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Nord Electro 5 Update Available Now
The Electro 5 OS has just been released - version 1.10. Which can be downloaded directly from their website, href="https://http://www.nordkeyboards.com/downloads/downloads-nord-electro-5"target="_blank">here.
This update fixes a couple of minor bugs that have been discovered since the units have left the Nord factory - one of which was a few customers experiencing 'clicking' when using the Electric Pianos. Here, Nord would recommend updating your units, if you can. The procedure is very easy and just needs the unit connected to a computer via USB.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 15 May 2015 07:00 to category : Tips and advice
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