Teenage Engineering OP-1 & Pocket Operators w/ Stefano Ritteri

Despite being first announced back in 2009, nothing has come close to matching the innovative nature of the multi award-winning Teenage Engineering OP-1. Part synth, part sampler, its unique interface forces the user to think in different ways about how they make music.

A few years later, the Swedish company introduced their Pocket Operators – micro machines with a cheap and cheerful approach to synthesis. We decided to enlist the help of PB instructor, producer and DJ Stefano Ritteri (Dirtybird, Defected) to show how the OP-1 and Pocket Operators can be used to create a track on the road. You can watch the video above and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more free tutorials and live events.

The Teenage Engineering OP-1 is a unique and creative synthesizer, drum machine and sampler

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** Editors note: Things have moved on significantly since this article was published 🙂 Please head to our blog homepage for the very latest product reviews from Point Blank.

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