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Alesis QSRPublished on 02/22/07 at 17:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
1U.

I think this must be the PCM.

In addition to the normal analog output, this synth has a digital S-PDIF (16 bit 48 kHz only)

UTILIZATION

Looks easy to use with illuminated keys that makes it even clearer.

SOUNDS

Well, I could not study it in depth yet but I tried it: it sounds piano breathtaking :-)))))) would be a real piano :-))) ))

OVERALL OPINION

At first glance, especially c'es piano sounds that stand out here. ...
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1U.

I think this must be the PCM.

In addition to the normal analog output, this synth has a digital S-PDIF (16 bit 48 kHz only)

UTILIZATION

Looks easy to use with illuminated keys that makes it even clearer.

SOUNDS

Well, I could not study it in depth yet but I tried it: it sounds piano breathtaking :-)))))) would be a real piano :-))) ))

OVERALL OPINION

At first glance, especially c'es piano sounds that stand out here.
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Alesis QSRPublished on 02/26/08 at 06:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Rack general, but unfortunately little known to me is largely a Korg TR rack, for example ...
Polyphony 64 alesis effects of very high quality (I think excerpts from Q2)

UTILIZATION

The manual is in English Grrrrr!
Editing is simple but a bigger screen would have been welcome, but mostly I do not like about this machine and it is worth one point less, it's slow response to changes in his or mode, really annoying to the point of not trying too hard to get into the beast ... (Let alone a beast "back wheel" when it is running) (you turn up to patch 50, for example, is released, and hop back on it 49 ... very annoying ...)

SOUNDS

Are enormous and are much less those of expansion......
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Rack general, but unfortunately little known to me is largely a Korg TR rack, for example ...
Polyphony 64 alesis effects of very high quality (I think excerpts from Q2)

UTILIZATION

The manual is in English Grrrrr!
Editing is simple but a bigger screen would have been welcome, but mostly I do not like about this machine and it is worth one point less, it's slow response to changes in his or mode, really annoying to the point of not trying too hard to get into the beast ... (Let alone a beast "back wheel" when it is running) (you turn up to patch 50, for example, is released, and hop back on it 49 ... very annoying ...)

SOUNDS

Are enormous and are much less those of expansion cards ... I'm not quite agree with the previous opinion regarding the pianos ... I have a Fantom X6 Reason 8 anda side of QSR and pianos are not tip top anyway ... As against the rhodes are watching closely, they are interesting ... The organs are great with a function that already xonnait on Reason, but the ghosts do not have is a keyclick realistic. Indeed, as the B3 only the first note down to the sound of percussion, and so holds that the other no longer have the same attack.
The strength level sound is still large ground in the minds of film music ect ... grandiose.
He was ahead of its time ...
To say I have a V-Synth, a fantom X6, a pattern 8, a Korg 01W, an S3000, and sometimes I can not make a sound qu'vec this synth, the others are sometimes Street ...
When I see 400 euros in PA ... Pfffff!

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it in 2000,
I love it except that damn wheel, I control as possible by twelve o'clock!
value for money is great, I think I could repeat that choice, but I would listen to the Proteus 2000 Emu home that attracts me a lot too.
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" Not bad! not bad!"

Alesis QSRPublished on 02/22/11 at 10:11
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rack from the series QS6 / 7 alesis
64 channels polyphony
effects resulting from the Quadraverb II
512 sounds, 128 user
at the mode mix are 400 internal and 100 user
usual twelve o'clock triplet
RS232 interface
16 bit / 48khz

UTILIZATION

the config is a bit unusual compared to its Japanese rack changes a bit but having already a s4 + I find myself not too bad apart Management fx
I do not have the manual but it is downloadable and not really needed
edition of the sounds on the screen is not top


SOUNDS

Sounds are not bad, tablecloths, elec piano well, not terrible classical piano, the drums seem to be the same as the D4 or a little better.
effects are well up to 4 at the......
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rack from the series QS6 / 7 alesis
64 channels polyphony
effects resulting from the Quadraverb II
512 sounds, 128 user
at the mode mix are 400 internal and 100 user
usual twelve o'clock triplet
RS232 interface
16 bit / 48khz

UTILIZATION

the config is a bit unusual compared to its Japanese rack changes a bit but having already a s4 + I find myself not too bad apart Management fx
I do not have the manual but it is downloadable and not really needed
edition of the sounds on the screen is not top


SOUNDS

Sounds are not bad, tablecloths, elec piano well, not terrible classical piano, the drums seem to be the same as the D4 or a little better.
effects are well up to 4 at the same time
expression is good but we feel the limits and the lack of layers
I prefer tablecloths and a few pianos elec

OVERALL OPINION

for 2 days
s4 + qs6.2, quadrasynth makes it all the same but if I have other bikes
incomparable with a ground rack (top view) it's a collector but not a must even when I redeemed myself by nostalgia and throne in a rack with other fairs that junk to my heart
you do not be fooled by unscrupulous sellers of this rack is at max 250/300 euros with at least one card or a pcmcia rom blank beyond that is your better choice then bought a QS6 see 8 or 7 which is cheap the sound card will contain 8/16mo so its not far comparatively jv-1080 is superior especially with srjv-rom
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  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: QSR
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/28/2004

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