Teenage Engineering revealed MOAD – ‘Mother Of All Decks’ for Swedish House Mafia



Teenage Engineering made the ‘Mother Of All Decks’ for Swedish House Mafia to use at Coachella and beyond.


Teenage Engineering has now revealed something much grander in scale, the MOAD or ‘Mother Of All Decks’ is a new supersized live performance rig that was custom-made for Swedish House Mafia. It made its debut when the EDM-favouring collective used it to perform with The Weekend at Coachella 2022, and will also be used on their US and EU tour.

Well known for creating small music-making device, Teenage Engineering’s relationship with Swedish House Mafia began in 2010, when the band used the then-new OP-1 in the video for their song One, which featured Pharrell Williams. They have remained friends ever since, but MOAD is their first product collaboration.


The unique rig measures 5m x 1.2m and breaks down into nine parts for easy transportation. Assembly time is said to be just 30 minutes, which should please Swedish Home Mafia tour.



Inside you can find a computer (reportedly a Mac mini running NI’s Traktor), multiple mixers, Pioneer DJ decks, a sequencer and samplers, effect processors, custom light effects and mechanical tape reels, and even we can spot a Maschine in there as well.


Besides this, Swedish House Mafia are also currently collaborating with Ikea, on a new range of music-related products for the home. This currently includes a desk, a turntable, an armchair and a range of “remixed” Frakta bags.


In fact, Teenage Engineering has also collaborated with Ikea in the past, and is currently touting its new OP-1 field synth/sampler and the TX-6 mini mixer.


The question is, TX-6 costs £1,200, how much Teenage Engineering MOAD sell for


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