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Nord Electro OS Update Ready

Clavia has released a free software update for their Nord Electro and Nord Electro 2 keyboards, providing 10 different velocity sensitivity curves to choose from.

New Software Update for Nord Electro Released

Nord Electro 2 Seventy-Three
March 24, 2004

Clavia has released the V2.1 Software Update for the Nord Electro 2 and Nord Electro stage keyboards.

The V2.1 update features 'Selectable Keyboard Velocity Sensitivity' for the piano sounds. In V2.1 you can now select between 10 different velocity sensitivity curves for the piano sounds in your Electro. This makes it possible to tailor make the internal keyboard velocity response to your liking.

The V2.1 Software Update also features some minor fixes. The Nord Electro 2/Electro V2.1 Update can be downloaded free of charge. It's also possible to order a CD-R with the Nord Electro OS V2.1 Software Update and all currently released piano sound files from a local distributor.

For more information, visit their web site at www.clavia.se.

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004