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Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator - Office PO-24
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The Pocket Operator series is a fun and portable way to make electronic music, and the PO-24 is perfect for the fan of crazy mechanical whirrs, bleep...Read More
Handheld sequencer with industrial sounds.
The Pocket Operator series is a fun and portable way to make electronic music, and the PO-24 is perfect for the fan of crazy mechanical whirrs, bleeps, clicks and clacks and other machine sounds. It’s hard to describe a sound set, but picture this: you’re in an office is full of equipment that makes interesting mechanical sounds. You are in a frenzied race as the young assistant engineer to sample as much noise as possible before the finance team is back from their fancy lunch. Now you’re getting the idea...
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- Easy To Use
- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
- would be better with a case, but I get idea here
- Sound design, jamming, traveling
Comments about Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator - Office PO-24:
PO-24 Office like all the other Pocket Operators Is a very simple to operate device that sounds good! There are plenty of YouTube videos to check out. Sound is great and effects are good. The 24 is the maybe odd one of the bunch but it was the most usable for my applications as a noise/ sound designer. The 24 is definitely in that noisy low-fi 8bit circuit bending feel, great for people who like to construct rhythms from unorthodox samples. The punch in effects are great and the way you implement them is perfect for creating textures. That said these devices are great to mess around with on their own or with other kit, but I would say that if your into just regular electronic music this is probably not your cup of tea, I bought this to use as a tool for design and something to take on vacations. It may seem a limited qerky piece of kit however once I've run it though a boss sp303 and into an MPC the possibilities are 10 fold! Build quality seems pretty good actually once you consider its just a circuit board with components stacked on. Could use a case but really the key action is probably better without the expensive add on case, I store mine in a nice thick sock I cut up works great! This is a long babbling review but really I dig the office I was actually in the process of making an office sound kit on the MPC when this came out. Quick notes, there is a power down feature but not a true shutdown function, 2 AA's were not included surprisingly but no biggy. From what I can tell you are locked into the 16 step sequencer no 12 step 3/4 hip hop etc. However you could get around this buy chaining 3 patterns together expanding the resolution and cranking the tempo up to 240bpm. I may buy More of these! Forget the cheap price and barebones appearance experiment outside the box and have fun that's what these are intended for, their only toys if you make them toys.