Bending and Cranking the OP-1

Using the new Teenage Engineering accessories      14/09/12
Bending and Cranking the OP-1

Not often a manufacturer releases accessories comprising of what looks like a washing up bottle top and an elastic band. But Teenage Engineering can be delightfully quirky at times. The new Bend and Crank are demonstrated here by OP-1 owner Brian Biggs.

We dont have pricing available, but we're presuming its not going to break the bank...

You can get yours from Teenage Engineering. Of course, you'll need an OP-1 too. See our review for more details.

bending and cranking the OP-1 from Brian Biggs on Vimeo.




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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
LLB    Said...

This thing is about as ugly and toyish as it gets.

14-Sep-12 12:52 PM

LLB iz dum    Said...

no u r

14-Sep-12 09:22 PM

The Guvnor    Said...

They should make those hand crank covers for DAW controls. Or sample editors!

15-Sep-12 10:06 AM

Llb    Said...

LLB is dum, grow up.

16-Sep-12 05:48 PM

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