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Teenage Engineering introduces the PO-32 tonic pocket operator

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Synth

Manufacturer

Teenage Engineering

Contact

https://www.soundtech.co.uk/teenageengineering

Laura  Barnes
Teenage Engineering introduces the PO-32 tonic pocket operator

For the first time, pocket operator users can easily import, export and share their music with the world.

Teenage Engineering and Sound Technology have announced the availability of the new PO-32 tonic pocket operator.

In 2015, Teenage Engineering released the first line of pocket operators, the PO-10 series, successfully launching some of the smallest and most affordable synthesisers on the market. These were followed up in 2016 with the launch of the PO-20 series. This time around the firm presents the newest addition to the pocket operator family, the PO-32 tonic.

This powerful drum and percussion synthesizer is the result of a fruitful collaboration with Magnus Lidström of Sonic Charge, creator of award-winning audio plugins and the man behind the CWO effect in the Teenage Engineering OP-1. One of Sonic Charge’s biggest successes to date has been Microtonic, a pattern-based drum machine and percussion synthesiser.

As such, the PO-32 tonic is basically Microtonic in a pocket operator format. Unique to PO-32 tonic is its wide range of sonic capabilities, a built-in microphone allowing direct transfer of sounds and pattern data between units.

Users can even use the standard desktop version of Microtonic to shape sounds, generate patches and pattern data, and have that transferred wirelessly back to the PO-32 tonic.

For the first time pocket operator users can easily import, export and share their music with the world, opening up for unlimited capabilities.

The Teenage Engineering PO-32 pocket operator is available now priced at £85.   

Teenage Engineering is distributed in the UK and ROI by Sound Technology Ltd.  

For more information visit www.soundtech.co.uk/teenageengineering.

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