WNAMM12: Dual Manual Nord Organ With Drawbars

Nord C2D Combo Organ announced      17/01/12
WNAMM12: Dual Manual Nord Organ With Drawbars


Complete with 2 sets of physical drawbars per manual, Clavia say that the Nord C2D is the ultimate portable organ for musicians that play with their drawbars as well as the keys. They tell us that the new left-hand preset sections offer an unsurpassed level of hands-on control and the upper manual and panel has been tilted for better ergonomics. A LCD-display has been added for easier access to programs and settings.
The Nord C2D features a redesigned simulation of the characteristic mechanical key clicks that are an essential component of the classic tone-wheel experience. Furthermore, the redesigned percussion model offers increased control over the percussion levels when playing near-legato.
The Nord C2D also features a redesigned Rotary Speaker simulation of a vintage 122 unit and includes both the Vox and Farfisa transistor organ simulations and the sampled Baroque Pipe Organ from the Nord C2 Combo Organ.
Pricing and Availability:
Pricing: TBA
Shipping: February 2012
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Peter K.    Said...

This will be expensive but amazing. I hope they didn't tilt the top manual too much; a real B3 is not tilted, and no-one has ever complained about it.

22-Jan-12 10:51 AM


Peter K.    Said...

I finally got mine. This thing is AMAZING!! I love it and I can't recommend it highly enough! If you need to replicate the experience of playing a B3 but without the weight, GET THIS!!!

09-Aug-12 07:35 AM


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