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Musikmesse 2011 VIDEO: Nord Electro 3 HP
Gear4music.com get an overview of the new Nord Electro 3 HP with real hammer action keys at Musikmesse 2011.
Weighing in at just 11kgs, the Nord Electro 3 HP is a 73 key keyboard with a focus on playability and portability.
This is the first Nord keyboard to feature hammer action on the keys themselves, and as such is revolutionary in partnering Nord's revered sound with true hammer action.
Naturally, the new Nord Electro 3 HP includes all of the award-winning features of the original Nord Electro 3, like the compatibility with our acclaimed Nord Piano and Nord Sample Libraries including the exclusively licensed Mellotron and Chamberlin sounds, the tonewheel and transistor modeling of the Nord C1 organ and Rotary speaker simulation.
However, due to popular demand Nord have added a flexible new Delay Effect with tap-tempo, rate, amount and a stereo Ping-Pong mode.
We received a brief demo of the features of the new Nord and learnt how it compares to the original Electro 3.
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