Teenage Engineering OP-1 OS Adds Sketch Sequencer and DSynth

Intriguing new etch-a-sketch style UI      25/03/14

You can't fault the team at Teenage Engineering for their support of the enigmatic OP-1. Interest still seems to be high for this quirky Scanadavian instrument, it still gets a lot of attention - the review we published a couple of years ago still regularly features in our top Youtube stats even now.

Theres a new OS update just out which adds the Sketch sequencer to the toolbox - in addition to the step sequencer, audio recorder and selection of  machines and effects.

The two major new features in this free OS update (V.14167)

Sketch - Organic hand-drawn sequencing, free shape sequencer, with no limits to pitch or quantisation.
Draw your sequences using the encoders, listen, and then shake it to erase it. Very Etch-a-Sketch!



DSynth - Multi envelope dual oscillator synth
The DSynth features an interface with dual oscillators, multi crossfadable synthesis methods, attack / decay / filter controls and a nice waveform visualizer.

Available now as a free download

 

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