This contains elements of both physical modelling and subtractive synthesis, and is said to use the principles of acoustic resonance - think of the way that a string vibrates - to liven up electronic and acoustic sounds.
You get three resonators, each with two layers that can be occupied by a subtractive synthesis ‘dimension’ and a physical modelling one. Each preset (more than 400 are included) can be manipulated in four dimensions - either individually or together. Unsurprisingly, Expressive E suggests that its Touche controllers are ideal for doing this.
There are also effects that can be manipulated in real-time, giving you even more opportunities for expression.
Noisy is available now for PC and Mac in 64-bit VST/AU formats. It costs €149, but you can currently get it at a 40% discount using the code Sound on the Expressive E website.