Teenage Engineering

Teenage Engineering

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Swedish based synthesisers AND LOUDSPEAKERS

teenage engineering develops highly acclaimed, high quality, well designed, electronic products for people who love sound, music and design.

Based in Stockholm, Sweden the company was founded 2007 and the team is made up of a multidisciplinary team of software, electrical and mechanical engineers plus industrial designers who are developing teenage engineering products from start to finish. The studio is a fully equipped workshop with state-of-the-art rapid prototyping machines.

The company’s first product was released in 2010. OP-1, known as the all-in-one, portable wonder synthesiser, is used by world famous artists and has won numerous awards.

At MoMA design store in the NYC Summer of 2014, OD-11, the all-in-one wireless stereo loudspeaker made to play cloud music was exclusively released

The pocket operator series released in 2016 has nine units available and represent the most affordable of musical instruments available. pocket operators are small, extremely portable music devices that deliver studio quality sound and allow you to make music on the go. Available as drum machine, bass and lead synthesisers, plus noise percussion. Keep them in your pocket or bag for whenever inspo takes control.

The OP–Z multimedia synthesiser and sequencer was released Autumn 2018. It’s a fully portable 16-track sequencer and synthesiser, featuring sample based and synthetic sounds. You can sequence music, visuals, lights and more.

In January 2019 teenage engineering released their first modular synth system, the pocket operator modular. Combining science, art and sound, the pocket operator modular lets you build your own combinations of sounds!

OB–4 (the magic radio) was released September 2020. These are portable hifi speakers that can be used with line input, Bluetooth, FM radio and disk. OB-4 continuously memorises what you listen to on a rolling 2-hour recording, so you can rewind or loop what you’ve heard.

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