In time for the 10th anniversary of the first Electro, Clavia introduces the new Nord Electro 4D SW 61.
The 7kg Electro 4D sports a 61-key Semi Weighted Waterfall key bed and the drawbars found on the Nord C2D, as well as support for Sound Libraries.
The Organ section features a new tone wheel engine derived from the Nord C2D. The Click-modeling has been improved and there’s a new Rotary Speaker simulation with a new Drive.
The Nord Electro 4D supports Long Release suitable for legato playing and selectable String Resonance. Handling programs can be performed with 4 Program Banks and 4 Live Locations. The Effect section now includes a new Delay Effect with tap-tempo, rate, amount and a stereo Ping-Pong mode and the USB port doubles as an USB-MIDI interface.
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