Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators

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  1. thegreatpoobarr

    thegreatpoobarr New Member

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    How bloody amazing do these little things look? Seem to be retailing for 50 quid each, bit of a bargain road into electronic music making without the need of any real specialist knowledge if you ask me.

    Full reviews here, here, here, and here, with a roundup here. I know it's not really Kustom's thing, but for a quick £50 sale without the need of any specialist back up, I wonder if they'd be worth looking into?
     
  2. Samsonite

    Samsonite Mine's a frosty one

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    Hmm, interesting and quite cool but as an electronic music producer myself - I think it would only appeal if you were not really into making electronic music. If you were into it, you would take an interest in various things and also with a any PC or laptop lying around you can install Ubuntu Studio and make decent music without paying a penny!

    Still, it was interesting and thanks for sharing :)

    Edit: I will also add that there are awesome phone apps which are more flexible and everyone has a phone - no need to have this in your pocket!
     
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    Fully agreed, it's not aimed at anyone who has any real interest in producing electronic music. I'd say it's aimed more at someone who wants a micro korg, but doesn't want to spend that much. Which is why I reckon it'd make an excellent product

    If someone gave me one, I reckon it'd be worth a play with.

    ninja edit - anything worth looking at for android? I had a play with Caustic a while back, it's probably time to revisit that actually.