Vintage Digital Pianos For Nord Piano Library

US Gospel Classics Collection includes sounds from the MKS-20, MK-80 and JD-800      17/01/17

Vintage Digital Pianos For Nord Piano Library


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Nord is introducing vintage digital pianos to the free Nord Piano Library with the Gospel Classics Collection which they say covers the classic vintage digital pianos that have been the foundation of the gospel sound since the 80's, including original sounds from the legendary MKS-20, MK-80 and JD-800. In addition to the original sounds, Nord tells us that US based keyboardist Ondre J has created 10 Gospel layered patches based on his vast knowledge and experience from the Gospel world.

Ondre J is a New York based keyboardist/composer/bandleader, recently touring with Grammy-winning jazz singer Gregory Porter, who has worked at some of the most prominent gospel churches in NYC - Antioch Baptist Church in Harlem, Marble Collegiate Church on 5th ave, Greater Temple of Praise (church home of the prodigious Cory Henry), Coney Island Cathedral and others.

The Ondre J Gospel Bank is currently available for Nord Stage 2/2 EX but will soon be available for the Electro and Piano series.

Pricing and Availability:
The Nord Gospel Classics collection will be available for download on Thursday 19th January

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