New tiny manual for the op-z users on the road

Made a clean new tiny manual (PDF) the size is made to fit in the original OP-Z sleeve.
You can download the manual from my site:


Thank you for sharing
I’m also from the Netherlands

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This is great, thanks! The best one of these I’ve seen so far–clear, and easy to use.

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Very nice, I agree with @Mistercharlie thanks for making it :+1:

Thank You Print on A4 with 75% scale is woking best for me. Really like your tiny guide. Using it especially for the step components. It would be nice to have the „component 1234567890“ row again somewhere in the middle between „random“ and „portamento“ or at the end of the list. I always get a bit confused and lost.

Do you plan on update it with the new input section?

Yes, the updated version is almost ready :wink: will upload it this weekend (Saturday)

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I made the size to fit into the original sleeve… is it still readable so small :wink:

The tiny manual in now updated with the new OP-Z firmware:
Download at:

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i have studied your manual, its awesome.
how ever “dit klopt niet”

holding REC in combination with - + will move target dot on sequence grid back and forward :arrow_left::arrow_right:

holding REC and and dot on the sequence grid will manually target that dot

holding REC, - , sequencer dot = will move target back one step (so do nothing) and than pressing sequencer dot, will just select that dot. so it does exactly the same with an unnecessary step.

if you do want to delete a note from a sequencer
than hold dot on the sequence grid, and while holding you can uncheck notes from the keyboard :musical_keyboard:
(this is handy is you have one sequence dot that contains multiple notes, like an accord)

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