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Teenage Engineering POM 400 - Full Review

Molten Music Technology did a detailed review of the Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator Modular 400. This is a $600 modular synthesis kit with a lot of features crammed into a small package. They are just rolling out to distributors now, so it is a little hard to find them, but I expect to see a lot of yellow boxes in the future.

Video Description:

Here's a deep dive into the newly refreshed Pocket Operator Modular 400 synthesizer. I talk about the design, the improvements, the sound, the price, the possibilities, the flaws and what this thing is capable of. Lots of sound examples, patching and pros and cons.

Teenage Engineering sent the POM 400 to me for the purposes of review.

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Index - 0:00
Intro and overview - 0:16
Getting into the synth - 11:51
Making music - 27:45
Conclusions - 45:34

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