Expressive E makes Touché compatible with Windows


Expressive E, the company behind the innovative and unique expressive instrument Touché, are pleased to announce that Touché and its companion software application Lié are now fully compatible with Windows 10. This update is free of charge, and opens the door for Windows 10 users to take advantage of the unique possibilities of the Touché hardware.

Touché allows musicians to modulate multiple parameters of hardware synthesizers, analogue synthesizers or plug-ins using just the touch of their hands. It responds to the lightest movement, giving the user immediate and intuitive control of their sound.

Touché features the ability to modulate multiple parameters via USB, MIDI and four CV outputs, and can be used standalone via the use of its 24 internal memory locations. Lié, its companion software, allows for standalone configuration of Touché, as well as the hosting of third-party plug-in instruments, and is the host for a broad range of included sounds which are playable ‘out of the box’.

Previously only compatible with OSX 10.10 and lower, the inclusion of full Windows 10 compatibility is set to grow the user base even further. The update is available to download from the Expressive E website now.

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To celebrate the release of Lié for Windows, Expressive E shared a new artist video with Johan Dalgaard. Born in Denmark but living in Paris, Johan Dalgaard is a professional keyboardist that has worked with numerous artists, such as Johnny Hallyday, Yael Naim, Cassius, Damien Saez, Oxmo Puccino, M, Calogero and Camille. In this video he plays a composition made with a Moog Sub 37 connected to an Expressive E Touché :

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