Fear not, though, because its developers are still hard at work on the prototype; in fact, they’re currently beavering away on an updated version that promises new sounds and features that haven’t previously been announced.
We should get more news on this in the second quarter of the year, but it’s not the only thing Expressive E is working on. There’s also a new soft synth, Noisy, in development, which works by feeding a noise generator into a bank of resonators. As you might expect, this is designed to work particularly well with expressive controllers.
Speaking of which, Lié, the companion software for Expressive E’s existing Touché range of controllers, is also getting an update. This will add workflow improvements and contain a new free sound expansion known as Carbone.
You can find out more about all of these products on the Expressive E website.