Teenage Engineering OP-1 Review

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    # nov/13

    Este tópico destina-se para fazer um review do OP-1 da teenage engineering.

    # nov/13
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    teenage engineering

    daí aparece um tiozinho do tempo do ronca!! hahahaha

    # nov/13
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    mas o "brinquedo" fala bem ... pelo menos parece que fala bem ... bem mais que muito "de marca" por aí.

    # mar/14
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    Multiple Synthesizer Engines with exchangable Architecture.
    8 dedicated instant sound select keys
    Sound Engines

    Dr Wave – Raw 8-bit yupe sound engine
    FM – Easy to tweak FM synthesis engine
    Pulse – Square wave type engine
    String – Physical modeling with a twist
    Digital – Raw digital type of engine
    Phase – Phase distortion engine
    Cluster – Multiple Wave Cluster
    Feature additions of Engines will be available with software upgrades
    Sample Engines

    Dedicated instant Synth Sampler with 6 seconds sampling time for each slot.
    Dedicated instant Drum Sampler with 12 seconds sampling time for each slot.
    With automated layout feature.
    Instant sampling with built-in Microphone or Line in

    Classic ADSR type of envelope
    Dynamic Envelope for Drum sounds.
    Future additions of Envelopes will be available with software upgrades

    Multiple Effects with exchangable Architecture.
    Delay – Classic delay type
    Phone – Hacked phone effect
    Punch – Adds punch to your sound
    Grid – Grid based echo
    Spring – Spring reverb type
    Future additions of Effects will be available with software upgrades
    Tape Feature

    4 individual tracks with instant Solo
    Instant variable Tape Speed
    6 minutes recording time in Normal tape speed.
    Up to 24 minutes recording time in Low tape speed
    Loop function with movable region
    Tape tricks for Break Tape, Bits and Reverse.
    Memo 1 & 2 for instant memorizing Effects / EQ / Pan or Levels / Tape Speed
    Reverse Recording
    Classic Tape editing Features Lift / Split and Drop
    Lift tape recordings back into Sampler for endless sound design.
    Motion Sensor

    3 Axis Motion sensor (G-Force)
    Assignable to any synth, envelope, effect parameter or to pitch.
    Built-in FM radio

    Sample direct from any radiostation
    Record direct to tape
    Hardware Specifications


    400 MHz Processor Core
    (800 MMACSS performance)
    64 MB Low-Power SDRAM (12ns)
    512 MB Nand Flash storage
    24-bit 96kHz ADC/DAC

    Li-Ion 1800 mAh
    16 hours active Battery Life
    2 Years stand-by time
    Charge via USB port

    USB 2.0 high speed (OTG)
    3.5 mm Line Input, Output
    Built-in microphone
    High output mini speaker 8 Ohm 1 Watt
    3-axis accelerometer (G-force) sensor
    Worldwide FM band support (64-108 MHz)

    Amoled display running in 60 fps
    320 x 160 pixel resolution
    Color Depth: 16.7 M
    Contrast: 10000:1 (good for outdoor use!)
    Viewing Angle: 170°
    Life Time: 30,000 hrs

    Low profile keyboard module
    Scissor-switch ultra low profile design
    Expected lifespan of 10 million keystrokes per key

    Industrial Grade Incremental Encoders
    Rotational life: Up to 1,000,000 revolutions
    Excellent indexing feel (remains consistent over life)
    Zinc diecast and fiber enforced high performance plastic
    Used in Avionics Operating temperature range: -40 to +85°C2.8

    Advanced CNC:d one-piece Aluminum design.
    2 X M6 Mounting holes for accessories.
    2 X Cuts for strap accessory.

    Light grey powder coated body and EDM textured keyboard

    L 282 mm, H 102 mm, D 13.5 mm


    The OP-1 comes shipped in a reusable environmental friendly package made out of Paperfoam material.

    Motion Sensor

    3 Axis Motion sensor (G-Force)
    Assignable to any synth, envelope, effect parameter or to pitch.
    Durable Design

    The durable light grey painted aluminium body gives a solid feel and also works as a protection for the internal components. The OP-1 has no visible screws.

    Durable Design
    Flexible Architecture

    When you create a sound on the OP-1 you use the keys T1 - T4 to switch between the different sound pages. The chart below shows what’s hidden under keys T1 to T4 in Synthesizer and Drum mode. The flexibility here is that every ‘building block’ is exchangable. Which means that you may switch Engine but keep Envelope, Effect and LFO type. Or Just switch LFO.

    # mar/14
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    Caro minondor:

    Assista uns vídeos do CUCKOO,
    um usuário, digamos, atípico.

    # jul/14
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    # jul/14
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