At Superbooth 2021, Expressive E was showing the latest prototype of their upcoming Osmose synthesizer.
The Osmose uses the same synth engine as the Haken Continuum, Eaganmatrix. Eaganmatrix has been tailored to real-time per-note expressive control. What makes the Osmose unique, though, is that it implements high-resolution per-note expressive control with piano keys. This makes it easy for experienced players to adapt to, building on their existing technique.
This demo focuses primarily on the performance capabilities of the Osmose keyboard, including discrete control over attack and dynamics, polyphonic aftertouch, vibrato, glide and more.
Pricing and Availability
The Expressive E Osmose is currently under development and is expected to be available by the end of 2021, priced at $1799.