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Alesis Q49

49-Key MIDI Keyboard from Alesis .

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"Great entry level midi controller."

Alesis Q49Published on 01/28/11 at 07:23
Being honest, I bought this midi keyboard as a cheap replacement and a temporary (at the time) measure. There is a decent pitch wheel and a modulation wheel on it which serve basic needs brilliantly and effectively. The interface of the keyboard is very easy to use and would be great for anybody just starting up in music production. It connects VIA USB into a computer and is plug in play with no drivers needed to use. It comes with a free Ableton LITE disk whch is very handy for the starter. There are no pedals or any real extras that come with the keyboard, it is a pure midi keyboard as they come.

UTILIZATION

The set up is as simple as it could possibly be. Literally plug in and play......
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Being honest, I bought this midi keyboard as a cheap replacement and a temporary (at the time) measure. There is a decent pitch wheel and a modulation wheel on it which serve basic needs brilliantly and effectively. The interface of the keyboard is very easy to use and would be great for anybody just starting up in music production. It connects VIA USB into a computer and is plug in play with no drivers needed to use. It comes with a free Ableton LITE disk whch is very handy for the starter. There are no pedals or any real extras that come with the keyboard, it is a pure midi keyboard as they come.

UTILIZATION

The set up is as simple as it could possibly be. Literally plug in and play after setting it up in your DAW of choice. When I bought it I first installed Ableton Lite as I wanted a change from FL studio for a while. As stated earlier, this is great for the starter as they don't need to do much research to get straight into production. There are no patches with the keyboard as it is simply just a midi controller. There are octave buttons if you require to go over the 49 keys that are there which are easily reachable from lower octaves.

OVERALL OPINION

I like how it is cheap and readily available for the entry user. I would reccomend this keyboard to anybody who is looking to start out in music and wants a quick introduction to production. I have had many other keyboards in the past "superior" to this one but I am not even bothering to re upgrade as the Q49 does exactly what it is meant to do. Knowing what I would know now, I would have originally got this "cheap" keyboard instead of splashing out on more expensive models that only went on to break!
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" Correct"

Alesis Q49Published on 04/27/14 at 12:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Compact, minimalist, lightweight, powered by USB 2.0.

UTILIZATION

The weak point is obviously the KEYBOARD squeaky. The mechanical low-range sounds like simple spring clothespins.
Aside from that, it is satisfactory as master keyboard and responds perfectly to the computer.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it regularly for a year to make models and to experiment with sounds.
I also have an M-Audio Oxygen 25 touch very different.
It can make the case for a game without much nuance, but this does not give a good picture of Alesis.
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" Keyboard very poor quality"

Alesis Q49Published on 12/02/13 at 11:15
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I wanted a not very expensive keyboard 49 keys for a master midi keyboard on cubase 5 special nylon e control my vst usb all in with his mcarte UA 25 EX roland

UTILIZATION

The touch keyboard is it enjoyable: not at all responds very poorly gadget

Is it your use? means I do a lot of web and Arpegiator with high tempis and it responds very well with a latency of 5 to 7 sec.

The manual is clear and sufficient? you branch and that's all plug and play ets in win July 64 cubase 5

The general configuration is it simple? yes very simple: pitch wheel, modulation, volume button, octave and possibility to send banks on the parties indicated keyboards "and modulate velocity and after......
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I wanted a not very expensive keyboard 49 keys for a master midi keyboard on cubase 5 special nylon e control my vst usb all in with his mcarte UA 25 EX roland

UTILIZATION

The touch keyboard is it enjoyable: not at all responds very poorly gadget

Is it your use? means I do a lot of web and Arpegiator with high tempis and it responds very well with a latency of 5 to 7 sec.

The manual is clear and sufficient? you branch and that's all plug and play ets in win July 64 cubase 5

The general configuration is it simple? yes very simple: pitch wheel, modulation, volume button, octave and possibility to send banks on the parties indicated keyboards "and modulate velocity and after touch on certianbs vst

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it? 1 year

Have you tried many other models before buying it? yes oxygen 49 Keystation 32.49

least: hit gadget, aftertouch disastrous quality usb connector medicore he game after 1 year and disconnects cubase is really unbearable, my keys F and G do not work, not at all reliable keyboard, delicate keyboard

overpriced given the quality I returned to M-Audio Oxygen ets even if not the same price u will be less Quaite
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" well"

Alesis Q49Published on 11/11/11 at 04:06
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A 49-key modulation wheel and pitch wheel button down and two octaves up to twelve o'clock and select a button and a potentiometer for the right entry level taking twelve one jack 6.35 a jack sustain a alliment 9v ac but no need since it is the usb alliment

UTILIZATION

super easy to use wizard will not need any man is directly roconnu the pc has the right sensibilitée velocytée

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year is my first master keyboard but I would have a reselect qx49 I would take the version that is more complete if not good keyboard and not too expensive ...
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A 49-key modulation wheel and pitch wheel button down and two octaves up to twelve o'clock and select a button and a potentiometer for the right entry level taking twelve one jack 6.35 a jack sustain a alliment 9v ac but no need since it is the usb alliment

UTILIZATION

super easy to use wizard will not need any man is directly roconnu the pc has the right sensibilitée velocytée

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year is my first master keyboard but I would have a reselect qx49 I would take the version that is more complete if not good keyboard and not too expensive
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: Q49
  • Category: 49-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 07/08/2010

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