Electronic Musician


We’ve seen expressive musical keyboards before, but many of them – ROLI’s Seaboard models spring immediately to mind – eschew the standard piano action in favor of something different, requiring players to adapt their technique a fair deal in order to use them.

Osmose, the new Augmented Keyboard Synthesizer from Expressive E – the company behind the impressive Touché controller – is rather different. The result of more than seven years of research, and a collaboration with Haken Audio, this has the look and feel of a standard keyboard, meaning that players should immediately feel comfortable when using it. However, the model also responds to a number of per-note gestures to give you significantly more control.

In fact, you get three dimensions of control on every single key, enabled

Você está lendo uma amostra, registre-se para ler mais.

Mais de Electronic Musician

Electronic MusicianLeitura de 4 mins
$62 masteringthemix.com Mastering The Mix first got our attention with the easy-to-use Levels metering plugin. Since then, the company has delivered some excellent plugins aimed at making your mixing and mastering tasks quicker and the outcomes so mu
Electronic MusicianLeitura de 11 mins
BJ Burton
As a member of several punk and indie rock bands, producer, songwriter and mix engineer BJ Burton began recording bands during his teenage years. More intrigued by a career in production than a life on the road, he went to engineering school and bran
Electronic MusicianLeitura de 6 mins
Logic Goes Live
For once you can agree with the hype. Apple has claimed that the latest Logic 10.5 update is the biggest since Pro X, but you could argue it’s the most important update ever. Heck, if you’re an Apple fanperson, this update might even have got you fro