Rick and Morty & # 39; The cast of extravagant characters has always sounded like music to some people, and a new limited-edition Teenage Engineering device finally makes that dream come true.
The synthesizer, seen above, is part of Teenage Engineering's popular line of pocket operators. Small devices often come with fully functioning drum machines, bass and noise percussion options, giving musicians access to a full band. The pocket operator Rick and Morty (PO-137) comes with a vocal synthesizer and a sequencer that includes a built-in microphone with eight different character options Rick and Morty . All voices are performed by co-creator, writer and actor Justin Roiland.
That's it Rick and Morty that fans really need: the ability to create high-fidelity tracks that score on SoundCloud, starring Rick Morty, summer, or other favorites. Seriously. The device also includes an LCD screen, a folding stand, 120 seconds of sample memory and an alarm clock, according to a press release.
The pocket operator of Teenage Engineering Rick and Morty will be available for purchase online in July and in stores this November. The company did not list the price of the device, but the pocket operator's line starts at $ 49 and goes up to $ 89.
Rick and Morty will return to Adult Swim with a new season in November.
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