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Here are more or less interesting musical impressions, things and thoughts ...

Comparison of the basic saw wave of the Nord Lead A1 and the Nord Stage 3


As an owner of the Nord Stage 3 Compact and the Nord Lead A1 I was curious how similar they sound (there is the "A1 engine" inside of the Stage 3 according to Clavia Nord).  I'm a fan of classic mono (moogish) sounds and I immediately noticed that the basic saw wave in the A1 sounds significantly buzzier than in the Stage. You can hear it clearly but you can see it very dramatically in the analyzer graphic (see below).
Well, in this case I think I'll keep my A1 

Sound: Sound init, Classic Saw, single osc, frequency fully open, "LP M" filter

WHITE line: Lead A1
ORANGE line: Stage 3
All other settings are the same.


Comparison of the Neo Ventilator and the internal Leslie simulation of the Uhl X3-2


A short and direct comparison, using the digital Hammond clone from Uhl Instruments and two different rotary simulations: the internal simulation and an external, the "Ventilator" from Neo Instruments (ver. 1).


1st part: internal sim
2nd part: Neo Instruments Ventilator


All other settings are the same.


Moog vs. Clavia/Nord - Analog vs. Virtual Analog


A quick comparison of a typical lead sound to show how similar the analog Moog Voyager and the virtual analog Nord Lead A1 are sounding. Clavia did a great job and the A1 makes a lot of fun.


- Sounds: two-oscillator sawtooth, low pass filter fully opened

- Effects: pingpong delay and reverb (Moog external, Nord internal FX section)


"Hammond madness", again with the Uhl X3-2 organ + "Ventilator" from Neo Instruments.


The "Omega" stand from K&M is one of the few stands that can carry 3 keyboards; it's very stable and it also can be adjusted in many ways to meet your requirements. Furthermore it's looking quite good in the studio environment.


Sometimes it's the detail ;)


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