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Clavia Nord Electro 4D
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Clavia Nord Electro 4D

Digital Piano from Clavia belonging to the Nord Electro 4 series.

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"Nice but expensive"

Clavia Nord Electro 4DPublished on 10/30/12 at 22:50
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).

UTILIZATION

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.

SOUNDS

Nord actually......
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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).

UTILIZATION

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.

SOUNDS

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.

OVERALL OPINION

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.
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" evolution but not revolution ..."

Clavia Nord Electro 4DPublished on 01/26/13 at 10:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Keyboard 61 keys with a light touch and at the same time perfectly usable on pianos for those who like it.

The memory is just too over the pianos on site NORTH

The memory is just too also what is the NORTH library, you get quickly out of memory and it is a bit frustrating.

UTILIZATION

I'm here to put forward these qualities, large defects for me North electro 4

1 / I do not like not being able to use the compressor with the amps because they are all placed on one single function.


2/justement I love to mix one with a flange phaser or tremolo with a wha wha ... Anyway I would like more opportunity to programming effects which are all excellent.

3 / I think that in 2013......
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Keyboard 61 keys with a light touch and at the same time perfectly usable on pianos for those who like it.

The memory is just too over the pianos on site NORTH

The memory is just too also what is the NORTH library, you get quickly out of memory and it is a bit frustrating.

UTILIZATION

I'm here to put forward these qualities, large defects for me North electro 4

1 / I do not like not being able to use the compressor with the amps because they are all placed on one single function.


2/justement I love to mix one with a flange phaser or tremolo with a wha wha ... Anyway I would like more opportunity to programming effects which are all excellent.

3 / I think that in 2013 a larger LCD screen with backup names (like northern internship) program would be useful for the scene.

4 / I think the organ (génial!) on some programming tends to saturate on some notes and no other and with the use of the phonic wheel you can not use compressor which avoid these problems, in short compressor output is sorely lacking at this general north electro.

5 / I find that the memory could be doubled, it is just the current state ...

6 / drawbars on the organ does not store locations which can be annoying in live use.

And finally I think the keyboard is a bit noisy but great fun to use.

Anyway, I think for the price there are many points to improve, but we must also admit that the sound level I have not found anything better in this price range.

On the plus side I would say B3 organ in version 2 really changed, it is more credible and lively and fun to use, once it is used in zippers is very nice but spoiled by lack of storage position.

Another important point is the contribution of the afternoon by the usb (which works fine) this is my additional criteria that made me buy a North electro4 rather than three

SOUNDS

The B3 is just killing and alone justifies the investment northern electro 4D

Pianos are as always excellent and very musical as usual at NORTH

I think it is time to change the sounds of electric pianos compared to the competition by providing the resonance musical example? OR even more realism to the sounds of blades buttons brief improvements in the realistic electric pianos.

Northern Library bookstore is great, especially with the mélotro but it still lacks a lot of variety of sounds.

OVERALL OPINION

I find the high value for money.
There is no better on the market a keyboard built for stage and studio with good piano and organ samples + library and general instruments still in constant evolution.

When you're like me accustomed to the sound of the first north from north Elecro, we have a hard time without it and finds herself with soulless instruments as soon as you want to change creamer.

The build quality is exemplary, this is what we do best on the market

Made in the BIG + is the sound of the B3 which alone gives a good reason to choose a north face electro4D 3 and also the midi output via USB that allows utilsation these plugins favorites if not for the rest there is not even memory improvement ...

With hindsight at my purchase if I knew the release of version 73 keys with doubled memory, I may be waiting a bit, but compact and zippers gives a lot of charm I think.
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  • Manufacturer: Clavia
  • Model: Nord Electro 4D
  • Series: Nord Electro 4
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 03/19/2012

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Other names: nordelectro 4d, nordelectro4d, nord electro 4 d, nordelectro4 d, nord electro4d, nord electro 4d

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