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Clavia Nord Stage EX 76
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Digital Synth from Clavia belonging to the Nord Stage EX series.

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  • Clavia Nord Stage EX 76Publié le 01/11/10 à 03:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Keyboard 76 keys, touch similar to that of a Rhodes Mark 2 or upright piano.
    256MB. Can read the latest XLR samples with the resonance of the strings.

    USE

    We find what made the success of the Nord Electro and Nord Stage. Simple and effective use.

    SOUNDS

    The new samples Piano XLR excellent sounds. No need to put reverb. The piano lives under my fingers.
    My favorite Rhodes is the "Deep Rhodes"

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Transportable version 76 it fits in a car trunk without folding seat.
    I suggest taking the cover and Clavia Clavia feet. Everything fits into the cover. It is a joy.
    I bought € 2,378 in Music Stars (which was so aligned "Payback & Piano" and "studio"), but I......
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    Keyboard 76 keys, touch similar to that of a Rhodes Mark 2 or upright piano.
    256MB. Can read the latest XLR samples with the resonance of the strings.

    USE

    We find what made the success of the Nord Electro and Nord Stage. Simple and effective use.

    SOUNDS

    The new samples Piano XLR excellent sounds. No need to put reverb. The piano lives under my fingers.
    My favorite Rhodes is the "Deep Rhodes"

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Transportable version 76 it fits in a car trunk without folding seat.
    I suggest taking the cover and Clavia Clavia feet. Everything fits into the cover. It is a joy.
    I bought € 2,378 in Music Stars (which was so aligned "Payback & Piano" and "studio"), but I think the price has increased in recent days.
    Since we can have ultra versatile piano sounds Rhodes wurly, Clavinet, organ, Farfisa, analog synth, synthesizer DX7
    with effects, MIDI controller, depending Split 2/3 Zones, pitch bend and modulation wheel.
    The touch is what I've seen better so far.
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  • For stage

    Clavia Nord Stage EX 76Publié le 10/13/11 à 06:43
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    Keyboard stage with all the front and the ability to easily manage your library (with or without the computer)

    UTILIZATION

    The buttons / knobs fall under the fingers, all parameters are on the front so it's going fast, very fast.
    Simple pretty effective practice (must love the red)
    Well, they could find us feet that are a little stiffer.

    SOUNDS

    Ah, the sounds, what happiness. I played on the Roland 300SX, GX 700, Clavinova, Yamaha ... but nothing beats the Nord Stage.
    The Rhodes: why we buy
    The Piano: The piano sounds are constantly being reworked by Clavia, and a free download on the Internet. The latest versions of the Yamaha C3 and Stenway are fabulous: deep,......
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    Keyboard stage with all the front and the ability to easily manage your library (with or without the computer)

    UTILIZATION

    The buttons / knobs fall under the fingers, all parameters are on the front so it's going fast, very fast.
    Simple pretty effective practice (must love the red)
    Well, they could find us feet that are a little stiffer.

    SOUNDS

    Ah, the sounds, what happiness. I played on the Roland 300SX, GX 700, Clavinova, Yamaha ... but nothing beats the Nord Stage.
    The Rhodes: why we buy
    The Piano: The piano sounds are constantly being reworked by Clavia, and a free download on the Internet. The latest versions of the Yamaha C3 and Stenway are fabulous: deep, sympathetic resonance, attacque of the note by the fingers ... the richness of the sound of an acoustic piano has been restored.
    Organs: Why lug a B3 + Leslie when you can have only 23 kg of Nord Stage. The B3 are nickels. My father was organist and when I did play on the NS, he was disgusted de'entendre a big sound out of a small keyboard.
    The synth part: it is the northern most basic electro but I believe.
    Effects: no bad effects. The effect section is superbly planned: easy to use and intuitive. Above all, finally, a keypad with effects worthy of the name. (My favorite: autowah2, reverb, comp, drive, pan)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Nothing beats the NS! Why do you say? I respond to that and for what?
    Who: pianist who wants to play and not one who wants to program. It solves all potentiometers on the front and when his appointment is, we do STORE.
    Why: the stage, repeated the work at home.

    In comparison, the Korg SV1 is cold to the sound level.
    The ES90 yamaha are good but less depth than a keyboard.
    The Roland 700 ah the headphone is pretty as her, but plugged into a sound system, it will by no means the same result.
    VPiano Roland: OK, the NSOs grand piano is a little better (a little only) but the price is changing: € 5 400 today
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  • Clavia Nord Stage EX 76Publié le 02/03/10 à 01:15
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    Here it is I broke down. I hesitated with the sv 1-73 of korg but I chose the keyboard, the touch is really a success. I could not make me touch the north electronica 3. Having trained as a piano (jazz). I was always a bit frustrated when I played on the North electro3, I was very pleased by the cons rhodes and organ.

    The keyboard on the ex nordstage used perfectly meets my expectations, my speed has increased and other Rhodes and Wurlitzer sounds is very persuasive. Remains the organ, I think to be quite honest that this type of keyboard is not ideal for the B3.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, easy to install SoundManager pc can manage all the sounds of nordstage.

    very easy to use.......
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    Here it is I broke down. I hesitated with the sv 1-73 of korg but I chose the keyboard, the touch is really a success. I could not make me touch the north electronica 3. Having trained as a piano (jazz). I was always a bit frustrated when I played on the North electro3, I was very pleased by the cons rhodes and organ.

    The keyboard on the ex nordstage used perfectly meets my expectations, my speed has increased and other Rhodes and Wurlitzer sounds is very persuasive. Remains the organ, I think to be quite honest that this type of keyboard is not ideal for the B3.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, easy to install SoundManager pc can manage all the sounds of nordstage.

    very easy to use. but the synth part must be a little more complex (I never got served).

    SOUNDS

    The pianos are very interresting and a realism that is impressive. My ear became somewhat sanitized by the sound of Yamaha digital pianos I had (CP33 - P90 - P120). Too clean. The one approaches the sound of a real grand piano that can be heard in reality.

    The piano sound Yamaha c3 is really the one I prefer. Steinway is one of the less convincing for me. Uprights are also great. the schimmel is superb ....

    I had a little trouble at first with the reverb but it is now it is fact. The dynamics of the sound is very high like a real piano. (Press hard when the sound is very loud). This poses a problem that is never mention: the diffusion amplification: what to choose as amp or PA system .......
    The rhodes is excellent but it is not new. Wurlitzer on too. The harpsichord is impressive but
    I'll use it as I have not fired. The clavinets are not as awesome as I thought but
    I have not yet explored the full range of effects and above all I'm really not an expert on the subject. but I liked a clavinet well programmed to stevie (Superstition).

    synths and organ, it is not my thing so I have no comment.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it seven days ago and I love its size, the 76 scores are well distributed and is sufficient to play my home directory, saving space, weight 17-18 kg with the included footswitch. But I return to this I like most is the lightness and responsiveness of the keyboard response. it's really nice to the same plastic material used for making notes is perfect (It does not stick, especially if like me you nervous a little moistened hands .......)

    Criticism: it's a shame for the lack of accounting for libraries and electro North nordstage.
    At a time when the memory of our computers only to grow, one can also wonder at the lack of evolution of the ram on the keyboard. Similarly Clavia would think to design a sampler like the Nord Electro.
    The price is too high buy 2600 Euros. (2.5 times the SMIC). but there is no meaningful competition at this level of quality.
    Clavia releases a NordPiano, I could not wait for its release, but I think it could seduce me too ......
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