Wubba lubba dub dub! A Rick and Morty synth is on its way
Love them or hate them, animated phenomena Rick and Morty continue to make their way into pop culture and the music world.
The latest way is via Teenage Engineering’s forthcoming pocket operator music device, giving producers a fun new way to get schwifty. As the series gets ready to debut its fourth season on Adult Swim in November, fans will be able to play around with voice samples from co-creator Justin Roiland. The device also features an animated LED screen, folding stand, 120 seconds of sample memory, and an alarm clock. Though no price has been announced, most Teenage Engineering products range from $49 to $89.
The PO-137 will be released online in July and in stores in November. heck out a preview of its capabilities below.