Expressive-E updates Lié control software
Expressive-E, the company behind the innovative Touché instrument that allows users to control the sound of synthesisers with the pressure of a hand has announced a major update with the hardware presets. With Lié 1.2 Expressive E adds 50 new presets to the list, all ready to be played out of the box with the bundled player UVI Workstation. They are based on the factory presets from a selection of modern synthesisers, and now feature full parameter mapping instead of just CC renaming, making the experience even more plug-and play than before, UK distributor Source claims.
Expressive E is adding new third-party plug-ins to the list of software presets for Touché. Already included were Native Instruments Massive, Prism, and Razor, and Lennar Digital Sylenth1. This update brings new presets for Native Instruments Monark, U-He Diva, Reveal Sound Spire, KV331 Synthmaster, and Arturia Mini V, SEM V and ARP 2600.
Info: www.sourcedistribution.co.uk and https://www.expressivee.com/touche/overview
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