NAMM 2016 is just days away, and already news is spreading as to what new instruments will be shown by some of the big brands in music. Amongst the handful of unveilings will be the new Nord Piano 3, an 88-note Triple Sensor keybed that Nord boasts will take “piano feel and realism to a new level.”
The new Nord Piano 3 features Virtual Hammer Action Technology, which simulates the movements of real hammers inside a Grand Piano. According to Nord’s website, this technology allows the player the ability to produce a new note without lifting their finger off the key completely.
The Nord Piano 3 also features a heavier keybed, which improves dynamic control for the player.
This piano features a variety of connectivity options, allowing you to connect your CD player or MP3 player to the rear panel (if you want to play along to previously recorded music you have). This option saves you the trouble of having to go out and purchase an external mixer.
The Nord Piano 3 supports the following pedals: Yamaha FC7, Fatar, Roland EV-7, Roland EV-5, Korg EXP2 and Korg XVP10.
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