Teenage Engineering drop the ultra-compact and portable TX-6 audio interface
26.04.2022

Teenage Engineering drop the ultra-compact and portable TX-6 audio interface

Words by Mixdown Staff

“The first portable pro-mixer that can be used as a multi-functional 32-bit 48 kHz audio interface”

Teenage Engineering has dropped what they say is the smallest device of its kind, the ultra-portable, battery-powered, and multi-channel TX-6 audio interface.

What you need to know:

  • Teenage Engineering has dropped what they say is the smallest device of its kind, the ultra-portable, battery-powered, and multi-channel TX-6 audio interface.
  • The TX-6 has six stereo channels, each with a three-band EQ, a compressor, a cue output, a built-in tuner, tempo sync, and an aux send.
  • Teenage Engineering said the TX-6 is the first device in a new portable range, with more devices and accessories planned.

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Measuring a demure 90×62.5x15mm (23mm with encoders), the TX-6 is still comparable to larger units with even more tech packed into a more compact, sturdy machine.

Backing up that claim is six stereo channels, each with a three-band EQ, a compressor, a cue output, a built-in tuner, tempo sync, and an aux send which will allow users to utilise eight built-in effects.

An internal synthesiser and sequencer also feature, while the TX–6 is packed full of features and connectivity options with an external MIDI device, and with MFi, you can even connect to your iOS device.

Additionally, there is also an internal sound generator with four waveforms and four drum machine sounds to create music portably.

The control interface can also be customised, allowing encoders to be assigned to control different settings within the device. 

Teenage Engineering said this is “the first portable pro-mixer that can be used as a multi-functional 32-bit 48 kHz audio interface that has an instrument tuner, built-in digital fx, synthesiser, and drum machine”.

Teenage Engineering said the TX-6 is the first device in a new portable range, with more devices and accessories planned.

Head to Teenage Engineering for more information.