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[NAMM] Clavia Nord C2D

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Clavia is launching a new organ, the Nord C2D, with two sets of physical drawbars per manual to play with.

New left-hand preset sections are included and the upper manual and panel has been tilted for better ergonomics. An LCD-display has been added for access to programs and settings.

 

The Nord C2D features a redesigned simulation of the characteristic mechanical key clicks of the tone-wheel. Furthermore, the redesigned percussion model offers increased control over the percussion levels when playing near-legato, Clavia says.

 

The Nord C2D also includes a redesigned Rotary Speaker simulation of a vintage 122 unit. The Nord C2D also includes both the Vox and Farfisa transistor organ simulations and the sampled Baroque Pipe Organ from the Nord C2 Combo Organ.

 

The Nord C2D will be shown at the AM&S Nord Booth #6464 at NAMM Show 2012

 

Pricing & Availability:

Handmade in Sweden by Clavia DMI AB, the Nord C2D will ship in the UK in February 2012, with a price to be confirmed.

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