MATRIXSYNTH: EXPRESSIVE E TOUCHE REVIEW + UNBOXING + DEMO

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Monday, September 11, 2017

EXPRESSIVE E TOUCHE REVIEW + UNBOXING + DEMO


Published on Sep 11, 2017 once upon a synth

"This is a Expressive E Touche review, unboxing and short demo. This is more of a first impressions video than a comprehensive review. I begin by unboxing the unit, talking about it briefly, sharing my initial thoughts and then doing a short demo with the Roland System 100 Model 101 vintage analog synth.

The Expressive E Touche controller is an expression controller that you can play with your hands. It includes a piece of wood that you touch and which is suspended on a series of springs. You can push it down from the top or bottom or rock it side to side. You can then assign up to 4 CV outputs and up to 4 MIDI CC values to control either digital or analog gear. You can also connect it via USB to control software instruments. You can also program your own presets and load them directly onto the unit to use standalone. Think of it like an expression pedal meets aftertouch on steroids.

My first impressions are that it feels really nice to the touch. It's really well designed and feels solid and sturdy.

Stay tuned to future videos where I will be pairing the touche with a eurorack modular and other synths."

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