Expressive E Touché Hands-On Demo

This video, via BoBeats, takes a look at Expressive E Touché – a new device that lets you add expressive control to your existing gear.

The Touché has 4 expression controls, with mechanical force feedback & sensibility adjusting. 

Connectivity options include:

  • 4 CV/Gate Output (3.5mm) with -10V / +10V maximum range
  • 1 MIDI input & 1 MIDI output (3.5mm jack with MIDI adapter)
  • 1 Type B USB port

Here’s a video demo from the 2016 NAMM Show, featuring Expressive E’s Arthur Bouflet, who demonstrates the Touché’s capabilities:

Pricing and Availability

The Expressive E Touché is available now for €399.00.

If you’ve used the Touché, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it!

11 thoughts on “Expressive E Touché Hands-On Demo

  1. For an iPod or iPhone:
    If there is a ‘gymble’ / joystick style of holder, where you can seat the idevice, then you could use the Apps that convert motion expression movements into MIDI data.

    1. Yeah I don’t see the appeal either. Being a Roli owner, I can see how useful it is to have the extra tactile expressive control. But this is bulky and ugly. Surely they could have come up with a more elegant solution than this?

  2. I use a space navigator for this, but there is no native midi support from 3dconnexion on it. I’ve also tried the expressive e in Brighton and it’s well built and quite sensitive.

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