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Nord Electro 3 sets a new standard
Future Music magazine has awarded the latest edition of the Nord Electro 3 a fantastic 9 out of 10 in the latest issue.
"The improvements in sound provided by the C1 engine is immediately noticeable, particularly in terms of rotary emulation, key click, percussion and the overall clarity".
"Recently Clavia standardised their own sample library so the piano section instruments could be used across the Stage and Electro ranges which is great. I'm happy to say there's little to fault in this section sonically. The Rhodes and Wurlitzer sampled emulations are very authentic and still some of the best out there. They bark, sparkle and growl in a very musical way, ...the permutations are pretty endless and you can truly personalise your sound".
To read the full review, pick up the April Issue of Future Music Magazine (Issue 212).Posted on 19 Mar 2009 17:07 to category : Instruments News
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