Electrical equipment and synth manufacturer Teenage Engineering is Merge with Capcom again, to advertise today that it brings Street Warrior and Mega Man content movies to its OP-Z program. The company developed small pocket-sized synths and designs based on the same two games, and now music producers can use them Capcom’s new videos in addition the form plays on the back of their songs.
According to Teenage Engineering, these videopaks use original images from Street Warrior and Mega Man series and is available for free in iOS, Android and MacOS apps. You can tackle the situation and move your music to get the KO to the peak, for example. You need the OP-Z control synth, which starts at $ 599, and using the videos here has no masters.
Teenage Engineering is not just affiliated with Capcom. It is released a Rick and Morty– words of Pocket Operator, as well as more recently home speaker and furniture by IKEA. The famous synth maker was also mentioned as one of the Participants in the new work of OnePlus leader Carl Pei None, and to direct the design of the business. As it grows in many categories and alliances, it is clear that Teenage Engineering will soon become a popular name for many people. Currently, those with OP-Z and Capcom graphics are able to play with the 12 graphics available in the app.
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