Alesis The Cadenza
Alesis announces that the Cadenza, an 88-key hammer-action digital piano, is now shipping to musical instrument retailers.
The Cadenza offers a variety of piano tones: Grand, Upright, Electric, Strings, Organ, and more.
The Cadenza's split function can be used to divide the keyboard between sounds, and users can layer different sounds to create combinations.
The Cadenza includes a 1/8-inch stereo auxiliary input, allowing players to connect a CD or MP3 player and play along with their favorite songs. A MIDI input and output are also provided to control the Cadenza’s sound via a separate keyboard, or to use the Cadenza to control MIDI-compliant sound modules or instruments.
The Cadenza's USB MIDI jack allows for connection to a Mac or PC, so players can work with music software. Using the Apple iPad USB adapter, players can even connect the Cadenza to their iPad, iPad 2 or iPhone 4S and play using any CoreMIDI app.
The Cadenza features built-in stereo speakers. The Cadenza also includes output jacks for connecting to external speakers, plus a headphone output for silent practice.
Pricing & Availability:
The Cadenza is now available with a MSRP of $699 and an estimated street price of $499.
For more information about the Cadenza, a new digital piano, visit www.alesis.com/cadenza.
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