Nord in­tro­duce the per­for­mance-friendly Elec­tro 6

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Nord have lifted the lid on the lat­est up­date to their Elec­tro se­ries of per­former-fo­cused key­boards. Ver­sion six stream­lines the on-stage ex­pe­ri­ence fur­ther with an im­proved in­ter­face, new Or­ga­nize Mode, for ar­rang­ing sounds, and the abil­ity to tran­si­tion seam­lessly be­tween sounds.

The Elec­tro 6 is now three-part multi-tim­bral too, with ad­vanced Split func­tion­al­ity, (six avail­able split points, plus the Split Point Cross­fade added to the com­pany’s re­cent Stage 3.

The Elec­tro’s or­gan sec­tion has been over­hauled too. Here we get two new pipe or­gan mod­els, along with a Dual Or­gan Mode for con­trol­ling two sounds eas­ily from the front panel. Both the Pi­ano and Synth sec­tions ben­e­fit from ex­panded polyphony too. The Synth sec­tion also dou­bles the sam­ple mem­ory, and the Pi­ano gains new ‘cre­ative fil­ters’.

The Elec­tro 6 will come in three va­ri­eties – 61 and 73-key semi-weighted and 73-key ham­mer ac­tion. All are due to ar­rive this spring, with prices cur­rently still to be con­firmed.

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