Waldorf shared this no-talking demo of using the new Expressive E Osmose synthesizer as a controller for the Iridium.
They note, “Expressive E did a great job with the new Osmose synthesizer keyboard, which can also be a great companion for our Iridium. We’d like to share some impressions.”
0:37 Granular Beat Sequence
3:34 PPG Runner
5:28 The River
7:22 Vangelis Split
9:42 Bottle Bank
The Osmose features a patented mechanism, Augmented Keyboard Action (AKA), that delivers three dimensions of control on every single key. Unlike most expressive synth controllers, AKA is designed to be an extension of traditional keyboard performance.