Alesis MidiVerb 4

Alesis MidiVerb 4

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MidiVerb 4, Multi-Effects Processor from Alesis in the MidiVerb series.

11 user reviews

Alesis MidiVerb 4 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: MidiVerb 4
  • Series: MidiVerb
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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Alesis MidiVerb 4 user reviews

Average Score:3.8( 3.8/5 based on 11 reviews )
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tchinnniss's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good camera"

Alesis MidiVerb 4
I used to live two device

easy to use, now I do not surely uses a 100% capacity but I am very satisfied

Manual available in French (important)

much adjustment possible on every preset.
I give 9/10


very good configuration

manual is very simple

9/10 also


very nice indeed (apart the leslie)

used primarily on voice



3 years of use without surprise

already use 3 of the same brand.


drum_de_drum's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I do not like ..."

Alesis MidiVerb 4
Digital Effect Midi, LCD screen, a hundred and a hundred preset user programs.


The configuration settings are simple, the only problem is that in there! editing is simple but really too restrictive, rendering is not up to par.


Effects are editable, do flanger chorus is simple, the delay is very effective in fact it is the reason why I am separated! Pingpong not worthy of the name, no adjustment possible time to demisemiquaver to 127BPM.


I used this for a year, the effect is not expensive but I think it has what you pay for, the cosmetic is nice, that's all. I still bought Lexicon.

Strato1963's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent tool!"

Alesis MidiVerb 4
Reverberation entry level model rack, digital connectors (unbalanced) complete considering its price.
Mine is a generation old (<1999), I do not know the latest generation ALESIS since changed owners several times.
Personally, I edit my sounds via Unisyn an old MOTU software runs only on older Mac G4 equipped with Mac OS 9.
Today, I do more than serve to provide reverb returns headphones making sounds.


I had a manual in English, but fortunately, this module is so simple and intuitive that the manual does not use much.
In fact, the sound editing is a cinch as long as you mastering reverb and what its parameters.
Note that there are two blocks configurable as desired and are available in a range of temporal effects (chorus, flanger, delay, etc ...).
It is possible to obtain a stereo processing "real" by configuring two motors in parallel by assigning the same effect.


Programs origins are a bit too typical, probably to highlight the craft. However, for those who take the time to understand the usability simple, it is easy to take beautiful reverbs by combining the second module.
Note the presence of unpleasant digital artifacts when the parameters are pushed too far.
Midiverb my IV was in turn used as main reverb in my guitar rack, and for mixing some way to keep the secondary instruments, and finally its utility is still the sound for listening comfort musicians.
Obsolete technology, but an effect, whatever it is, becomes too? My answer is no.


I bought mine in 1995 for the sum of CHF 2450 At this time, I tried everything that was in this price range (not much, indeed!).
At the same time, I doubled my buy a Digitech DSP128 + makes me always full menu services. All these old modules can remain formidable tools. Like all reverbs, they have specific tones and grains.
At a time when everything is in the computer, it is nice to have modules like this to give a little more productions smoothed by software a bit overrated.
My home studio is based on this concept, except analog recording tracks on the Mac. I try to mix by hand as the former when projects are manageable.
To me, his biggest weakness is the external power supply. I really hate this stuff.
Strengths: Personality marked, easy to program, large bright screen, sounds very suitable. Bit noisy despite the lack of inputs - outputs.
I do not know the newer models, but I would do this choice with your eyes closed.
Value - unbeatable price.

Bout'chou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" It's great to start!"

Alesis MidiVerb 4
Everything has already been said, this is a reverb with lots of other effects. Choruses, and delays flangeurs. There's even a octaver!


It is very easy to use! This is very convenient is its large screen which allows to see all available settings. By against something that is not terrible I think these are the names of presets not always easy to understand, such as A1-Anda-or-Buttah it is not very clear!


I like the chorus and reverbs including short flat are very nice! on the other hand I prefer my long reverbs lxp 5 which I think are more beautiful.


I bought mine used in perfect condition there about 3 years and I am more than happy! Except for the backlight no longer works. Apparently this is a common problem MIDIVERB. Good that prevent them from working with because we can still see what we do, but hey it's a little messy. In addition we are forced to work in full sunlight.
I would do this choice without hesitation, she helped me out and also do lots of interesting things with my bass and my keyboards!

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