We had a visit from Expressive E the other day, who came down to show is their Touché controller. You may have seen it and wondered what it does - accomplished player Arthur Bouflet, showed us just that.
Touché recently had an update to include plugin and hardware named parameter mappings as well as improved plug-in scanning for the host Lié software.
Touché gives you a more physical way to control up to eight MIDI parameters with 4 axes of pressure as well as four CV channels to control your hardware and software instruments (or anything else which responds).
It is an extremely sensitive control surface with four axes of movement, handled by a novel control mechanism. It works in both standalone and host mode, with 64 internal controller map and setups stored in the unit. The Lié software package will also host your virtual instruments too, and it comes with a special Touché-specific version of UVI workstation with 50+ patches that are specifically programmed to be played with the Touché.