Teenage Engineering OP-1 field

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Desktop Synthesizer

  • 4 Modes: synth, drum, tape and mixer
  • Stereo sample engine
  • 7 Stereo synthesiser engines
  • Internal FM antenna
  • 8 Tapes with 6 minutes recording time each and 4 stereo tracks
  • 4 Tape recording formats: Studio 4-Track, Vintage 4-Track, Porta and Disc Mini
  • 32-bit Audio throughout the entire signal chain
  • USB audio / MIDI direct connection to OP-Z, TX-6 and OP-1
  • USB and MIDI host
  • Internal memory: 256 MB
  • Up to 500 user patches
  • Over 160 minutes of sampling memory
  • Up to 24 hours battery life
  • 2 Octave keyboard with mini keys
  • Bluetooth MIDI
  • Audio In: 3.5 mm jack
  • Audio Out: 3.5 mm jack
  • USB-C connector
available since July 2022
Item number 544439
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 24
Touch-Sensitive No
Aftertouch No
Split Zones No
Modulation Wheel No
Number of simultaneous Voices 24
Sound Engine Modeling
Storage Medium USB to Host
USB-port Yes
Effects Multieffect processor
Arpeggiator No
Number of Analog Outputs 1
Digital Output Yes
Display Yes
Pedal Connections None
$1,738
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I love it BUT
Alexbuga 29.08.2022
It's a nice upgrade compared to the first version. It is not worth the money if you're a hobby musician like me though.

Today I started it and out of the blue it started a factory reset. I lost 3 tapes with new beats.

After the OPZ Fiasco I've had it with Teenage Engineering.

I'm returning it. I'm super disappointed by this.

And I'm super glad I bought it from Thomann because I trust them way more!
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Amazing upgrade from original OP1
ReMike 08.11.2022
I had original OP1 for years and now upgraded to the field version. Though it seemed expensive (actually very expensive to spend 2K just to add some extra features) but it completely changed the workflow. Now it is the most used device in my studio (and outside). First, it has stereo recording (to tape and to sampler) which make this device useful for sampling any synths, modular, vintage samplers etc. Second, it's USB out now works as USB host so I can connect any synth via USB (I have Buchla 208, Prophet 12, Moog Minitaur, Microfreak, several Elektron boxes etc), sequence it and record to the tape. BTW, I found that OP-1f has a much better headroom for recording so it records without any losses in quality. And third, with USB-C it is now so easy to connect to iPad/MacBook or even iPhone with the standard usb-c - lightening cable.
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Fantastic instrument
veetapez 21.08.2022
I have always wanted to own an OP-1. When the Field released, I felt that it was a good time to jump on the hype train. Yes it is a bit pricey but I think it is mostly worth it in the end.

It sounds and feels like a high-end device and there is nothing else on the market that can do what it does. The OP-1 feels almost organic with its workflow, and it makes playing and creating music fun and exciting.

At the end of the day it is still a niche product and quite expensive, so do a good amount of research before making your decision. Personally though, I think that this will become the center of my studio.
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Wonderful device, solid build, great sound
BeanoSavage 17.11.2022
Really enjoying this keyboard. You can do just about anything with it at home and on the go (which is the main reason I bought it - portability). Still have a lot to learn about it but I'm watching a new tutorial every day and am consistently amazed by it's capabilities.
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