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gattobus - The Wind Forest (Analog Physical Model CELLO)

When I saw Expressive E's TOUCHE' earlier this year I thought it looked like an excellent way of extending expressivity, but at €400 it seemed a bit steep for the capability it provides. YouTuber gattobus is doing a pretty good job of convincing me otherwise in this demo jam! He's patched up an analog physical model of a Cello on his Eurorack modular synth, which sounds amazing when played with the TOUCHE'.

Video Description:

I took advantage of the amazing features of Expressive E TOUCHE' to play a physical model recreation of a classic cello built with my eurorack modular synthesizer.
I used Karplus/strong technique: a noise source through an analog BBD delay used as a resonator.
The sound may not be perfect but the sensitivity of this controller make it feel so real. :-)
You can find the patch description at the end of the video.
I hope you like it!

Reader Comments 2

touche is really good. it works with iOS as well
November 14, 2017  | person_outline ruben dari
What do you think of the Eigenharp expressiveness?
https://youtu.be/1hKP94xSWuQ?t=28s
Ok, the physical model is digital but, honestly, it’s a lot of fun to play.
(Mine is an Eigenharp Pico. Mostly using the clarinet model or MPE softsynths like ROLI Equator, Apple Mainstage (Alchemy, Sculpture…), or KV331 Synthmaster.)
November 14, 2017  | person_outline Alex Enkerli
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