High Praise New Controller Touché - Little Info though

US Ade Utley, Matt Robertson, John Baggot all waxing lyrical      18/01/16

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The new controller from Expressive E - Touché has entered the final phase of its teaser campaign. This video we get some pretty big names in synth and production  - Adrian Utley - Portishead, Matt Roberston - Bjørk, John Baggot - Massive Attack, Portishead, Robert Plant and Rone are all saying just how much they like the Touché, although sadly there is very little additional information.

However with a little application of brightness and contrast via your favourite image processing tool, you might find an image with reveals more  Touché Exposé on might say- although to be honest it doesn't so much.

Touché exposé

Of course, we head to LA for NAMM 2016 in a matter of hours and have booked in to see what all the fuss is about - you'll just have to wait and see..

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