Operator One – Teenage Engineering Sounds for Omnisphere by Plughugger

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Thursday, 3 October 2019
  • Time to read: 2 min.

For this soundset, Plughugger took a look at another synthesizer from Sweden, and this is the one most people connect with beards, tattoos, and striped flannel shirts. The OP1 from Teenage Engineering is probably regarded as the hipster synth number one, and it’s a synthesizer that has a devoted following. Apart from its cool design, it’s a very quirky synthesizer with lots of character.

Plughugger recorded waveforms from the most simple to the complex and advanced and even recorded a handful of sounds using (and misusing) the effect section.

All sounds were recorded from the OP1 manually without connecting it to the computer via USB – that way they got rid of the dreaded USB noise – but naturally, Plughugger couldn’t resist recording the noise separately as an alternative noise waveform. Apart from the single presets, Plughugger also combined another 51 sounds into complex multi sounds.

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Operator One – Teenage Engineering Sounds for Omnisphere by Plughugger

Operator One contains 220 sounds

  • 43 Arpeggios/Sequences 
  • 17 Drum / Percussion
  • 12 Effect / Hits
  • 18 Pads / Synth strings
  • 35 Bass sounds
  • 28 Synth sounds
  • 16 Textures and soundscapes
  • 51 Multi sounds
  • Plus 96 INIT sounds for each sound source available in Operator One (many of them are variations of the same sound).

Operator One is a soundset for Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.6. This product requires a fully working copy of Omnisphere 2.6 to work. This is not a sample set.

Availability and Pricing

Operator One is available now directly here. There is a special introduction price of €9.90 / 50% OFF (normal price is €19.90) until October, 13th 2019. Use coupon code OPERATOR to get the discount.

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