MATRIXSYNTH: Expressive E Osmose sound design work in progress

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Expressive E Osmose sound design work in progress


Published on Mar 19, 2020 Expressive E

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1. Osmose sound design work in progress #1
Shot beginning of March 2020 at the Expressive E office, this video is giving a sneak peek at the current state of 8 sounds that our in-house sound designers are programming using the EaganMatrix by Haken Audio, the synth engine that will be internal to Osmose.

These sounds range from different categories such as classic synth sounds, FM keys, cinematic pads, lo-fi experiments and crazy effects, all taking advantage of the new keybed interactions offered by Expressive E's Augmented Keyboard Action©.

Audio recorded at 44,1kHz, 24bit with a Native Instruments Komplete Audio Mk1 without further processing.

While development of the industrialized prototype is going according to plan, the unit shown is still the same prototype unit that appeared in earlier videos. Creating it involved 3d printing techniques as well as manual labour by our engineers, meaning that you can see some irregularities in the keybed. The final, industrialized model will certainly not show such tolerances and will feature a flawless, even keybed
2. Osmose sound design work in progress #2
Shot at the Expressive E office, this video is giving a sneak peek at the current state of 8 sounds that our in-house sound designers are programming using the EaganMatrix by Haken Audio, the synth engine that will be internal to Osmose.
3. Osmose sound design work in progress #3
Shot beginning of March 2020 at the Expressive E office, this video is giving a sneak peek at the current state of new sounds that our in-house sound designers are programming using the EaganMatrix by Haken Audio, the synth engine that will be internal to Osmose.

These sounds range from different categories such as classic synth sounds, FM keys, cinematic pads, lo-fi experiments and crazy effects, all taking advantage of the new keybed interactions offered by Expressive E's Augmented Keyboard Action©.

Audio recorded at 44,1kHz, 24bit with a Native Instruments Komplete Audio Mk1 without further processing.

While the development of the industrialized prototype is going according to plan, the unit shown is still the same prototype unit that appeared in earlier videos. Creating it involved 3d printing techniques as well as manual labor by our engineers, meaning that you can see some irregularities in the keybed. The final, industrialized model will certainly not show such tolerances and will feature a flawless, even keybed, compare the renders on our website: www.expressivee.com/discover-osmose

Credit:
Performed by: The Elements
Video: Samsara prod http://samsaraprod.com/

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