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Teenage Engineering's Pocket Operator series goes modularTeenage Engineering 's Pocket Operator series is going modular. The Swedish boutique company today launched three self-assembly kits that offer a more affordable route into modular synthesis than existing Eurorack gear: the 400, 170 and a control keyboard, 16. The 170, an analog monophonic synth with step sequencer, costs $349 and includes a chassis, nine modules and eight patch cables.
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Teenage Engineering debuts an affordable entry into modular synthesisSwedish audio company Teenage Engineering has announced a new line of self-assembly modular synth units called the 16, the 170, and the 400. Meant to be a more affordable entry point into modular synthesis, Teenage Engineering says their goal instead was to create a "poor man's modular."
Pocket Operators Go Modular, Full Chassis + Module System - DJ TechToolsIt wouldn't be NAMM season unless Teenage Engineering did something crazy, right? This time, they're announcing a huge move for their Pocket Operator family: a whole modular system with build-it-yourself chassis, a bunch of modules, and more. Keep reading for the details.
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