Teenage Engineering Is About To Drop A Rick & Morty Themed Synth

"Wubba lubba dub dub."

Teenage Engineering has always had an eye for the odd and intriguing.

Alongside their regularly innovations in the world of synthesizers and drum machines, the Swedish tech company have designed a range of sound system-inspired furniture with IKEA.

Now, Teenage Engineering is blasting its gear into the cosmic and comic world of Rick and Morty. Teaming up with the creators of the cult animated sci-fi series, the company has designed a special edition of their Pocket Operator called the PO-137.

The pocket synth boasts a specially animated LCD screen, an alarm clock, 120 seconds of sample memory and voice samples recited by show co-creator Justin Roiland. And yes, all Rick and Morty mega-fans, it does include Rick’s famous mantra, “wubba lubba dub dub.”

The PO-137 is set to be released July 19 and will be released exclusively online. We can imagine this one will move quickly, so head to the Teenage Engineering website to get notified when it’s on sale.