MATRIXSYNTH: Running the Teenage Engineering OP-1 through the Korg NTS-1 FX

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Running the Teenage Engineering OP-1 through the Korg NTS-1 FX

Published on Feb 11, 2020 Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT) takes advantage of the luscious reverbs, full stereo delays, and spectrum melting mod FX in the tiny, portable and oh so affordable Korg NTS-1.

From Korg:
The Nu:Tekt NTS-1 digital KIT is a unique, flexible, and easy DIY synthesizer that you can easily assemble yourself (tool included), without any soldering.
The first of its kind from KORG’s DIY-focused Nu:Tekt brand, NTS-1 packs a powerful synth and multi-effects engine into a compact and highly portable form factor. Its DIY nature means it’s also very customizable. Explore the possibilities! NTS-1 is also completely compatible with the logue-SDK*, making it possible to create custom oscillators and effects or upload any of the content available for minilogue xd and prologue.

Order the Korg NTS-1 here:

Order the Teenage Engineering OP-1 here:
Demo by: Matthew Piecora"

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