Nord Stage 2 OS Version 1.30 Release Notes
Nord Stage 2 OS Version 1.30
Release Notes
The 1.30 Stage 2 OS update contains several bug fixes and some
functionality improvements.
Update History
Internal Instrument levels
We have adjusted the internal levels of the instruments to create better
balance options. This will allow you to increase the level of the synth
compared to the piano and the organ.
In order to maintain the balance in the programs already in your unit,
there will be an automatic conversion made for every program that you
load in OS v 1.xx. You will notice that the synth level will be reduced but
the overall output of the synth should be the same as before. It may be
a good idea to go over your programs and make sure that the balance
is correct, and to store them again in your unit.
•Internal level adjustment, to make better balance options. Synth level
have been raised and Piano have been lowered. Automatic conversion is made when loading programs to compensate for this level
•Fixed a Mac/Sound Manager/USB-MIDI bug (caused the unit to
freeze if application was launched twice and USB MIDI was active).
•Fixed Organ/Piano/Synth Init bug (kbd split/zones etc didn’t work).
•Sustain pedal now sends controller value zero when released.
•Checksum calculation during startup to catch any rare errors in flash
memory and report them to LCD.
•Morph-control of parameters is now much quicker.
•Stage 2 Master Clock can now be synchronized to incoming MIDI
MIDI communication
The OS v 1.30 has gone through a major overhaul in the MIDI communication department. Most of the improvements are behind the
scenes so to speak, but there is a new Global MIDI feature, a MIDI Soft
Thru option for the External section and the Master Clock can now be
synched to incoming MIDI Clock.
The Sustain pedal has also been told to transmit CC64, value 0 via
MIDI when lifted which will eliminate any forever sustaining notes on
external units. The new MIDI chapter of the manual is included at the
end of this document, with some setup examples.
Users that have used the Stage Classic and Stage EX MIDI should not
have any problems with the Stage 2. One significant difference is that
the previous Classic/EX Panel A and B MIDI, is replaced by the Global
MIDI in the Stage 2.
Previously made Stage Classic or EX MIDI recordings can be used, if
the Stage 2 (receiving only) Slot A and Slot B is set to the same channels as used in the recordings.
Flash memory check
After you update the unit to OS v1.30, the first startup will be a little bit
longer than before. This is the result of a memory health check that is
performed. In the unlikely event that a sample or a piano is damaged in
the memory, there will be an alert in the LCD. If this happens, connect
the unit to a computer running the Manager where the sound will be
highlighted. Deleting the sound and reloading it will restore the unit to
•One single parameter hint for B3 vibrato mode and state.
•Optimized the overall Synth performance.
•Glide range bug that prevented the glide to reach to correct note is
•Fixed missing Parameter Hints for Arpeggiator Rate, Glide and
Clocked LFO Rate
•LFO Mod span of Shape’d oscillator waveforms have been changed
to produce better results.
•Delay rate parameter text.
•Phaser effect had a mix and pole issue that has been fixed, thanks to
Dan UK and Lars DK for finding this.
•Big cleanup of internal and external MIDI operations, with the addition of a Global MIDI channel.
•New MIDI CC addresses: Gate pedal CC114, Slot focus: CC68.
•MIDI CC added for oscillator waveform CC 44, 0-127
•Fixed Extern bug: In Send-on-Load mode MIDI was sent even
though Extern was off.
•SysEx support: Programs and Synth Sound can be sent/received
(see MIDI menu).
•Devices like control pedal and swell weren’t transmitted via MIDI.
•MIDI Soft Thru menu option for Extern Zone.
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Range: MIDI 1-16, USB1-USB16, Off (Default off)
•Auto-detection mode of pedal type in System Menu for Rotor and
Sustain pedals.
•Fine Tune menu now also displays tuning in Hz.
•Automatic conversion when loading programs to compensate for the
above mentioned level change.
MIDI Piano A/B Channel
This sets the receiving MIDI channel for the Piano section A/B. If a
channel is selected here, you can assign the corresponding instrument
to no KB Zone at all, that is make it active but available only through
Range: MIDI 1-16, USB1-USB16, Off (Default off)
•Program loading time has been significantly reduced.
•When storing a Live buffer, bank/page buttons can now be used to
leave Live-mode. Previously you had to press Live Mode to be able
to store in the “normal” program memory from the Live buffers.
•Fixed slot load/copy bug where some parameters wasn’t copied
MIDI Synth A/B Channel
This sets the receiving MIDI channel for the Synth section A/B. If a
channel is selected here, you can assign the corresponding instrument
to no KB Zone at all, that is, make it active but available only through
•Program navigation using dial is now limited to range of focused
•Fixed program category sort bug (programs using obsolete categories where not sorted properly).
Range: MIDI 1-16, USB1-USB16, Off (Default off)
MIDI Dual KB Channel
This sets the MIDI channel for receiving MIDI from an external keyboard
when using Dual KB mode
MIDI Menu (from Owners Manual)
Hold Shift and press Program 3/MIDI to access the MIDI menu settings. Use the Page 3 and 4 buttons to navigate between the various
menu items on the MIDI menu. The Value Dial is used to change settings, the Slot buttons to switch between A and B where applicable.
When you are done, press Exit (Shift) to exit the menu.
MIDI Control Local
MIDI Local control determines if the Nord Stage 2 keyboard and front
panel controls should control internal instruments and programs or only
transmit MIDI. Local On is the normal “play mode”. In Local Off mode,
the front panel and keyboard actions are transmitted via MIDI only and
do not control the internal sound(s) directly.
Range: MIDI 1-16, USB1-USB16 (Default MIDI 16)
MIDI Ctrl Change Mode
This allows you to set if you want Nord Stage 2 to transmit and/or
receive MIDI Controller Messages or not on the Global channel.
Range: Off, Send, Receive, Send & Receive (Default)
MIDI Prog Change Mode
This allows you to determine whether you want Nord Stage 2 to
transmit and/or receive MIDI program Change Messages, or not on the
Global channel.
Range: On (Default), Off
This applies to the “internal” Programs in the Stage 2, not the
program change messages that the Extern section can be set to
Local always defaults back to Local On every time the Nord Stage
2 is powered on.
Range: Off, Send, Receive, Send & Receive (Default)
MIDI Global Channel
Send MIDI Ctrl
This sets the transmitting and receiving MIDI channel for the Global
Channel. The Global Channel transmits all keyboard, pedal and panel
actions as MIDI signals. It can also be used as a receiving channel with
full control of the entire Stage 2.
You can perform a dump of all parameters as their MIDI Controllers for
the selected Slot. Hit Store to perform the transmission.
Range: MIDI 1-16, USB1-USB16, Off (Default USB 1)
MIDI Slot A/B Channel
This sets the receiving MIDI channel for Slot A/B.
Range: MIDI 1-16, USB1-USB16, Off (Default Off, Slot A and B)
MIDI Organ A/B Channel
This sets the receiving MIDI channel for the Organ section A/B. If a
channel is selected here, you can assign the corresponding instrument
to no KB Zone at all, that is make it active but available only through
Range: Slot A, Slot B
Dump Program
This allows you to do a MIDI System Exclusive dump of the currently
selected Program or of all the 400 Programs of the internal memory.
The Live buffers are not included. Press the Store button to start the
Range: One, All
Dump Synth
This allows you to do a MIDI System Exclusive dump of the current
Synth settings in the focused Slot or of all the 300 synth sounds in the
Synth memory. Press the Store button to start the transmission.
Range: Slot A/B, All
Nord Stage 2 OS Version 1.30 Release Notes
Using MIDI (new MIDI Chapter)
The Stage 2 is designed to be as flexible as possible when you use it
with its MIDI capabilities. You can use it as a master keyboard to control other hardware or software sound sources, or as a set of individual
sound engines to be played/controlled by outboard gear such as a
sequencer. If you like, you can even do both these things at the same
There are four major parts in the Stage 2’s MIDI functionality: Global,
Slot, Extern and Instrument. Each of these are independently assignable to any of the thirty-two available MIDI channels: sixteen channels
on the standard MIDI port and sixteen more MIDI channels accessed
via USB MIDI. You can also choose to disable MIDI by selecting Off
instead of a channel number. These channels are set in the MIDI and
Extern menus.
Global and Extern are used to transmit MIDI data to other units, while
Slot and Instrument only receive MIDI data. All settings relating to MIDI
functions are made in the MIDI Menu, except for the Extern settings
that are made in the Extern Menu.
Stage 2
Slot A/B
The Stage 2 Global MIDI is a transmitting and receiving part at the
same time. It allows you to control every aspect of the instrument,
just as if you were playing on its own keyboard and it can transmit
keyboard, pedal- and panel actions.
Any MIDI data that enters the Stage 2 on the Global MIDI channel (or
Global USB MIDI channel) will play the instruments that are active on
the program that is selected on the Stage 2. If your program includes
layers and/or splits, those aspects will be acknowledged in the same
way as if you used the keyboard itself, when incoming MIDI “plays” the
instruments in the program.
Global will transmit both keyboard- and panel-generated MIDI data. If
you turn a knob on the synth section or use the modulation wheel, after
touch, any of the connected pedals or pitch stick, these will generate
MIDI data that is transmitted on the Global channel. This makes the
Global the preferred choice as the MIDI source from the Stage 2 to a
computer when you for example want to record panel changes in a
Global MIDI can be turned Off in the MIDI menu. This will disable
both transmission and reception of MIDI from the Global component.
Slot A/B
The Slot MIDI setting is for receiving MIDI only and allows you to control
an entire Slot with instruments that are active, from external devices.
Slot A and Slot B can be set to individual MIDI channels in the Stage 2
MIDI Menu.
The Extern is the part to use when you want to integrate external MIDI
units in your performance.
Look at the example on the following page.
Instrument MIDI
Each of the six instruments in the Stage 2 - Organ Slot A, Organ Slot
B, Piano A, Piano B, Synth A and Synth B - can be set to receive on
individual MIDI channels. This is done in the MIDI Menu. This can be
used to have individual control of instruments, either from a other keyboards or by using the Stage 2 as big sound source in a sequencer/
computer environment.
Let’s have a look at a four different scenarios:
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Playing/Controlling outboard gear
with the Extern section
It is best to consider the Extern A/B sections, as simply another pair
of onboard instruments, just like the Organ/Piano/Synth sections. Assigning zones/layers, enabling pitch stick and sustain pedal response,
etc., are all done in exactly the same manner as with any of those other
instrument sections.
For yet another layer of integrated control, set up a Morph to control
the Extern encoder via the mod wheel, aftertouch or a control pedal.
By assigning the CC address of your choice to that encoder, it is possible to generate MIDI data streams to the external device seamlessly
from the Stage 2. And due to the flexibility of the Morph function, the
value range of those data streams can be limited to suit any need, and
also move in either a positive or negative direction.
Just like the other instrument sections, the A/B Extern slots are completely independent from one another and can be programmed to do
different things on the same or different zones at the same time.
If you use the Panel Transpose feature on the Stage 2, the MIDI
output from the Extern section will be transposed.
Controlling the Stage 2 with an external keyboard or MIDI device
It is also possible to store desired “initial values” of things such as
Program Change, Bank Select, or Volume, for the Extern A/B slots.
Additionally, the Extern section provides a rotary encoder which is assignable to the MIDI CC# of your choice. You can optionally choose to
have data stored either on a global or per-program basis.
1 Select a Stage 2 program from which you wish to play external
2 Set the Extern A section and the external device to the same MIDI
EE Make sure that the Extern channel is not the same channel as the
Stage 2 Global channel. If it is, set Global to another channel.
3 Activate the Extern Section and assign it to the desired zone(s).
4 Play in that zone on the Stage 2 and you should hear your external device.
There may be settings/options on your external MIDI units that
affect how they react to incoming MIDI data; please check the
documentation you have for your other units.
5 Set Octave Shift, Sust Ped and P Stick as needed.
6 Press the Extern Parameter Select repeatedly until the Prog
Change LED is lit. Turn the Extern encoder knob until it has selected the external device program, which you wish to use. If Bank
Select data is needed to access that selection, these data will
need to be manually entered into the Extern Menu.
7 Press the Extern Parameter Select repeatedly until the Volume
LED is lit. Turn the Extern encoder knob to adjust the volume of
the external MIDI unit by transmitting MIDI CC#7.
8 Store your new program to your Stage 2.
By activating Send On Load in the Extern Menu, whenever this particular Stage 2 program is selected, all of that data (program change, bank
select, and volume) will automatically be transmitted from the Stage
2 to the external device. In fact, Nord provides an extra continuous
controller message in the Extern menu. Simply set the CC number and
the desired value and it will be transmitted along with the rest.
There are several options available if you wish to use a second keyboard or other MIDI device to control one or more Stage 2 instruments.
Let’s have a look at the Dual Kb feature first.
Dual Kb
With this function, it is possible to use an external keyboard to control
the Slot B instrument sections exclusively.
1 Activate Dual Kb on the Stage 2 panel by holding Shift and press
the Slot B button.
2 Set the Stage 2’s Dual Kb MIDI channel to the MIDI channel of the
transmitting MIDI device; this is done in the Stage 2 MIDI menu,
the default setting is MIDI channel 16.
3 Activate one or more instrument sections on Slot B of the Stage 2.
EE The On/Off setting of the Dual Kb feature will be stored for each
When Dual Kb mode is active, the Stage 2’s keyboard will play Slot A
instruments, regardless of which Slot is focused on the panel, and Slot
B will be played from the external MIDI device. Any controllers (pedals
etc.) that you operate on the Stage 2 will not affect the Stage 2 instruments on Slot B.
With Dual Kb mode, it is easily possible to add a different keyboard action to your rig. Perhaps you have a hammer-action Stage 2, but want
waterfall keys for organ playing, or you have a semi-weighted Stage 2,
but want a weighted action for piano playing.
If the Stage 2 is transposed using the Panel Transpose, the incoming MIDI on the Dual Kb channel will also be transposed.
Nord Stage 2 OS Version 1.30 Release Notes
Slot MIDI control
A second option to control parts of the Stage 2 from a external device
would be to use the Slot MIDI capabilities. While this functionality is
similar to the Dual Kb feature, you can still use the Stage’s keyboard for
both slots if you wish.
Recording a Stage 2 performance to
a MIDI sequencer
If you want to control just one instrument on the Stage 2 with an
external unit, a better option is to use the Instrument MIDI. This will be
explained in the following section.
A Slot MIDI channel can control the same instrument as an Instrument channel at the same time if you wish. If this is not desirable
set the Slot MIDI or Instrument channel to Off.
Global MIDI
The third option to control the Stage 2 via MIDI would be to use the
Global MIDI capabilities. If an external devices transmitting MIDI channel is the same as the Stage 2 Global MIDI channel, the external device
will control the entire Stage 2 in the same way as its own keyboard and
panel does.
Here is how to record a Stage 2 performance just as you would play it
from the unit - with all the pedal actions, morphing and other things to
a MIDI sequencer. This is probably best achieved by using the Global
MIDI channel.
1 Set the sequencer track to route back incoming MIDI on the
Global MIDI can be turned Off in the MIDI menu. This will disable
both transmission and reception of MIDI from the Global component.
External Sync
The Master Clock on the Stage 2 can be controlled by incoming MIDI
clock messages. This is an automatic behavior, as soon as the Stage
2 receives MIDI clock on the MIDI input or the USB MIDI input, the
Master Clock will be synchronized to the incoming external clock.
Global Channel.
2 Set Local in the MIDI menu to Off on the Stage 2
3 Select the Program on the Stage 2 that you wish to use.
4 Start the recording on the sequencer.
The MIDI output on the Global channel will not care about any splits; it
will produce MIDI note numbers from the entire Stage keyboard.
When the Master Clock is locked to an incoming clock, EXT will be
displayed in the LCD if you press the MST CLK button, together with
the incoming tempo in BPM.
Extern Section and MIDI re-routing
Program Change
When an external device transmits MIDI notes to the Stage 2 and the
Extern section is activated on the Stage 2, those incoming MIDI notes
can be re-routed to the MIDI Output of the Stage 2, on the MIDI channel that is set for the Extern section. This allows you to control one
external device from another external device. The incoming notes have
to be on the same MIDI channels as set in the Stage 2 for the Dual Kb,
the Slot A or Slot B MIDI channel setting or the Global MIDI channel
setting. The Extern menu setting Soft Thru must also be “On”.
Incoming Program Change messages on the Global MIDI channel will
change the programs on the Stage 2 if the MIDI Prog Mode parameter
in the MIDI Menu is set to Receive or Send/Receive. This parameter
also governs if Program Change messages should be transmitted
when you select a Program on the Stage 2’s panel.
The Panel or Global Transpose features will not influence the MIDI
output on the Global Channel. The transpose value is instead
added to the notes that appear at the MIDI input.
If you want to transmit program change messages to external
units, use the Extern section.
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Using the Stage 2 as a sound
source with a sequencer
The key to this functionality is to set each of the six Instrument MIDI
channels and the Global channel to individual MIDI channels in the MIDI
1 Enter the MIDI Menu and set individual MIDI channels to all the
instruments and the Global Channel. You can mix MIDI- and USB
MIDI channels as you wish.
2 Set MIDI Local to Off, this is done in the MIDI Menu.
3 Make the sequencer tracks route back MIDI on the six different
channels that the instruments are set to.
4 Use the sequencer tracks to select which instrument to perform/
By combining these features and scenarios, you can create very flexible
setups. You can have some Stage 2 instruments being controlled by
incoming MIDI only, and other being controlled by the Stage 2 itself.
There are no limitations to the channel settings in the MIDI menu; it is
quite possible to have more than one receptor react to the same MIDI
channel, which may (or may not) be what you want.
If you for example want to control one instrument in the Stage 2 on
MIDI channel 4, it would be a good idea to make sure that no other
part (Global, Slot or Instrument MIDI channel) in the Stage 2 is set to
use that MIDI channel, unless you have a special reason for wanting to
do that.
You will also be able to have situations, if MIDI Local is set to Off, where
instruments are seemingly active on the Stage 2 panel, but you can’t
edit or play with these. Just make sure that the sequencer re-routes
the keyboard and panel information to the correct MIDI channels that
these instruments respond to.
record with.
When Local is Off and the sequencer routes back the MIDI, you
may find yourself in situations where the buttons and knobs
seems to be inactive or stuck on the Stage 2 itself. This is normal
behavior, if the sequencer sends MIDI data on a MIDI channel that
the Stage 2 does not recognize. Just make sure that a sequencer
track with for example the Global MIDI channel or one of the
instrument channels is selected instead.
The effect parameters, the performance controls (pedals, Pitch Stick
etc) and the Morph will be transmitted on the Global MIDI channel,
and should be re-routed in the sequencer to the individual Instrument
Instrument MIDI will not be affected by any splits that you have set up
on the Stage 2.
The Octave Shift or Panel Transpose functionality for the instruments
will not affect incoming MIDI data to the Instrument MIDI. If you want to
transpose the Stage 2 instruments, do this on the sequencer tracks.
MIDI Input Only
When an instrument is assigned to a MIDI channel, this opens up a
powerful feature: the MIDI Input Only mode. This allows you to activate
an instrument on the Stage 2, without controlling it from the keyboard. It will only be played from incoming MIDI, but the Stage 2 panel
remains active to allow you to change any settings to the instrument’s
1 Hold the Shift button and press repeatedly on the Zone Select
button until all green zone LEDs go out, but the instrument’s other
LEDs are still lit.
The following MIDI messages can be transmitted and received from
Nord Stage 2:
Note On/Off
• Note On and Note Off messages are transmitted and received.
Pitch Bend
• Pitch Bend messages are transmitted and received by Nord Stage 2.
On the MIDI Menu (see page 44), you can select if the Nord Stage 2
should transmit and/or receive Control Change messages.
• If you have an Control/Expression pedal connected to the Organ
Swell Input, this is transmitted and received as Controller 4.
• If you have an Control/Expression pedal connected to the Control
Pedal Input, this is transmitted and received as Controller 11 (Expression).
• If you have a sustain pedal connected to the Sustain Pedal Input, this
is transmitted and received as Controller 64 (Sustain Pedal).
• Almost all other controls (knobs and buttons) on the front panel are
also transmitted and received as Control Change messages. This can
be used to record your actions on the front panel into a MIDI sequencer.
Keyboard Velocity
The Nord Stage 2 can transmit and receive Keyboard Velocity messages. Organ sounds will always be played back at nominal level
regardless of incoming MIDI Velocity data. Release velocity is transmitted, but ignored on MIDI In.
The Nord Stage 2 keyboard can transmit Aftertouch messages (sometimes called channel pressure). The player can apply more pressure on
a key while it is down; and this will generate a signal that can be used
to control parameters.
Nord Stage 2 OS Version 1.30 Release Notes
Program Change
In the MIDI Menu, you can select if the Nord Stage 2 should send and/
or receive program Change messages on the Global channel that affects its internal programs. Program Change messages with the value
0-99 selects the programs in the active bank, Program Change messages 100-104 selects the 5 Live memories.
Bank Select
The 4 Program Banks in the Stage 2 can be remotely selected via
MIDI, by transmitting a Bank Select Message that looks like this: CC 0,
value 0, CC 32 value 0, 1, 2 or 3 (for banks A, B, C and D). The Bank
Select should immediately be followed by a Program Change message,
value 0-99.
Local On/Off
Local Off can be used to “disconnect” the keyboard and the panel
on the Stage 2 from the sound engines. Turn Local Off if you experience “double-triggered” notes when you play; both from the keyboard
internally and via the MIDI “loop”. Local On/Off is set in the MIDI menu,
which is described on page 44.
If notes should hang using the Nord Stage 2 in a MIDI setup, all you
need to do is hold down the Shift button and press the Panic/Program
5 button. This will execute an internal All Notes Off, and reset incoming
CC messages.
If you use a computer running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, you
need to install the Nord v3.x USB driver to achieve the MIDI via USB
functionality. This driver is available through Windows Update by just
connecting the computer to the Internet and attach the Nord Stage 2.
The driver can also be installed from the DVD that accompanied the
unit or downloaded from the website.
Computers running Mac OSX have a native USB support for Nord
units. No driver installation is necessary.
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MIDI Controller List
Synth LFO Rate
Reverb Enable
Synth LFO Waveform
LFO Master Clk
Organ Swell
Synth Oscillator Mode
Slot Focus
Organ Drawbar 1
Synth Waveform Select
Organ Drawbar 2
Synth Oscillator Shape
44 (0-127)
Pedal Sustain
Pedal Latch
Organ Drawbar 3
Synth Oscillator Shape Mod
Pedal Soft
Synth Filter Frequency
Organ Swell Pedal
Organ Drawbar 4
Organ Drawbar 5
Synth Filter Resonance
Ctrl Pedal
Synth Filter Vel/Env Mod
Rotor Speed Pedal
Organ Drawbar 7
Synth Filter LFO Mod
KB Gate Pedal
Organ Drawbar 8
Synth Filter KBT (Keyb. track)
Organ Drawbar 9
Synth Filter Type
Organ Percussion Enable
Synth Amp Envelope Attack
Master Level (if Swell Type is
set to Volume in System Menu)
Organ Model
Synth Amp Envelope Decay
Organ Vibrato Type
Synth Amp Envelope Mode
Organ Vibrato Enable
Synth Amp Envelope Velocity
Organ Percussion Harmonic
Organ Percussion Speed
Effect 1 Type
Organ Percussion Level
Effect 1 Source
Organ Octave Shift
Effect 1 Amount
Organ Level
Effect 1 Rate
Organ Enable
Effect 1 Enable
Effect 1 Mst Clk
Nord Stage 2 Parameter
Organ Preset II
Organ Drawbar 6
Piano Type
Effect 2 Type
Piano Model
Effect 2 Source
Piano Slot Detune
Effect 2 Amount
Clav EQ 1
Effect 2 Rate
Clav EQ 2
Effect 2 Enable
Clav Model/Type
Effect 2 Mst Clk
Delay Destination
Piano Acoustic
Delay Amount
Piano Octave Shift
Delay Rate
Piano Level
Delay Feedback
Piano Enable
Delay Ping Pong on/off
Delay Enable
Delay Mst Clk
AmpSim Type
Synth Level
AmpSim Destination
Synth Enable
AmpSim Drive
Synth Glide Rate
AmpSim Bass EQ
Synth Arp On/Off
AmpSim Mid amount EQ
Synth Arp Mst Clk
AmpSim Mid Range
Synth Arp Rate
AmpSim Treble EQ
AmpSim Enable
Synth Arp Range
Rotor Destination
Synth Voice Mode
Rotor Drive
Synth Unison
Rotor Speed
Synth Vibrato Mode
Rotor Stop
Synth Mod Envelope Attack
Rotor Enable
Synth Mod Envelope Decay
Compressor Amount
Piano Dynamics
Piano Pedal Noise
Synth Octave Shift
Synth Arp Pattern
Nord Stage 2 Parameter
Synth Mod Envelope Mode
Synth Mod Envelope Velocity
Compressor Enable
Reverb Amount
Reverb Size
Nord Stage 2 Parameter