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Clavia Nord Electro 61

Digital Piano de la marque Clavia appartenant à la série Nord Electro

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CristofcCristofc

Clavia Nord Electro 61Published on 01/17/03 at 21:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Emulator electromechanical keyboards for years 50/60/70.

Rhodes
Wurlizer
Hammond
Clavinnet D6

UTILIZATION

Easy handling and intuitive utilasteurs the original versions of the instruments will not be emulated disoriented.
The instrument is really fun to use, it is very "musical" unlike many synths on the market.

SOUNDS

No comment!
The listening was falling in love.

OVERALL OPINION

It is difficult not to become extreme with this keyboard.
For once, I think I buy a musical instrument and not a erzatz.
Only downside is difficult to trouevr in France, I had to buy it in germany mail order, plus it may be a little expensive. …
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Emulator electromechanical keyboards for years 50/60/70.

Rhodes
Wurlizer
Hammond
Clavinnet D6

UTILIZATION

Easy handling and intuitive utilasteurs the original versions of the instruments will not be emulated disoriented.
The instrument is really fun to use, it is very "musical" unlike many synths on the market.

SOUNDS

No comment!
The listening was falling in love.

OVERALL OPINION

It is difficult not to become extreme with this keyboard.
For once, I think I buy a musical instrument and not a erzatz.
Only downside is difficult to trouevr in France, I had to buy it in germany mail order, plus it may be a little expensive.
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Docteur FrogDocteur Frog

Clavia Nord Electro 61Published on 10/09/02 at 01:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The Nord Electro is Submitted in three formats: 61 notes keyboard with a touch semi sinker touches that perfectly simulates the B3 and near the Wurlitzer, 73 notes (at least as long but it is curious that of the Fender Rhodes 73) and Rack (laptop type land on any keyboard command). Ddi the formulation of sound Vintages, we can not say that the North is elctro vritablement keyboard matre but ddi is driving itself or be drive, so the number of MIDI Controller are virtually nonexistent. No Pitch, No MIDI Modulation purpose of racing and drawbars tactile SysEx can act on other machines as (K2500R-K2600R-XMC1) in quality of remote control.
The fundamental particularity of this keyboard is...…
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The Nord Electro is Submitted in three formats: 61 notes keyboard with a touch semi sinker touches that perfectly simulates the B3 and near the Wurlitzer, 73 notes (at least as long but it is curious that of the Fender Rhodes 73) and Rack (laptop type land on any keyboard command). Ddi the formulation of sound Vintages, we can not say that the North is elctro vritablement keyboard matre but ddi is driving itself or be drive, so the number of MIDI Controller are virtually nonexistent. No Pitch, No MIDI Modulation purpose of racing and drawbars tactile SysEx can act on other machines as (K2500R-K2600R-XMC1) in quality of remote control.
The fundamental particularity of this keyboard is that there is my opinion that trs little machine capable of reproducing these types of sounds. Even if I like the sounds of the Hammond XK-2 or the Roland VK, The Nord Electro possde dynamics and grain than any other machine possde. Having made my beginners and a Hohner D6 and Wurtz. I found similar sensations with this instrument.
The effects are excellent and sufficient. Much as REPRESENTATIVES: Chorus, reverb, distortion, cab (s) leslie, percussion, etc..

UTILIZATION

The configuration and ergonomics of the machine is simple, that does not mean lgre. Programming is easy and intuitive. The edition of the sound is enjoyable on scne trs, more can be "dbrayer" the machine module in module Keyboard Organ in the blink of an eye and vice versa. The Nord Electro possde trs trs a big sound. More and more music professionals now use this keyboard 61/73 notes.

SOUNDS

The sounds are monstrous !!!!!! No ingnieur professional sound and sensitive DEFINITIONS an original sound type can not be insensitive to the Nord Electro. Its dynamics and its heat audible FontUnit trs versatile instrument. One may regret the ct mat of Roland VK8 but on a sound system, everything is adjustable. YAPAPHOTO.

One can regret the quality of sound and Bright Classic Pianos that are a bit out of play by rapprot sounding Fender Rhodes, B3, Clavinet, Wurlitzer etc.. From the manufacturer APRS everything is in order with the new OS version. Esr updatable because the toy, if you dish!!

OVERALL OPINION

I worked with the Nord Electro when it was released and made a run in France. It's a really good keyboard and I have no parallle REFERENCE to report on a qualitprix. Even if I find out the VK8, the Nord Electro rpond Espree what is of such a machine. I try the Roland VK-8, Korg C3, Hammond XB2, XK2 Hammond XM1 & XMc1 Hammond B3 module Voce and Vk7 and Roland VK77 and even Emu B3 module.
And then?
All dpend the plane on which it is located over the ide we have of it ....

Nord Electro 61!
Well, good. Dr. Frog
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lanquaremlanquarem

Clavia Nord Electro 61Published on 06/11/04 at 02:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Emulation Rhodes, Wurlitzer, clavinet, B3

Section effects (flanger, chorus, wah), overdrive, Leslie simulation, especially for the organ section 9 drawbars that can implement the same sound with a real Manir (LED zippers and not mcaniques, but works the same Manir)

In short: a few well-chosen sounds trs and top quality for fans of electro. (I do not mean classical piano we all apparently agree that it should be fired and replaced, for example, by one of Rhodes supplmentaires on offer on the Clavia site, which could not be easier with a USB cable)

UTILIZATION

Trs simple to use, once you know how taient conus original instruments, which poses no problem because the manual is very...…
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Emulation Rhodes, Wurlitzer, clavinet, B3

Section effects (flanger, chorus, wah), overdrive, Leslie simulation, especially for the organ section 9 drawbars that can implement the same sound with a real Manir (LED zippers and not mcaniques, but works the same Manir)

In short: a few well-chosen sounds trs and top quality for fans of electro. (I do not mean classical piano we all apparently agree that it should be fired and replaced, for example, by one of Rhodes supplmentaires on offer on the Clavia site, which could not be easier with a USB cable)

UTILIZATION

Trs simple to use, once you know how taient conus original instruments, which poses no problem because the manual is very well done on this trsdtaill point: one finds the explanation of all Controller located on the Clavinet, B3 and the other ... and Manir (trs Fidler) which renders these features Clavia Nord Electro on

The edition is very simple

The manual is perfect

SOUNDS

Sounds (except piano, again) are a vritable rve. I did my first concert with last night and I would not touch ground I felt so beautiful and powerful!

The organ! Finally an organ sound brutal, mchant, dulcor not like other synths. Something sharp that will fit in!

The Rhodes, Ah! The Rhodes. The clavinet ... good j'arrte

In addition to the keyboard has a touch trs enjoyable to play percussion .... was lucky, at least for me.

OVERALL OPINION

I got this week, I had RV for years.

Expensive but worth it, at least for me who used it mainly dj electric pianos, organs and clavinets on my big Triton studio twenty tons will be able to stay home now in the heart of my home studio.

I DCID buying by reading the favorable reviews on AudioFanzine trs. At the very least silent to come add my two cents ...

Small precision: I do not work at Clavia, my girlfriend either.
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LsanLsan

Clavia Nord Electro 61Published on 11/03/04 at 06:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See previous ones opinion ...

my opinion is low on a test store, dj APRS have had the opportunity to see it with someone ...

So please note that it is an opinion hot, only two hours of testing, which takes into account what I think be a report quality / price.

UTILIZATION

To avoid the doc, we can say that this keyboard has a friendly ... CASC selection of sounds and effects by knob or button, nothing complicated.

in terms of physical product itself:
- The keyboard is mdiocre ... nothing to do with a keyboard heavy, well-sr, and if you compare with keyboard master basic info, nothing more point ... well, blah ...
- The construction seems to me plutt cheap, lightweight is...…
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See previous ones opinion ...

my opinion is low on a test store, dj APRS have had the opportunity to see it with someone ...

So please note that it is an opinion hot, only two hours of testing, which takes into account what I think be a report quality / price.

UTILIZATION

To avoid the doc, we can say that this keyboard has a friendly ... CASC selection of sounds and effects by knob or button, nothing complicated.

in terms of physical product itself:
- The keyboard is mdiocre ... nothing to do with a keyboard heavy, well-sr, and if you compare with keyboard master basic info, nothing more point ... well, blah ...
- The construction seems to me plutt cheap, lightweight is ok, but seems somewhat fragile cel ...
- The quality of the knobs, it's plastic does not look very strong ...
- I t tonn see the choice they made for the "dash" of the organ: it is like a mouse, it's buttons, you click on it rp tribution to vary the sound ... nothing to do with real drawbars organ to play it live plutt means.

SOUNDS

Sounds, it is the I do not understand the various opinions. I t trs trs of trsdsagrablement!

- Acoustic pianos blah, ok, everyone says ...
- Organs: all take a B4, it is better (a shame)
- Electrical: I think that also give different VSTis much better ... I do not speak even sounds samples of Rhodes and others that I have cost the sweating ... DO has transpired the digital background ... sounds cool and all rights, with what I could see little paramtres hacking sound ...

- Effects: no reverb, cruel missing, the rest seemed correct, but given the basic sounds ... really means to realize ...

Gnrale dynamics as it is in the same vein, has seemed relatively flat ...

I'm beginning to understand, in retrospect, why a guy I bought used for my little presonus BLUETUBE Global Warming this keyboard ...

OVERALL OPINION

J'tais trs attracted by this keyboard because of the enthusiasm that surrounded, for its weight also lightweight, have a very easy transport. I was looking mostly acoustic piano, for a live view could have done, and j'tais sduit by other instrumentals for my recording needs etc ...

trs big disappointment: the weakness of the acoustic piano would be a sign of core samples mdiocres, I see it applied to all sounds almost as clear buy ... VSTis the corresponding best, or the sampler with a good cd sampler ...

on the acoustic piano, I test the Yam ct P90, no contest ... the diffrence in terms of construction, as touching his ...

I know in comparison: B4, EVP73, any sound samples that I take in my life that ASR10 almost alone, P90 or real acoustic pianos ... and demos of various programs and samplers costs right left ...

short, this BCAN is overrated for a prohibitive price: 1500 euros for a plastic bot mdiocres with sounds ... I'm from ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Clavia
  • Model: Nord Electro 61
  • Series: Nord Electro
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 07/08/2008

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Other names: nord electro 61, nordelectro61, nordelectro 61, nord electro61

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