Alesis Electronic instrument user reviews

  • Alesis DataDisk SQ

    Alesis DataDisk SQ - "Alesis Data Disk - All your synths now belong to us"


    So basically if you want convenience, GIG travel usefulness and simplification of your MIDI libary, buy one of these. they average about $50 on ebay. Someone said "you cannot use 1.44MB disks" That is NOT true. It supports both SD and HD 3.5" fl…

  • Alesis QS8

    Alesis QS8 - "Great Value / almost perfect"


    I have been looking for a decent stage piano that can fill my needs for Rhodes, Wurly, Clavinet, and acoustic piano sounds. Being able to do some decent B-3 tones was not necessary but definitely a plus, as I have another keyboard that fills my need…

  • Alesis Fusion 8HD

    Alesis Fusion 8HD - "room for improvment"


    Alesis fusion is a good keyboard, and I have used it several times. But there is a lot of room for improvement with it which is one of the reasons I actually didn’t purchase it myself (though I did think about it). One of the main reasons that I knew…

  • Alesis NanoPiano

    Alesis NanoPiano - "Performes well"


    If you are looking for realistic piano sounds than the Alesis NanoPiano could be just what you have been looking for. The device itself is pretty small and its not rack able. Just looking at it made me wonder how they got all those good pianos and or…

  • Alesis QS8

    Alesis QS8 - "classic from alesis"


    The Alesis QS8 is a very good instrument keyboard. It comes with a large library of sounds and instruments for you to use in your own compositions , along with 16 megabytes of on board ROM. This keyboard is also expandable incase you decide you need …

  • Alesis A6 Andromeda

    Alesis A6 Andromeda - "Imperfect masterpiece"


    TONS of features! In terms of actual synthesis, the number of sound-mangling features is enormous and very satisfying. Just about anything can modulate just about anything else. Sub oscillators are great. There are a couple of features that I miss, t…

  • Alesis QS7

    Alesis QS7 - "worth it"


    The Alesis QS7 is a frequency modulation based digital synthesizer. The keyboard spans about four and a half octaves and has both pitch and modulation wheels. It has 1/4 inch outputs and it also has MIDI connections. In addition, this synth is fully …

  • Alesis Fusion 8HD

    Alesis Fusion 8HD - yoTrakkz's review


    The Alesis Fusion Hd is a pretty powerful workstation for use producers and musicians. I purchased this product when it first came out on the market in 2005. I had the Fusion 8HD with 88 weighted keys. But no matter how many keys or which version of …

  • Alesis QS7

    Alesis QS7 - yoTrakkz's review


    The Alesis Qs7 is a decent board with some expansion slots and has 76 keys. There are also a few assignable sliders that you can use for what you want within your program. There is no sequencer on this board which makes a lot of people upset, but th…

  • Alesis A6 Andromeda

    Alesis A6 Andromeda - "Great synth, but not for everyone"


    This is the ultimate analog synthesizer. It has five octaves (61 keys), 16 note polyphony and has two oscillators. Every patch can be modified to the nth degree with knobs for almost every single possible option. It has the features that are stand…