Following on from the launch of their first pocket sized synthesisers two years ago, the development team at Teenage Engineering have this week unveiled their latest creation in the form of the PO-32 synthesiser.
The Teenage Engineering PO-32 is now available to purchase bundled with the Microtronic audio software for $139, and will also be available as a stand-alone device in early April 2017 priced at $89.
The pocket PO-32 has been designed to provide a compact percussion and drum synthesiser that is capable of running on a pair of AAA batteries and is equipped with a number of features that set it apart from previous versions.
The first is the built-in microphone that handles the direct transfer of sounds and pattern data between multiple units. As well as now including the ability to import/export patches and patterns to and from the compact instrument. Other features of the pocket synthesiser include16 sounds and 16 punch-in effects along with a sequencer and pattern locks, an integrated speaker, and the ability to chain up to 64 patterns together, together with the return of the LCD display.
For more information on the new Teenage Engineering PO-32 pocket synthesiser and other hardware in the range jump over to the official website for details by following the link below.Filed Under: Hardware, Top News