Nord has introduced the Nord Piano 4, the fourth generation of their Piano series. They say that it combines greatly expanded voice polyphony, a premium Triple Sensor keybed and theirr acclaimed Virtual Hammer Action Technology for the ultimate piano experience.
A spokesperson told us, "The Nord Piano 4 also includes brilliant new performance features like Seamless Transitions, dedicated Piano Filters and Split Point Crossfades delivering a live focused keyboard with exceptional piano feel."
Here's the details in Nord's own words...
The enhanced Piano section features a broad selection of our unique acoustic, electric and digital pianos from the exclusive Nord Piano Library, greatly expanded voice polyphony and creative new Piano Filters.
Sample synth section
The updated Sample Synth Section features expanded memory for the Nord Sample Library 3.0 and vastly extended polyphony.
The Sample Synth Section contains a great selection of high quality sounds from the Nord Sample Library 3.0 including the exclusively licensed sounds of the legendary Mellotron and Chamberlin. All sounds can be quickly replaced using the Nord Sound Manager.
The Sample Synth is equipped with essential controls for attack, decay/release and dynamics (filter/velocity). A unique Nord feature allows you to create your own samples using the free Nord Sample Editor software for WIndows and Mac.
The Effect section features a great selection of instantly tweakable high quality stereo effects modelled after classic stomp boxes. All effects can be assigned freely to the Piano or Sample Synth section.
The Nord Piano 4 Effect section includes Tremolo, Phaser, Chorus, Pan, Wah, RM, Flanger, Vibe, EQ, Delay and Reverb with a new Bright Mode.
Nord Piano 4 features an 88-note Triple Sensor keybed (A-C) with grand weighted action.
Pricing and Availability:
The Nord Piano 4 is scheduled for shipping in Summer 2018 with pricing to be announced.
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