MATRIXSYNTH: Teenage Engineering Introduces EP-133, K.O.II


Wednesday, November 22, 2023

Teenage Engineering Introduces EP-133, K.O.II

EP-133 K.O. II by teenage engineering - performance demo

video upload by djpho

Update: video added. Don't miss Cuckoo's overview video below.



via Teenage Engineering

THE CHAMP IS HERE

A versatile machine with an impressive set of features, K.O.ii is the new champion in and outside the studio.

UNRIVALED BY ANYTHING IN ITS CLASS, this is the sampler you've always wanted at THE incredible price of just $299

Get ready for round 2

Meet the evolution of the world's most sold sampler. based on the legendary PO-33 K.O!, the new EP–133 K.O.II adds more power, more sampling capabilities, a fully reworked sequencer and brand new punch-in 2.0™ effects. introducing a workflow that lets you go from idea to TRACK faster than ever.

It's pocket operators gone pro.

Knock out features

9 projects each with 80,000 notes

projects contain 4 groups, each with 99 patterns

patterns have 12 TRACKS for samples and MIDI

variable pattern length per group (1 to 99 bars)

12 mono / 6 stereo voice polyphony

use groups to mix and match patterns on the fly

record and automate all 12 fader assignments

sequence in free time or quantized with swing

assign any pad to one of 16 MIDI channels

loop mode from OB-4 with length AND slide

12 pressure and velocity sensitive pads

instantaneous timE correction and erase

slice samples LIVE OR AUTOmatically

stereo / mono sampling at 46.875 kHz / 16-bit

punch-in 2.0™ effects (PRESSURE SENSITIVE)

arrange quickly using the instant commit feature

32-bit float signal chain, 24-bit ADC / DAC

SYNC IO FOR EXT. GEAR. 8TH, 16TH NOTE OR SYNC24

6 built-in send fx and a master compressor

drag and drop samples using the sample tool

Get started with the new EP-133, K.O.II by Teenage Engineering (Tutorial)

video upload by True Cuckoo

Chapters:
00:00 Introduction
00:58 Hardware overview
02:19 Assign sounds to pads
03:08 Navigate sounds by typing
04:01 A quick glance at the "menus"
04:33 Live recording a beat
04:52 Setting pattern length in bars
05:16 Start recording from any bar
05:34 Recording "free" unquantised
06:20 Erasing a track
07:05 Quantising an unquantised recording
08:12 Step sequencer
08:54 Edit sound envelope
09:27 Edit sound amplitude
09:46 Replace a sound
09:59 Sample from the built in mic
11:23 Trim a sound
12:01 Punch-in record
12:13 Sample a vinyl form the line input
13:01 Chop a sample
13:47 Groups
14:20 Layers
14:35 Play chromatically with Keys mode
15:18 Edit sound play mode
15:48 Use a MIDI keyboard
15:47 Record a longer pattern, unquantised
17:32 Punch-in quantisation
18:13 The fader
19:52 FX
22:30 Punch-in FX
25:00 Looper
25:47 Setting the tempo
26:03 Having fun
26:20 Patterns
26:56 Commit and duplicate "scene"
27:48 Edit a duplicate pattern
29:08 Getting lost in the music
30:44 Recording the fader - jamming on
31:00 Jamming on…
31:36 The KO 2000
31:49 9 Projects
32:17 MIDI sequence an external synth
35:47 Looper affects MIDI out
36:19 Yeah!

1 comment:

  1. Regarding ergonomics, it looks good....really good.

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