In the spirit of the Halloween season, Tribrix has put a cover of John Carpenter’s Halloween Theme, performed on Teenage Engineering’s OP-1.
The Halloween Theme by John Carpenter has been covered by Tribrix, using sounds from Teenage Engineering’s OP-1.
The cover features only sounds that are native to the device. The OP-1 is a synth, sampler and controller and we reckon this tribute shows off the versatility of the device quite nicely.
Check it out above.
- Moog has Unveiled Their New Flagship Synth: the Moog One To say it's been a long wait is an understatement. The Moog One is the company's new flagship product and it's their first new hardware polysynth in a generation.
Moog has reset […]
- Reverb’s Best-Selling Synths and Drum Machines of 2018 Reverb has become synonymous with that word that makes your heart skip a beat, raises a sweat on your brow: gear. Evidently, many of us couldn't resist temptation to hit the website and […]
- Teenage Engineering Launches the OP-Z Synth and Sequencer After a whole ton of hype, Teenage Engineering have finally launched the long-awaited OP-Z. They've described it as a multimedia synth and sequencer and it will be available in […]
- Native Instruments Celebrates Christmas with Free TRK-01 PLAY Plugins Native Instruments has gotten into the Christmas spirit by offering up a freebie. The TRK-01 PLAY plugin set dishes up a range of synth-based kick and bass tones.
Free to […]
- Teenage Engineering Introduces New Pocket Operators Modular Range Teenage Engineering's Pocket Operators range has provided effective entry-level synthesisers for years, however, last week the company upped the ante with three new modular synthesisers. […]
- Google Unveils NSynth Super: An Open-Source Controller for Playing a Synth Algorithm Magenta, a research team at Google, have built a machine-learning algorithm for creating new sounds, NSynth, as well as a controller for combining those sounds, NSynth […]