Synth Site: Clavia: Nordlead 2: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Disease Factory of velvet acid christ a professional user from USA/COLORADO writes:
Nord's are great! all of em. But not that versitle, great filter for wackey mean sounds. Great leads. But it lacks that big bass that the nova, the virus, and the jp have. This is the most unique sounding of all the virtuals.

But if you are looking for versitle, get the supernova of the virus.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-May-14-1999 at 10:56
dj ZaRch a professional user from sydney 2k writes:
With all the discussion on nord leads , jp-8000 , supernova's and z3s Id just like to put my argument for the nord lead 2 forward . Firstly , secondly and lastly ... character . What the nord has that all the other virtual analogs dont have is character . The nord is totally unique and although its presets dont do it justice at all , with enough programming I havent found a analog tone I couldnt make come alive with my nord lead 2. That includes fat sub osilator monosynths better than my minimoog/sh101/sh09/ms-20/juno 6 , lush rolandtype pads better than my mks-80 and gritty harsh leads far harsher than my pro-1/prohet 5 or jupiter 6 . But the most important thing is that the nl2 doesnt just emulate these sounds but truly creates new sounds that encompass the clasic analogs but adds alot more to sound as well . Basically a tweak machine , its taken a good 12 months to truly get magic out of my nl2 but when it comes its worth it . As patch sculters heaven for people who like to craft their sounds over time , realtime control is the key to nl2 patches , never let them sit still and your nord will jump to life before your eyes.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-27-1999 at 19:33
Pope a hobbyist user from www.chromosome47.com writes:
first moment I've spent away from the Nord 2 since I brought it home several hours ago, incredible synth, very intuitive interface, incredible real time control, and a range of sound that blows anything I've played away. the display is tiny, but with the ton of knobs its not really necessary, efx would have been nice, but otherwise wouldn't change a thing, had a hard time finding one in stock anywhere but was finally worth the wait.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-27-1998 at 03:43
dhyan moller a hobbyist user from usa writes:
well me and my partners have a record label in sanjose ca. called EAC we make house techno,acid and what not i bought the nordlead 2 about 6 months ago i have to say that it's fairly easy to use in comparison to other synths i have used my first synth was a roland jd-800 over all i have to say that i like the nord 2 a lot i like how easy it is to edit the sounds i give it a 4

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:37
signal a professional user from usa writes:
Love the kick ass wreck shop interface. When put through a distortion pedal, I make the walls bleed. The NL2 does lack the warmer sound of the Roland JP8000 though. That's a bumber when you listen to the roland. Still, Ol' red is now my lead synth....wish she had some effects though.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:37
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