Clavia is introducing its Nord Electro with Hammer Action, sporting a classic 73-key E-E range keybed.
The new Nord Electro 3 HP includes the features of the original Nord Electro 3, like the compatibility with the Nord Piano and Nord Sample Libraries including the Mellotron and Chamberlin sounds, the tonewheel and transistor modeling of the Nord C1 organ and Rotary speaker simulation.
The product has 4 Dynamic Curves and a new selectable Long Release is designed to add a nice touch when playing legato parts.
The company also says they have added a new Delay Effect with tap-tempo, rate, amount and a stereo Ping-Pong mode.
The number of Live Locations has been increased from 1 to 4. Program access now requires fewer buttons to push to find specific programs.
The Nord Electro 3 HP weighs 11 kg (24.25lbs) and includes mounts for the height-adjustable Keyboard Stand EX (optional accessory) and the Music Stand EX (optional accessory). Dimensions: 1078×121×344 mm (42.4×4.8×13.5").
Control Pedal compatibility includes: Yamaha FC7, Roland EV-5/7, Korg EXP2/XVP10 and Fatar VP-25.
The Nord Electro 3 HP is handmade in Stockholm, Sweden by Clavia DMI and is scheduled to ship in late April 2011.
No pricing info yet.
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