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Teenage Engineering celebrates 20 years of Ghostly with new pocket operator

The limited edition Ghostly PO-33 is out now

  • Cameron Holbrook
  • 2 April 2019
Teenage Engineering celebrates 20 years of Ghostly with new pocket operator

The Swedish consumer electronics company Teenage Engineering has linked with Ghostly International to create the Pocket Operator PO-33 K.O.! - a limited edition micro-sampler designed by the Ghostly artist Steve Hauschildt.

Pocket Operators are small, hand-sized devices for making electronic music that are relatively cheap and have synchronization capability, a range of filters and other numerous built-in functions.

All the custom sounds and patterns found on the PO-33 K.O.! were created by Hauschildt while he was on tour. The limited edition pocket synth was commissioned to celebrate Ghostly International's 20-year-anniversary.

Check out the pocket operator below and all of its functions below.

Retail price: $135

Purchase here.

Cameron is Mixmag's Jr. Editor. Follow him on Twitter

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Pocket Operator PO-33 details:

- Includes 2 PO-33 Pins (1x black, 1x pink)
- Featuring sounds by Steve Hauschildt exclusively for Ghostly
- Microphone for sampling
- 8 melodic sample slots
- 8 drum slots
- 40 seconds sample memory
- 16 effects
- 16-step sequencer
- 16 patterns
- Step multiplier
- Parameter locks
- Built-in speaker
- 3.5mm audio I/O
- Jam sync
- Animated LCD display
- Battery powered (2x AAA)
- 1 month battery life
- Folding stand
- Clock + alarm clock
- L 10.5 cm x W 6 cm

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