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Clavia Nord Stage 2 73
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Clavia Nord Stage 2 73

Digital Synth from Clavia belonging to the Nord Stage 2 series.

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«  Red or red with anger joy! »

Publié le 02/01/13 à 09:43
The SW73 is the most compact family Nord Stage 2 is composed of three brothers. Less than 10 pounds and a keyboard 73 keys weighted seedling, the youngest of the siblings is intended for organists! His two little brothers are equipped with them a heavy hit more suitable for pianists.
After a medical examination led we find exactly the same functions of the three brothers! It would therefore heterokaryotic monozygotic twins! To be more clear, apart from their physical appearance they are all three identical.

The Nord Stage is what we call a keyboard scene ... I can already hear guitarists laugh "A good! Other keyboards are made for what then? ".

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UTILIZATION

Clavia has always cared for the user interface are all parameters are accessible directly. 1 = 1 function button. The Nord Stage keeps this principle although many functions, such as the "split" need to simultaneously press two buttons: button + shift knob split.


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SOUNDS

Overall the sounds are very pleasant ...



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OVERALL OPINION

I used a Nord Electro for over 10 years. Being a fan of synthesizer I wish to take a course north to replace and combine the sounds of piano and organ vintage 70s with synthetic sounds.



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