Swedish electronics company Teenage Engineering is developing a portable vocal synthesizer and sequencer based on the popular adult animated sitcom Rick and Morty.
Officially called the PO-137, the device comes with a built-in microphone with features eight different Rick and Morty character options, all voiced by series co-creator, writer and actor Justin Roiland.
Further, the device sports an LCD display, folding stand, 120 seconds of sample memory and an alarm clock.
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fart into this music box! we are so exited to reveal our latest collaboration with Rick and Morty. together, we created a limited-edition pocket operator (PO-137) available online in the beginning of july. #teenageengineering #pocketoperator #rickandmorty @rickandmorty
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The Rick and Morty PO-137 will launch online in early July and hit retail stores in November.
Teenage Engineering hasn’t yet confirmed a price for the PO-137, but its other synthesizers cost between $49 USD (about $66 CAD) and $89 (roughly $110 CAD).
The fourth season of Rick and Morty will hit Adult Swim in November.