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Clavia Nord Electro 2 73

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funkypopol's review

By funkypopol, 19/02/2010
? For how long have you been using it? Soon, since one year
? Have you tried many other models before acqurir? yes: roland vk7, hammond xb-2, Roland expander with expansion card sr-jv 80 vintage viscount db-3, etc..
? What is the specific feature you like best, the least? more: the sounds hammond, rhodes, clavinet & wurly are monstrous and settings will with a grain indniable thanks especially the overdrive that allows "dirty" sound to make more roots. featherweight is also a strong argument when we turn a little.
Less: the touch is ideal for the organ, but a little too light to play Rhodes or Wurly. The acoustic piano sounds are very average.
How would you rate the report qualitprix? it is an investment, but is fully justified!
? With exprience, you do again this election? ... Without hsitation yes!

For electro electroacoustic

By tri.ton, 12/02/2013
on all products Strong points are low electro 2 is no exception to this rule. However, the distance between the good and bad qualities and whose cases present to the least important. Manichaeism without or binary analysis, it is clear imbalance in the quality of instruments available only electroacoustic pianos are of interest the device, leaving the rhodes mk 2, wurlitzer 200a, PO Box 80 have multiple samples that give them an authenticity and realism made it almost identical to the originals over effects (phasing tremolo overdrive) increases the variety of sounds possible by instrument, which gives a remarkable range sound., but its qualities not found in other instruments.

It's solid!

By Claudiquant, 02/02/2014
I use it for 4 years now, it comes more often see scenes and did a bit of computer music and suffered my exercises at home.
I tested a few models before you buy, in roland, yahama, kawai, korg ... I tested its big brother the north course that really attracted me. I wanted a keyboard together the rhythmic sounds of the game kind funk / hip-hop / reggae.
I finally fonçé the Nord Electro when the right opportunity had come.
This keyboard is great for the scene. It is not very heavy and concentrated everything a funky / groovy / reggae (wo) man can want. Emulations of clavinettes and rhodes are very satisfactory (even today). The organ is also very good, obviously it starts to be less at the forefront as the latest emulations emerging Clavia but the sound generation still defends well and does its job.
The downside concern velocity, the expression is a fair bit although quite playable. Featherweight gear also like the fact that it is a semi-weighted touch (organ type) and it does not offer optimum comfort for playing or rhodes piano for example. The piano sounds are also below the rest. The other downside is the fact that the keyboard is not splitable once all that in mind you know what to expect.
A sound bank is directly chargeable to the Clavia site and has the option to put in his beast what is available.
The price / quality ratio is really good, it is not cheap as the solid construction of the machine (Clavia excels) and the use for which it is intended must necessarily cost a ball in the construction / design. But who wants solid Clavia wants.
I remake this choice because I am quite satisfied.
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Clavia Nord Electro 2 73 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Clavia
  • Model:Nord Electro 2 73
  • Series:Nord Electro 2
  • Category:Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 08/31/2009

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