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Clavia Nord Electro Rack

Digital Synth Rack/Sound Module from Clavia belonging to the Nord Electro series

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Clavia Nord Electro RackPublished on 10/29/05 at 12:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Rack,
lation of electro-mcaniques keyboards (Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Clavinet, B3, CP80 ..
complte connectors

USE

Everything is simple

SONORITS

10/10 for Rhodes
9/10 Wurlitzer, PC, clavinet
6/10 acoustic piano

NOTICE GLOBAL

I've had many keyboards, organizer of Crumar, Wurlitzer, Rhodes, juno60, DX7, Clavinova cvp55, gem ps2500, tyros, karma, pa1xpro, fp5.

What jaime, this is playing (or trying) without taking my head, without spending hours trying to figure stuff I can not understand, and the beautiful sounds.

Today, I play with friends (jazz, fusion) and I still have the FP5 and Rhodes. Rhodes, I keep it, this is heavy (euphmisme), not practical, but magical...…
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Rack,
lation of electro-mcaniques keyboards (Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Clavinet, B3, CP80 ..
complte connectors

USE

Everything is simple

SONORITS

10/10 for Rhodes
9/10 Wurlitzer, PC, clavinet
6/10 acoustic piano

NOTICE GLOBAL

I've had many keyboards, organizer of Crumar, Wurlitzer, Rhodes, juno60, DX7, Clavinova cvp55, gem ps2500, tyros, karma, pa1xpro, fp5.

What jaime, this is playing (or trying) without taking my head, without spending hours trying to figure stuff I can not understand, and the beautiful sounds.

Today, I play with friends (jazz, fusion) and I still have the FP5 and Rhodes. Rhodes, I keep it, this is heavy (euphmisme), not practical, but magical .Jadore vintage sounds (Rhodes and B3 above all) so the Nord Electro mattirait since I heard few demos and read some tests.

The Jenvisageais sell everything and sacheter Nordstage, but it is expensive, and heavy keyboard with fatar sr not that I do not regret my FP5. Steering rack!

Jarrive home I connected directly to the fp5 and everything works the first time! OUF! !dropoff Window

On the clavia, nor that he has not japprcie dcran only buttons and knobs. A guy with an IQ dhutre must understand how it works. This is my case.

Sounds: this is the slap for Rhodes, never heard such imitation (jen and I have a branch on an amp Roland JC 120!), With the touch of FP5 this is the dream of! potato, the attack, gentleness, harmonics, and all keys back! Some effects, distortion and everything goes.

The organ, this is a little longer explore with zippers, but it's excellent (be compared with the Roland VK8) leslie top, rglables clicks.

Wurlitzer great (better than I remembered, with real)

clavinet top (but everyone made good clavinets now)

cp 80 of yam impeccable (I nutilise not sure what its actually),

acoustic piano, hum the flop, it's a bonus gift clavia (bonux gift!), it can go into a little but qualisant compar other sounds, this is low.

Even when it lacks a reverb in the effects, why?

I made a set with lAX7, sound b3, Aebersold on this night, solo! Good trip I tell you.

I just douvrir doc (in franais) I see quon can add new sounds that are on a CD (supplied), I just load an emulation of Rhodes Mark V, that of Corea in 'Electic band, superb!

In short foot for a light weight.

+ Ease of use, weight, height, looks and sounds that kill (on his Rhodes 2 minjai found the sonorits Cora, style: spain version of n1, Crystal silence, and electric band was also dHerbie sounds Headhunters and those utiliss by Bill Evans (crystalline with Harmonics) in "from the left to the right."

-: Acoustic piano sound, no reverb, jaurais aim emulation of a Moog and Arp, had total vintage, price unattractive to departure
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  • Manufacturer: Clavia
  • Model: Nord Electro Rack
  • Series: Nord Electro
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/16/2004

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Other names: nord electro rack, nordelectrorack

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