Alesis

May 13, 2016

 

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The Alesis Story

Established in 1980, Alesis was founded on innovative semi-conductor chip technology and award winning industrial designs that allowed entry level musicians and recording artists to afford professional studio recording products that were never affordable before. With high “bang for the buck” value, Alesis introduced the world’s first professional 16 bit effects processor under $1000, the Midiverb. Following on the heels of the Midiverb, Alesis progressed into studio quality drum machines (HR-16 and SR-16) as well as synthesizers, studio monitors and mixing consoles.

1991 proved to be the ground-breaking year for Alesis, with the introduction of the ADAT Multi-Channel Digital Tape Recorder. Before ADAT, a studio would have to invest $50,000 in order to afford a multi-track digital recorder. With ADAT, the price tag came down to $4,000, essentially allowing every home and project studio to afford digital recording. This new technology allowed any artist or musician to record studio quality recordings.

In 2001, Alesis was acquired by Jack O’Donnell, and ever-since the company has delivered more solutions and value to musicians than ever before. Under his leadership the company ventured into producing the worlds most affordable analog mixers with built-in Digital Signal Processing (award-winning MultiMix Series Mixers), an advanced yet affordable full line of electronic percussion products (USB Pro Kit, DM5 Pro Kit, SURGE Cymbals, Performance Pad), as well as highly innovative and adaptable computer audio interfaces and controllers (MasterControl). Alesis is committed to delivering the most innovative and inspiring professional audio gear for musicians, producers and engineers of all levels.

 

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https://reverb.com/news/how-the-1990s-changed-recording-and-music-production-foreverHow the 1990s Changed Recording and Music Production Forever – Reverb News ADAT recording was tape’s last victory in the 1990s, with pioneering digital music equipment manufacturer Alesis leading the charge. Utilizing a slightly modified version of the VHS videocassette, the S–VHS, ADAT challenged the middling standards and … 
 

 

 

 

http://www.mixdownmag.com.au/alesis-strike-kitsALESIS STRIKE KITS – Mixdown (press release) … 100 factory kits and over 1600 multi-sampled instruments, but perhaps most exciting is the included Strike Software Editor that allows you to create your own custom kits. The module even functions as a sampler, and the playability is unlike any …

 

 

 

 

 

http://registrardaily.com/2017/02/09/global-percussion-instrument-market-roland-2017/Global Percussion Instrument Market-Remo, Roland, Yamaha, Alesis – Registrar Daily – Market Research News by Market.Biz (press release) Registrar Daily – Global Percussion Instrument Market This report primarily focuses on Percussion Instrument in the global market. This report generally covers Percussion Instrument market in North America, Percussion Instrument market in Asia-Pacific, Percussion …

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.sonicstate.com/news/2017/01/26/namm-2017-alesis-strike-pro-electronic-drums/NAMM 2017: Alesis Strike Pro Electronic Drums – Sonic State New from Alesis are the Strike series of electronic kits. Coming in 5 and 6 piece configurations, they feature mesh heads and multi-zone cymbal pads. You can load your own samples and have high levels of velocity switching, giving a good level of …

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.musicradar.com/reviews/drums/alesis-command-electronic-drum-kit-641756Alesis Command Electronic Drum Kit review – MusicRadar At just a cursory glance, pad configuration appears similar to many budget type kits and especially the Nitro, also, the module looks to be almost identical to those used on two of the other mid-priced Alesis Crimson and Forge kits. Perhaps this is a …