and 10 mm thick, it weighs in at just 850g. With the absence of a screen, Teenage Engineering introduces the concept of ’bring your own display’ - use your iPhone, iPad or computer - the OP-Z is built for people on the move that already carry a great display in their pocket.
Packed with multiple synthesiser engines, beats, samples, effects, visuals and preset patterns, the OP-Z also has the ability to control up to 16 lights through DMX, it has Unity 3d® integration to let you interact with your own 3D worlds, as well a built-in photomatic feature which allows you to instantly sequence images taken with your smartphone camera.
The OP-Z has an expansion slot for modules that will add a range of hardware upgrades, each with its own unique functionality. The first module will be launched later this year.
Complete the OP-Z universe with a range of Teenage Engineering accessories like the bespoke design leather case.
OP-Z is ready to be used anytime, anywhere, straight out of your pocket.
Pricing and Availability:
The Teenage Engineering OP-Z begins shipping mid-October 2018 priced at £529 RRP inc VAT.
2hp seem to keep packing a load of features into their tiny little modules