Teenage Engineering announces OP-SCHOOL to help OP-1 users get the most out of their OP-1. They got things rolling with a few videos. The OP-1 is a cool looking device. If I didn’t know any better I would swear Apple was behind the design of the synth. We all know Apple doesn’t have anything to do with this company but maybe they use the same designers. Just kidding. All jokes aside, OP-1 users should be happy Teenage Engineering puts stock behind their products unlike some companies I will not mention. As easy as the OP-1 looks to use I guess some people need help getting their mind wrapped around the synth. I’m the type that don’t read manuals but I value video tutorials. In this day and age most people are visual and what better way to teach than video. You can visit Teenage Engineering site to view videos or just few them here. I was nice enough to lay the videos out here to save you the trouble. If Teenage Engineering is reading this, please send OP-1 to me so I can show my readers what I can do with it. Read more below from Teenage Engineering.
OP-1 is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. Still it is very competent and feature packed. OP-SCHOOL is where we show you how to get the most out of your unit. Our aim is to cover both basic functions, to help you get started, as well as more advanced techniques, to allow you to connect deeper with the machine and really make it your own.
Starting today we’re releasing five basic videos, and more will come. Let us know what you think and what you would like to see covered in the future. Thank you for watching and stay tuned for more videos!
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