Synth Site: Clavia: Nordlead 2: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Alessandro Pedicelli (Silver Droid) a hobbyist user from Montreal, Canada writes:
I had a Nord Rack 2...brought it back after 3 weeks, just wasn't worth it. JP-8000 is hella lot better....more flexible and versatile. Nord Lead 2 is too expensive for what it does.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-02-2000 at 16:51
James from Richmond, VA writes:
This is a great synthesizer. The first day I got it i got it out of the box and was on my way to heaven in a few seconds. I couldn't pull myself away from this thing. I still have trouble to get myself to stop playing sometimes. This synth has great sounds and it's so easy to create your own sounds. If you're into create your own booming basses and your own fat pads then this is the synth to get. Also keep in mind the Nord Lead 3 is coming out this summer. Man, I need to save up.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-22-2000 at 18:26
ARMAND from usa writes:
not for nothing guys but for the price the nord lead has, i would expect biult in effects and a vocoder too..!! be real!! great sounds though!!!

posted Friday-Mar-03-2000 at 10:16
patrick fridh a professional user from stockholm. sweden. writes:
I actually got a good offer on my NordLead II from a guy who wanted to buy it. And I said yes to him. Then I went strolling around in our local music shops, and my day which started with a feeling of happiness in that I now could get a MIDI mother keyboard instead, and focus on my rack gear, I ended up coming home filled with angsiety. I decided, after all, not to sell it. It's to good to be sent away. I just can't live without its appearance and its totally amazing sound quality. I just have to keep it. Fact is, I actually have had thoughts now (when the angsiety of having to sell it has faded over to happiness again, now that I know that I can keep her) of... believe it or not... buy another one! Sounds like these aren't achievable any other way. A total noise-free sound and so much quality in it that I just love what I hear. OK, a Waldorf synth would probably do the same thing, but Waldorfs cost loads of money. The NL2 is only £999 now, not a fortune when considering how much it does; and how good it does it, and how neat it is.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-26-2000 at 13:27
Brian a part-time user from USA writes:
I just recently purchased a Nord Lead 2 and the only thing I can say is it's killer!!! The only complaint I would have would be the amount of user programmable patches is only 40. I took care of that problem by purchasing some SRAM cards. If you are looking for a synth that can come real close to Oberheim's, Mini-moog's, Jupiter's and the Prophet-5 look no further. And to all whom complain about the lack of effects look back to the true analogs of the past, I don't remember my Juno-106 having any except for a chorus, maybe my former MKS-80 no, how about the MKS-70 hmm, no again, or how about the classic Mini-moog and that never stopped anyone from paying well over a thousand dollars for a monophonic synth. Quit whining and give the Nord a whirl you won't be sorry.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-16-1999 at 12:46
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