Recreating Fatboy Slim’s ‘Rockafeller Skank’ On A Teenage Engineering OP-1

This video, via amenemo1010, takes a look at recreating Fatboy Slim‘s classic Rockafeller Skank, using a Teenage Engineering OP-1.

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Here’s what they have to say about the video:

In this video, I will recreate the sound of the famous song by the sacred monster Fatboy Slim “Rockaffeller Skank”, at the time lovely made entirely with 2 sampler units akai s950 and its trusted Atari ST1040.

At the base of this song there are some samples that we will review and resample together with this little hell from Teenage Engineering, the OP1.

Obviously I added my creative contribution and my messes, because it is too fun to use this little big synth to get any kind of sound, ok I admit, I’m in love with the “electronic” 90s productions but this was understood! 🙂

Take chips, turn up the volume to the max and enjoy !!

6 thoughts on “Recreating Fatboy Slim’s ‘Rockafeller Skank’ On A Teenage Engineering OP-1

  1. Well done! Lot of practice and talent to make that look so effortless. His other vids are great too, very good at capturing the spirit of the track he’s recreating. Keep it up!

    Bonus points for the Bose Wave Radio. I have an original one (with no CD player) and it still sounds pretty good. The wave guide stuff was a neat piece of tech for it’s time that still sees use today in some cars.

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