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Alesis 1622 Mixer

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990

Alesis are known, more than anything, for their digital signal processing expertise, yet their new mixer is an all analogue 16:2:2 design - but employing a revolutionary construction technique. Paul Ireson lends an ear.

Alesis 1622 Mixing Desk

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1990

Already renowned for producing high-quality budget equipment, Alesis have introduced a new 16-channel mixer. Ian Waugh discovers Monolithic Circuit Technology is behind the 1622's amazing performance.

Alesis ADAT

Review | Recording Musician, Sep 1992
8-Track Digital Recorder

It's finally here, it's available and it works!

Alesis ADAT

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1992
8 -Track Digital Recorder

Paul White finds his Holy Grail in a 3U rackmount package — Alesis' revolutionary ADAT, the first digital multitrack tape recorder to compete in the same price bracket as affordable analogue multitracks.

Alesis ADAT Digital Recorder

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1992

ADAT for all seasons

Alesis D4 Drum Module

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1992
Drum Expander

Your drum machine used to dictate the sound of your music - but the variety of sounds in Alesis' drum expander gives you back your freedom. Tim Goodyer says everything starts with a D.

Alesis Data Filer

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
ALESIS DATADISK MIDI Data Recorder

The latest MIDI data recorder to appear is the Alesis Datafiler SysEx recorder, which allows you to record system exclusive info direct to disk. Filing with Vic Lennard.

Alesis HR-16 Drum Machine

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1988

A CD standard 16-bit drum machine? Things have progressed a little from those 8-bit Linn Drum days, passing through 12-bit standards on the way, and now reaching the ultimate level in consumer digital fidelity. Whether excellence or overkill, Alesis have gone the whole way with the HR-16. David Mellor gives it the long-awaited ear test.

Alesis HR16

Review | Micro Music, Apr/May 1989

Richard Fowler passes on a few hints and tips tor Alesis HR16 owners

Alesis HR16 Drum Machine

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1988

A drum machine that sounds more like a drum kit than anything Ludwig ever made? True or not, Alesis' beat box is going to find its way into a lot of recording studios. Nicholas Rowland returns to his roots.

Alesis HR16 Drum Machine & MMT8 MIDI Recorder

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1987

Following the success of the MIDIverb, Alesis have ventured into the realms of drum machines and sequencers. Bob O'Donnell lends an ear and discovers that economy doesn't necessarily mean compromise.

Alesis Micro Effects

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1988

David Hughes tries out three new low-cost companions to the Alesis Microverb - the Micro Enhancer, Micro Gate, and Micro Limiter. Are they the Accessit range of the Eighties?

Alesis Microverb

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1986

Take the successful MIDIverb, remove the MIDI bit, reduce the number of programs to 16, and you've got the cheapest digital reverb in the world. Paul White lends it an ear.

Alesis Microverb III

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1991
Reverb Unit

Now in its third revision, the popular Microverb has attained full rackmount status and boasts an incredible 256 effects programs. Nigel Lord is drowning in reverb.

Alesis MIDIFEX

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1986

Several months after the MIDIVERB turned the world of stereo digital reverb on its head, Alesis look set for a repeat performance with their latest unit - a combination of digital delay, reverb and stereo enhancer. Paul Gilby seems lost for words.

Alesis MIDIFEX

Review | Making Music, Aug 1986
Multiple Effects Unit

Alesis Midifex

Review | International Musician, Oct 1986
Studio Test

The MIDIverb set new standards for low-price, high quality digital reverb. Can the MIDIfex do the same for even more digital effects? Curtis Schwartz reports.

Alesis Midiverb

Review | International Musician, Apr 1986
Studio Test

Jim Betteridge opines on a resounding success

Alesis Midiverb

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Apr 1986

An unbelievable digital reverb at an even more unbelievable price.

Alesis Midiverb

Review | Making Music, May 1986
digital reverb

Alesis MIDIVERB II

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1987

When it comes to the MIDIVERB II, Phil South discovers that sequels can sometimes be better than the originals!

Alesis MIDIverb III

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990

This latest release from the purveyors of low-cost signal processing is more a reverb unit with supplementary effects than a full-function multi-effects processor. Paul Ireson journeys into deep space to check it out.

Alesis Midiverb III

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1990
Digital Reverb

In the beginning was the Midiverb; the Midiverb begat the Midiverb II and the Midiverb II. Nigel Lord checks the latest incarnation of Alesis' standard-setting reverb.

Alesis MMT-8 MIDI Recorder

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1988

In an age when most MIDI sequencers seem to come on floppy disk, Alesis hits the market with their new hardware sequencer, the MMT-8. It doesn't boast a video monitor or multi-mega tracks, so can it compete with the omnipresent beige box? David Mellor yearns to learn.

Alesis MMT8 Sequencer

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1988

The hardware sequencer to beat them all? After an overlong wait, Simon Trask gets to grips with the latest development in the Alesis World Domination plan.

 

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