Re: [AH] Underrated Synth: Nord Micro Modular

From Bakis Sirros
Sent Tue, Nov 25th 2008, 13:46

totally agree and i, too, still have and use an expanded Nord Modular G1 
rack.
for its polyphony and various wierd and FM sounds (i do not care to emulate 
analogue sounds with mine) is really great.


Bakis Sirros
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From: "Virtual" <sales@v-i-r-t-u-a-l-w-o-r-l-d.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 12:04 PM
Subject: Re: [AH] Underrated Synth: Nord Micro Modular


>i have the g1  , its superb . . . nothing quite like it . . .its modular , 
>still an amazing sound design machine.I dont warm to its analogue emulation 
>so much but its special fx capabilties are unrivalled for sound design and 
>ambient and film work .The ability to instantly call up the weirdest 
>patches and mutate and morph them is worth the price alone and ni dont 
>personally own a  modular that can come close in the real world .I really 
>really hope they make a G3 with sample ram , granulation and kyma stuff .
>
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> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Tom Bugs" <redacted@example.com>
> Cc: "AH" <redacted@example.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 12:33 AM
> Subject: Re: [AH] Underrated Synth: Nord Micro Modular
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>
>> Full thumbs up for all the Clavia Modulars - I had a Micro before, now a 
>> G2 (sees shamefully little use due to real modular though)
>>
>> I wondered if people know that there's a very useful and functional demo 
>> version of the G2 programmer which actually offers AUDIO (computer 
>> based -- like a standalone softsynth, though MIDI disabled)
>> -- it doesn't quite cover *all* the full NM's modules (eg - no delay or 
>> vocoder), but it is still highly usable both to test the wonderful feel 
>> of the editing software or just as a great softsynth modular.
>>
>> Go here:
>> http://www.nordkeyboards.com/main.asp?tm=Products&clpm=Nord_Modular_G2
>> --- its the DEMO version on the lefthand side - available for Mac or PC
>>
>> Mark Pulver wrote:
>>>
>>> ref:
>>>
>>> http://nmedit.sourceforge.net/
>>>
>>> -----
>>> Seth Elgart (04:15 PM 11/24/2008) wrote:
>>> >On Nov 24, 2008, at 11:09 AM, Matthew Ritenburg wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> Also, there is now an opensource editor that runs on MAC OSX/Linux.
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >Now -that- is brilliant! I've always wanted to get a Nord Micro
>>> >Modular, but was really bummed about the fact that Nord had abandoned
>>> >it and never updated the software. In fact, that's the chief reason
>>> >why I've never gotten a Nord, even though they're amazing instruments.
>>> >Anyone got a Micro- or full Nord Modular for sale?
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >           Seth
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
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>>> >
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