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Thread Contributor: MuttleySCI / TECH Po28

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I have a lot of fun with this pocket device. Indeed, when I performed with the Po 28 Robot from Teenage Engineering for the first time in its history, someone later commented that is “Aphex Twin in your pocket”. I wouldn't disagree with the idea of what you get from an element of Aphex Twin. This machine – all 24 or so calculator knobs of butter – makes a deadly electronic music device. 

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So, what makes it so long-term fun? Unlimited combinations for I. The ability to use its electronic drum machines and sound sets in such a way that there are unlimited possibilities. It's all about variants, variation, remixing, cross-integration. If you can line-in it into a decent public address system it's got a lot of bass weight and incredible dynamics. The tones range from silly blips to Detroit bleeps, swirling pads and dizzying sound effects.
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Overzealous G.A.S (gear acquisition syndrome) is rife in contemporary 22nd century culture - we haven't got there yet, it's like "bear with us, the space capsule is approaching" - what can you expect to notice as someone with a lot of g.a.s, pardon the pun? Humans get bored easily too, so I'll explain. My expectations of this device to be an all-in-one Ableton were blown out the water, as it does a lot more than that in its most basic synthetic reasoning. It is possible to delay, calculate strong delay chains in audio, use the drum machine as a stand-in pulse variant (like a bass), and lots more.
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