Swedish consumer electronics company Teenage Engineering mark 10 years of Sheffield-based imprint Central Processing Unit with the release of a limited-edition silicon pro-case, plus 10 exclusive micro-tonic patches by artist Tim Koch, for the PO-32 Tonic drum synthesizer and sequencer.
“Protect your pocket operator with a silicon pro-case. It has built-in battery protection and anti-slip feet on the back. The button lights will still be visible with the case on. Remove the hanger and the metal stand for a perfect fit.”
Launched in January 2015, the Pocket Operator (PO-10) series includes three models: PO-12 rhythm, a drum machine; PO-14 sub, a bass synthesizer; and PO-16 factory, a lead synthesizer. Each model doubles as a 16-step sequencer. Pocket Operators are small, ultra portable music devices, with studio quality sound and the flexibility to make music on the go.