Cadenza, an 88-key hammer-action digital piano is designed to offer piano performance plus digital piano connection to Mac, PC or iPad.
Alesis will exhibit the Cadenza at Booth #400 at the 2011 Summer NAMM show from July 21st- 23rd in Nashville, TN.
The Cadenza is an 88-key, hammer-action digital piano.
- Eight, stereo instrument voices, including Grand, Upright, Electric, Strings, Organ and more.
- Split function, which divides the digital keyboard into two different sounds, such as left-hand piano and right-hand strings.
- Sustain pedal is designed to enable further expression.
- Players can add chorus and reverb effects, and fine-tune treble and bass controls.
- 1/8-inch stereo auxiliary input.
- A MIDI Input jack enables playing the Cadenza's sounds using an external keyboard
- A MIDI output jack
- USB MIDI jack connects directly to a Mac or PC
- And with Apple’s USB adapter, players can connect the Cadenza to their iPad or iPad 2 and play using Core MIDI-compliant apps, according to the company.
- Built-in stereo speakers
- Wood-grain frame
For more information about the Cadenza visit www.alesis.com/cadenza.
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