Nord Lead 2 Carol of the Bells Christmas Synthesizer Music Rik Marston

Published on Dec 23, 2017 SynthgodXXX

"Nord Lead 2 *Carol of the Bells* Christmas Synthesizer Music
Virtual Analog Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
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Clavia Nord Lead 2 multi-track recording of
"Carol of the Bells", just Organ, Clav, EP, Bells,
& a bit of Synth Bass. No percussion.
Done with Ableton Live with Reverb &
Groove Delay. Hope you all like this!!!
Merry



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