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.
VIDEO 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.
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