During NAMM 2018 this year Teenage Engineering has added two new products to its ever-growing range of Pocket Operators taking the form of the PO-35 Speak, a vocal synthesiser and sequencer, and the PO-33 KO! offering a sampler. Watch the quick hands-on demonstration from the Verge to learn more about what you can expect from the local synthesiser and sequencer which comes with a built-in microphone for a different voice character sampling.
Features of the Teenage Engineering PO-35 Speak include a 120 seconds sample memory, sequencer, parameter locks, step multiplier, 8 voice characters NEW!, 8 effects NEW!, transpose and change scale NEW!, built-in speaker and 3.5mm audio I/O to name a few. “on PO-35 use the built in microphone to instantly record your own voice, and completely change its character. play with it, sequence it and add effects and drums on top.”
“With PO-33, sample any sound source using line in or the built in microphone. melodic mode lets you play chromatic melodies and drum mode lets you play drums. sequence it all and add effects on top. “ For more information and full specifications on the new Pocket Operators PO-35 speak and PO-33 K.O! Jump over to the official Teenage Engineering website where the full range of Pocket Operators is available to purchase price from £85.
Source: VergeFiled Under: Hardware, Technology News, Top News