A pocket-sized dream machine. This stand-alone wireless synthesizer and composer is centered around an advanced 16-track sequencer. You can also sync your OP-Z with your phone or ipad via the app to add a screen (but its not necessary). Photos, custom graphics, lighting, stop motion video—anything can be animated by sequencing them to a beat. OP-Z is also tailor-made for Unity 3D, a multi-purpose game engine. Built-in battery has a two-year life and charges via USB. Travel pouch not included but can be purchased here.
- Full Unity 3D game engine integration
- Free OP-Z iOS app allows you to pair any Apple Metal Graphics Certified device for use as a screen, camera and graphics processor
- 16 instrument tracks enable individual and independent synthesis and sampling
- Dual-layer sequencing combines a traditional 16-step sequencer with an additional layer of step components like variations in note or cycle, direction, parameter changes, re-trigs and more–making it possible to alter each step in up to 140 different ways.
- Includes tape reels with unique character and functions to allow additional sequencing of anything you create in the device
- Keys backlit with multi-color LEDs help make composition fast and intuitive, even in low-light environments
- Durable plastic housing is just 8.36” L by 2.26” H by .4” D
- Built-in MEMS mic
- 6-axis motion sensor
- Connects via USB C or Bluetooth 4/5.0 LE; includes USB C to USB A cable
- Battery life: Four times back and forth across the Atlantic Ocean
DesignerJesper Koothoofd & Teenage Engineering
Size2.5h x 8.5w x 0.4"d
MaterialPlastic, Carbon, Steel
Year of Design2018
- This item is final sale and non-returnable.
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