Expressive E Launch Imagine - An Impressive Modelling Collab With AAS

US Multi-dimensional acoustic tones      13/09/21

IMAGINE is a new software instrument made in collaboration with AAS - experts in physical modeling, that  allows for seamless morphing between two physical model layers that can be radically different.

As well as the intro video, there's a great sound demo here:

From what we are hearing in the demos, its really impressive.

Specs:

MacOS 10.13 // Windows 10 (M1 isn't natively supported yet) Recommended minimum CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 or ryzen 5 2600 Formats: AU / VST / VST3 64 bits only
Contains: 400 factory presets - 300 Instrument presets -150 arpeggiator presets - 200 MSEG presets

We are anticipating control of this instrument to be extremely rewarding when using something like the Expressive E Touché or even (when its released) the much anticipated Osmose - to be fair, its been a tough couple of years to delays are inevitable...

Introductory price is €83.40 from €139.

We'll be visiting Expressive É at Superbooth - be sure to check our coverage.

More information:

https://www.expressivee.com/63-imagine

 


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