MATRIXSYNTH: How to Control DMX Lights With a Teenage Engineering OP-Z

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

How to Control DMX Lights With a Teenage Engineering OP-Z

Published on Sep 12, 2019 Blicero

"A guide to using the OP-Z to control lights via DMX.

Thank you to Enttec for supporting the channel and sponsoring the video. Find out more about the DMX USB Pro’s here:"

passionfruit | OP-Z Cover with DMX

Published on Jan 1, 2019 Blicero

"passionfruit by Blicero.

A cover of Passionfruit by Drake on the Teenage Engineering OP-Z. Using DMX to control Astera Pixel Tubes.

Vocals - Edwin Organ

Filmed by Sean Corbett -

Big thanks to Sean Corbett for filming and providing the lights."

via Enttec where you'll find additional details and instructions on how to set things up:

"Aside from being able to make some cool sounds, one of the most pioneering features of Teenage Engineering‘s popular OP-Z multimedia synthesizer and sequencer is its ability to output DMX protocol in order to control lighting that can sync with your beats and visually take your performance to the next level.

There are a lot of questions floating around out there as to precisely how this is done, so we’ve teamed up with the brains from Teenage Engineering and one of Britain’s finest electronic musicians in order to present the definitive guide to using the DMX function on your Teenage Engineering OP-Z: what gear you’ll need, how to configure it, and most of all … how to maximize your fun."

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