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Nord Piano 2 HP73 73-Key Piano
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The Nord Piano 2 HP lets you easily play, split, and layer stunning Grand, Upright, and Electric Pianos from the Nord Piano Library with sounds from ...Read More
The Nord Piano 2 HP lets you easily play, split, and layer stunning Grand, Upright, and Electric Pianos from the Nord Piano Library with sounds from the versatile Nord Sample Library. All this in a streamlined portable package with 88 Hammer Action Weighted keys.
The Nord Piano 2 comes with a wide range of quality acoustic and electro-mechanical instruments from the Nord Piano Library, all with their own unique character. The included Nord Triple Pedal features a dynamic sustain pedal that can also recreate the mechanical "stomp" and "sizzle" noises that occur when the lifting or releasing the dampener in an Acoustic Grand or Upright Piano. The Advanced String Resonance feature simulates the subtle phenomenon that occurs when piano strings cause other un-dampened strings to resonate, further adding to an amazing level of realism.
The Nord Sample Library offers more than 1000 high-quality sample-instruments ranging from Strings, Brass, Synths and Basses to the legendary vintage sounds of the Mellotron and Chamberlin. Both the Nord Piano and Nord Sample libraries are continuously updated and are available as free downloads for all Nord owners.
All of the sounds in the Nord Piano 2 HP are also replaceable, making it an instrument that is built to evolve with you. It's even possible to create your own sample instruments using the Nord Sample Editor.
Nord thinks technology should be transparent to the user, which is why the Nord Piano 2 has dedicated buttons and knobs for all functions the performing musician needs instead of confusing menus. Nord made it amazingly simple to layer and split sounds, and there's a volume pedal input for sneaking in those strings while you keep playing.
The Nord Piano 2 also sports an extensive effects section, covering everything from Phaser, Wah-wah, Flanger, Chorus and Delay effects to a 3-band Equalizer, Amp Simulations, Compressor and Reverb.
Ultra lightweight, 73-key Hammer Action Portable (HP) keybed.
- Piano 2 HP73 73-Key Piano
- 73-key Hammer Action Portable keybed
- All sounds can be replaced
- Nord Piano Library compatible
- Nord Sample Library compatible
- Layer and split-functionality
- Dynamic Pedal Noise
- (with Nord Triple Pedal)
- Comprehensive Effect section
- Delay Effect
- Stereo Tube Overdrive
- Advanced String Resonance (Gen 2)
- Long Release
- Sustain pedal sold separately
Get the best of it all in one stage piano.
Piano 2 HP73 73-Key Piano
2 banks with 24 pages each, 5 programs - 240 locations
Live Mode - 5 Live programs
Global Transpose: +/- 6 semitones
Program Transpose: +/- 6 semitones
Fine-tune: +/- 50 Cents
Kbd Touch: 4 velocity response curves
Split functionality with selectable split point
Mono Output option
Dynamic Sustain Pedal action with the included Nord Triple Pedal
Free OS updates
6 types - Grand, Upright, Electric Piano 1, Electric Piano 2, Clavinet and Harpsichord.
Each category can contain up to 9 different models.
40/60 Voices Polyphony (stereo/mono pianos)
Advanced String Resonance (Generation 2) - adjustable amount
Selectable Long Release for Grand, Upright, Electric Pianos and Harpsichord
Selectable Pedal Noise for Grand, Upright and Electric Pianos 1 - adjustable amount
Octave Transpose: -1/+1
SAMPLE SYNTH SECTION
Up to 99 sample instruments
16 Voices Polyphony
Attack and Release controls
Octave Transpose: -1/+3
Sustenuto pedal can be set as sustain or gate pedal for the Sample Synth section.
Volume controllable with Volume Pedal (not included)
Approx. 500 MB dedicated to the Nord Piano Library
Approx. 128 MB dedicated to the Nord Sample Library
Effect 1 - Pan, Tremolo, Stereo Auto-wah. Three selectable depths for the pan and tremolo, rate controlled with the Effect 1 Rate knob
Effect 2 - Stereo Phaser, Flanger and Chorus. Three selectable depths, rate controlled with the Effect 2 Rate knob
Delay - Four levels of feedback amount, Dry/Wet adjustment. Tempo can be set manually or with Tap Tempo button. Range: 20 ms 750 ms
Three band EQ, with sweepable mid. +/- 15 dB gain/attenuation (100 Hz, 4 kHz and 200 Hz 8 kHz)
Comp/Amp - Twin, JC, Small (mono), Tube distortion (stereo) and compressor (stereo). Drive/compression amount controlled with the Drive knob.
Reverb with six algorithms - Room 1 & 2, Stage 1 & 2, Hall 1 & 2, Dry/Wet control
Each effect can be assigned to either Piano or Sample Synth section
2 Audio outputs L & R - ¼", 6,35 mm jacks, unbalanced
1 Monitor input - 1/8", 3,5 mm stereo jack
1 Headphone output - ¼", 6,35 mm stereo jack
1 Piano pedal input - ¼", 6,35 mm jack. Use the included Nord Triple Pedal or a momentary pedal, like e.g, Roland DP-2, DP-6, Yamaha FC-4, FC-5, Fatar VFP1-25 etc
1 Volume Pedal input - ¼", 6,35 mm TRS stereo jack. Use a Control/Expression pedal like e.g. Yamaha FC-7, Roland EV-5 etc.
MIDI In, MIDI Out - 5 pin DIN connectors
USB - type B connector - for transferring sounds and USB-MIDI
IEC C14 power connector
Nord Piano 2 HP: 1066 mm (42") x 121 mm (4.7") x 340 mm (12")
Pedal: 264 mm (10.4"), 224 mm (8.8"), 70 mm (2.8")
Nord Piano 2 HP: 11 kg (24.25 lbs)
Pedal: 2 kg (4.4 lbs) - Included with Nord Piano 2 HA88 only.
Nord Triple Pedal (Nord Piano 2 HA88 only)
Nord Piano Library v5 DVD-ROM
Nord Sample Library DVD-ROM
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- Realistic Sound
- Responsive / Good Action
- Touch Sensitive Keys
- Unbeatable Clav
- Difficult to Use
- Limited Sound Selection
- No B3
- Keyboard Sounds
Comments about Nord Piano 2 HP73 73-Key Piano:
What I expected and got was beautiful, nuanced acoustic pianos, rhodes, wurlis, clav (better than anything I've played besides a real clav) and harpsichord. Sad to learn that there's almost NO usable organs on this (well there are some beautiful pipe organs, but I'm talking B3, Vox, etc). Somehow missed that in all my research, and I did quite a bit. Nord has tons of Vox and Farfisa samples that I'm sure sound great, but this keyboard has no engine to run them.
I owned a Motif for years, and one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make (had this for 3 months), is that all your "extra" sounds (orchestral, guitar, synth, etc) have to be laboriously downloaded and come with no onboard effects or EQ. So TONS of time trying out sounds and tweaking them. I actually was bummed out for awhile, but with hard work I have a large, tasty sound set now.
Final complaint, and this is MAJOR for live shows: Hard to access favorite sounds quickly. I'm working on memorizing the multiple clicks I have to make to find what I need. Can't be that hard, Nord -- c'mon!
BUT the sounds make it all worth it.