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Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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Klaus Paulsen from Germany writes:
Hey Arsch, what the hell are you talking about? That wasn't even german...more denglish, than anything else, geh am besten zurück in deine Zelle, Blödmann.

Marco is right, take away the FX and all those filter sweeps and compare the raw sound. The Nord shines then very strongly! And imagine now...you add an external FX unit to the Nord sound...oh my goodness!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-16-2002 at 15:25
amine berrada a part-time user from MOROCCO writes:
SYNTHS ARE LIKE HUMAN BEING. THEY ARE ALL THE SAME BUT EACH ONE HAS ITS OWN CHARACTER AND STRENGHTS. COMPARING SYNTHS IS NOT WHAT WE REALLY SHOULD BE DOING. THE MORE SYNTHS YOU GET, THE BETTER IT IS. JUST USE YOUR IMAGINATION ! AND THAT S THE BEAUTY ! IT IS TRUE THAT THE NORD RACK IS PURE FAT ! THE TRITON, EVEN THOUGH DIGITAL, CAN ALSO SOUND EXTREMELY WARM AND FAT ! JUST WORK ON THE SOUNDS

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-16-2002 at 02:05
Gio a hobbyist user from germany writes:
Hallo Nord lead user!!! Also ich habe einen nord rack, aber bin kaum zufrieden . Der Service ist totall schrecklich die Bedienungsanleitung ist lächerlich und das mit den PCMCIA karten funktioniert auch nicht so wie es im Buch steht .... Viel zu viel geld für so einen nicht kompletten synth .An die Power vom Virus kommt das teil auch nicht ran !!! Ich werde meinen nord lead 2 wieder verkaufen !!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-23-2001 at 11:07
synthe.labo a part-time user from Italy writes:
hello, read mostly all these reviews; what surprised me more is to read that nord rack2 sounds thin or less analogue respect a waldorf q or micro q......what???????

REMEMBER that the nord lines has NO effects, all the sounds go out from the dsp engine, oscillators; if you try the good waldorf q or access virus, these have the sounds that are so effected, so full of flanger, reverbs, and other things....try to think to take off all that fx to a virus or a q, and the power of the nord rack 2 will be brighter in your mind;

i like the Q, it's really awesome sounding, ..but it's all but NOT fat!!! it's the waldorf bright metallic and sometimes warm sounding applied to v-analogue, but nothing to do with nord lead; the virus can came closer, but it's too effected to be compared, for me really less powerful than the nord rack2;

the nord has so powerful filters that you'll obtain so many sounds just from an organ preset only twisting knobs;

about the thin sound, well, probably you were impressed by the FM engine synthesis, that can transform every sound in thinny bells, butit's a really FAT unit, in my opinio the most PURE FAT unit on the market just for the fact that it's all in his engines and no effectc are involved.

ciao-marco

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-06-2001 at 10:32
Digidub a professional user from USA writes:
The synth itself provides enough modulation and rich algorithms to create a wide palette of sounds and textures. What sucks about it is the Support, truly terrible. Takes weeks for the simplest of questions to be answered if answered at all. For that reason alone I must say this synth suffers.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-04-2001 at 05:13
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