Talented keyboard players can push their instruments to the limit, but there are fundamental setbacks to the format. You can’t typically do vibrato or crescendos on a piano, for instance. A synth keyboard often gives you more flexibility with a wheel, joystick, or other doodad to articulate your playing, but musicians are always looking for new ways to create music. Enter the Expressive E Osmose, one of the most exciting takes on the synth keyboard I’ve seen to date. The Osmose can be played just like a regular keyboard, but adds a huge amount of expressiveness thanks to 49 keys that can articulate…

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