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Teenage Engineering's PO-32 Tonic Can Import and Export Wirelessly

 - Jan 25, 2017
References: teenageengineering & theverge
Teenage Engineering's PO-32 Tonic is a drum machine that comes in a conveniently compact size, but it emits virtually endless sounds. Thanks to wireless connectivity, the machine is able to import any sound from any program, and it can then export the resultant synth sessions without having to plug in to any hardware.

The PO-32 Tonic is part of Teenage Engineering's Pocket Operator series, but it is the first offering to include this sort of wireless technology. One of the big benefits of the wireless importing and exporting is that two users with the PO-32 Tonic can transfer their beats directly between the machines without having to work through an intermediary. Such a system makes collaboration far easier and more fluid for musicians who work with electronic and synthesized sounds.