I've been almost exclusively using my OP-1 the past 3 months. So much so I'm about to release an all op-1 cassettey, sort of my learnings. I went with the desksaver AND unit portables case, I'm paranoid and it lives in my backpack so I wanted to protect those keys.
3.5mm antennas are cheap as fuck. I got 2 on ebay from China for $.65 each, shipped. Or just plug in some headphones or something, but antennas....
I bought the other TE accessories but don't use them too much, I tend to use the more automated LFO''s over crank and bender.
That's about all I have to say about that right now. OP-1 is my favorite object. When you get comfortable with file transfers and such, I highly recommend the Iter/Filter "cracks" I ducking love the more straight forward filter. Also be sure to hold shift when adjusting parameters. The good shit is inbetween the lines.
yeahhhshshhshshsh! VERY cool noises homie! thanks!
YES. ALL THE THINGS PSYREYR. ALL. THE. THINGS.
really like the layout so far. super simple to navigate.
oof. only really played with drums a bit. loooove it so far. nifty, nifty things.
so..... made a melody loop on the modular, recorded it and saved it as a 44.1, 16, aif file. but when i put it in either the Drums/User or Synth/Sampler/User folder when it tries to load the little screeny text says it canna.
what am i doing wrong? too long a file? how does one load up samples, not just hits?
chiming in to say the antenna helps the reception about 100000000x so i recommend if you wanna do radio sampling.
But I too am in love with the OP-1. I'm just now getting better at freehand beatmaking, and made my first freehand no-metronome loop that lines up well yesterday. Looking forward to doing more stuff like that, and using it for lo-fi hiphop type stuff.