Alesis QS6.2 61-Key SynthesizerProduct #705537 Alesis 705537 CGA Synthesizers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A huge, 16MB sound ROM with 640 internal programs and 500 mixes makes the Alesis QS6.2 61-Key Synthesizer an amazingly flexible, musical, and easy-to-use synth. All that muscle is matched with 61 keys and 64-voice polyphony to provide unparalleled freedom for your fingers. State-of-the-art, 24-bit D/A conversion; internal stereo digital effects processing; a PCMCIA expansion slot; MIDI I/O; and stereo outputs.
- 16MB sound ROM
- 640 internal programs
- 500 mixes
- 61 keys and 64-voice polyphony
- 24-bit D/A conversion
- Internal stereo digital effects processing
- PCMCIA expansion slot
- MIDI I/O
Reviewed by 5 customers
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Best Keyboard for the money. This is my 2nd QS Keyboard. I had the original QS6 and now the QS6.2. The sounds in this board will sit well in any mix. It's true when they say "Built like a Tank". This is a True Midi Controller also. I have owned almost everything out there and must say, the QS was worth every Dollar.
I've own many keyboards in my days and I still "love me some" Alesis QS6.1. I've just bought the QS 6.2 and can't wait to just play it. I have to admit that I've played the Roland's, the Kurzweil's, the Yamaha's, you name it, I've played it. The thing I use my QS6.1 and the more than likely the QS 6.2 is for LIVE playing. Their the best for live board playing.
I am loving the Alesis QS6.2 great sounds affordable price. I especially love the piano sounds its just wonderful keep coming back with those Qs and I will surely be an upcoming buyer.
This is one nice keyboard. What I like the most is the QCards one can put to use. The sound is so clear when playing and the keys feel like a real piano. I am an ambient artist so I am really impressed with all the ambient sounds one can make with this synth. The only thing I don't like is no internal recording. MIDI recording to a PC one can do once you get a MIDI interface going. A great keyboard for the beginner or the pro to play live. The price is outstanding for the quality. If I had $3 grand I would go with a work station keyboard, but on this keyboard I did get more "BANG for my BUCK".
Well, it's a sampler, so it's a synth that essentially plays back whatever sounds are loaded up into it. It comes with hundreds of samples pre-loaded, so don't worry. And then you can add other samples via PCMCIA Flash cards, which you can buy from Alesis or create them yourself with your own sounds. Very nice, clean and simple interface, very orderly, it doesn't make you feel lost. It doesn't have an arpeggiator. The filters are not resonant, only subtractive. But otherwise the effects are pretty good (hey, this is Alesis, folks!).The price is unbelievably low. "Awesome value" is an expression that doesn't make justice to this very cheap but quite powerful piece of equipment. Sure, it doesn't compare with an advanced Kurtzweil synth, but it comes at a price 5x lower. If you're a beginner, this is your ideal first keyboard. If you're a professional, this is your perfect straightforward no-frills sampler. I love it. It's a nice clean instrument, doesn't have bizarre behavior. It does what's expected from it, it looks good and it's pretty sturdy.