Two years ago, Teenage Engineering unveiled their first pocket-sized synths that were awesome for creating tunes on the go.

Today they have updated these pocket synthesisers with the release of the new PO-32 synthesiser, which is now available to purchase with the Microtronic audio software bundle for $139, or as a standalone device for $89 in early April 2017.

It has been designed to provide a percussion and drum synthesiser from your pocket. It runs from a pair of AA batteries and features a range of specifications to make awesome sounds on the go.

It comes with a built-in microphone and an integrated speaker. It is capable of importing or exporting patches and patterns to and from the synth.

Out of the box, the PO-32 comes with 16 sounds and 16 punch-in effects along with a sequencer feature, pattern locks.

With the pocket synthesiser, you can chain up to 64 patterns and control all of it from the LCD display.

You can find out more about it at the source link below. It is available from their store today for £135.

Source: Teenage Engineering

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