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Nice but expensive - Reviews Clavia Nord Electro 4D

The Clad Nord Electro 4D has some amazing sounds, the organs are perfect. I normally don’t like organs on newer synths but the organs on the Clad Nord Electro 4D shocked me big time. The Clad Nord Electro 4D is a 61 key synth that can also be used as a MIDI controller if you want it to be one. There are no speakers on this keyboard so you will need to have the audio running out to your DAW or external sound source (speakers).


The keys on the Clad Nord Electro 4D feel pretty good, they are semi weighted and have a nice feel to them even when you first play the 4D. The keys do not need to be broken in, they will feel great right out of the box.


Nord actually surprised me with this keyboard synth because they put some solid effects in to it. Some of my favorite effects are the tremolo, auto-wah, and chorus. But it does have some really good reverb types and it will let you pick from 6 different reverb styles like stage and hall. If you want to use the Clad Nord Electro 4D live it will be really easy to pick your patches and change your sounds on the fly. The Clad Nord Electro 4D has 4 live memory locations and they will automatically save for you without you even having to tell it to.


I would recommend this keyboard to a lot of musicians, mainly live musicians. But the issue is the price, it cost a lot of money. If you are into electronic music this keyboard will be perfect for you if you can afford it. If I could go back, I probably would not buy this keyboard again because of the price. I could have spent that money on other gear and got more stuff for that amount of money.