The straightforwardness and fun of an outdated Casio console meet genuine expert execution in Teenage Engineering’s OP-1 Synthesizer. This across the board machine fills in as a synthesizer, sampler, and regulator, with thirteen underlying synthesizer motors, various impacts, four unending encoders, an FM radio, an inherent four-track recorder, and a four-channel blender. The shading coded interface is shockingly simple to use, to some degree because of the super AMOLED show, and the underlying USB port backings charging of the 16-hour battery, utilizing the gadget as a MIDI regulator, and straightforward intuitive admittance to its inherent stockpiling. The 4-track tape feature lets you record any beats you create, play, sequence, or tweak. You can overdub with pitch change by matching the tape-speed with the sequencer clock. You can sample a sound using the onboard microphone. The built-in FM radio allows you to sample local radio stations or music. You can also feed tracks plugged from a recorder in the 3.5mm line input. Click here for details.