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Clavia Nord Stage 88
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Clavia Nord Stage 88

Digital Synth from Clavia belonging to the Nord Stage series.

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Published on 11/22/06 at 15:35
SPECIFICATIONS in other reviews, and the Clavia site;)

UTILIZATION

Use ultra-simple: almost one button per function

SOUNDS

I am primarily a pianist, and even more if people like this keyboard for the sounds of organ and vintage keyboards, bah I'm falling in love with his piano, and his touch!

The possibility of combining sounds can give about the results stunning!

And how dynamic it was in the fingers!

Even with a P-120, an FP-5 and a RD700SX at hand is the one I prfre!

INTERESTED also a great thing, the principle of two "layers" which allows two synths in one: each section (piano, organ and synth) can be twice as active at the same time . For example, you can play the acoustic piano shuffled with the Rhode (and trs Yum-yum be shuffled)

OVERALL OPINION

It's expensive, but when you love it does not count!

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(Edit) After a few months of use, it is still going strong. But over time I realize that some small dtails would welcome: XLR symtrise and more output level would be nothing wrong apprciable.Sinon is a gem!
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