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The Clavia NORD Rack 2X is a professional 49-key digital performance synthesizer, featuring velocity sensitivity, Virtual Analog synthesis, MIDI assignable parameter editing knobs and switches, with extensive external control capability, and an oversized library of onboard programs and performance setups.
Rackmount Virtual Analog digital programmable synthesizer with high-res 24-bit/96kHz D/A conversion
Huge onboard program and performance sound library, 40 Analog drum kits with 8 independent sounds, 8-zone cross-keyboard mapping
3-digit LED display, 26 programmimg knobs and 27 buttons for internal program editing or assignable MIDI parameter control of external MIDI modules and devices
Separate Oscillator, Filter, Amplifier and Modulation sections with independent controls
Arpeggiator with 4 octave range
Morphing control enables any function or parameter controlled by a knob to be controlled by the modulation wheel or Expression pedal for continuous fade between two sets of values
Velocity programming allows any function controlled by a knob to be programmed for control by velocity
In the Box
Nord Rack 2X - Rackmount Virtual Analog Synthesizer
AC Power Cable
1 Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Virtual Analog Modeling
594 x Programs 300 x Performances
396 x Programs 100 x Performances 40 x Percussion Kits
1 x Sustain Pedal 1 x Expression Pedal 26 x Program Parameter Edit Knobs 27 Program Parameter Edit Buttons
4 x 1/4" TS Phone A/Mono/B/C/D Individual Outputs 1 x 1/4" TRS Headphone Out 1 x MIDI Out
1 x 1/4" TS Phone Sustain Pedal In 1 x 1/4" TRS Phone Control(Exp.) Pedal In 1 x MIDI In
Yes, 1/4" Stereo Phone
17 x 8.3 x 4.1" (435 x 210 x 105mm)
10 lb (4.5 kg)
Virtual Analog Modeling Synthesizer 24-bit/96kHz DAC's Velocity Programming for Knob-Controlled Functions