’might just be the most anticipated synthesizer
in the history of mankind.’
’it's slick, occasionally innovative and, above all, uncluttered. there's a real feeling of restraint, of limiting the tweakable parameters only to the essentials so that you're never diverted from what matters — making music’
–SOUND ON SOUND
’this is simply great’
NINE INCH NAILS
’endless enjoyment out of this machine’
’it’s been a long time since i’ve seen something as interesting, flexible and creative as this. after my tour in sweden, the whole team came back-stage and we jammed together.
i chose this synth to show that any instrument, from no matter what time, can have a completely timeless value. i’m sure that musicians will still be using the OP-1 in 50 years.
–JEAN MICHEL JARRE
GEORGIA TECH MARGARET GUTHMAN AWARD
with thirteen synthesizer engines, seven high quality effects and multiple routable LFO’s, you'll never hit the wall when it comes to creativity or finding the right sound for the job. add the unique built-in sequencers on top of that and you'll understand why so many highly regarded producers and artists hold this little machine so dear.
record anything you create with
the 4-track tape feature. match the tape speed to the sequencer tempo for some really nice overdubbing. change tapespeed while recording, or record backwards in realtime. switch to the 4 channel mixer and add some punch with the built in
EQ and compressor.
use OP-1 to synchronize your pocket operators or connect it to any other gear using MIDI over USB. when you connect OP-1 to a computer using the included USB 2.0 cable, the OP-1 shows up as a MIDI controller or a storage device. if storage device is selected, just drag and drop audio files between your computer and
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