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haQ attaQ - OP-1 PO SYNC Split Signal │ Tutorial

Jakob Haq did a tutorial using the latest OP-1 firmware update, which includes Pocket Operator Sync. In this video he demonstrates splitting the sync signal to multiple devices, including a Volca Bass.

Video Description:

Teenage Engineering recently released their long awaited OS update for OP-1 and it packs a lot of oomph! One of the new features in this firmware upgrade is the addition of PO SYNC. That's right, the OP-1 can now sync directly to Pocket Operators and other gear that utilizes click-track type syncing signals! In this video I am demonstrating how to split up the sync signal for syncing with multiple devices.

Hardware used in this video: Teenage Engineering OP-1, Teenage Engineering PO-12 Rhythm, KORG Volca bass, Retrokits RK-003 passive mixer.

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RETROKITS RK-003 ► https://www.retrokits.com/rk003/
KORG VOLCA BASS ► http://www.korg.com/us/products/dj/vo...

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