Alesis is looking to redefine what drummers can do onstage with this new and multi-talented hardware pad, sampler and looper with plenty of onboard storage, digital FX and more.
Can great things really come in such small packages, and at under $100 per speaker? Matt Vanacoro was pleasantly surprised when he road tested the Alesis M1 Active MK3 monitors.
Using a mouse or trackpad to control your music software is limiting. We asked YOU the brand of your primary MIDI Controller, and with almost 25,000 answers... Here's the results!
Alexis tell us artists can now load, play and control all their virtual instrument plugins directly from the VX49 keyboard, for optimum hands-on performance with seamless software integration via VIP.
The new Alesis VI49 looks lovely, of that there is no doubt. But, how does it perform, both as a keyboard and a controller? G. W. Childs gets hands on in our review.
Alexis tell us the new cutting-edge design for their V and VI series of MIDI controllers improves both performance and software accessibility. Find out more below.
There's normally two camps at music school: guitars and keyboards. But what happens when the two worlds collide? Alesis feel this would bring reason for a keytar, and a wireless one at that!
Who needs a computer anyway? With an iPad and an iO Dock II, Alesis reckons you can do things differently'¦
Alesis tell us the new feature-packed DM7X Session Kit and illuminated DM Lite Kit represent their latest push to bring innovative features to drummers at incredible values. Here's some more info.
On the face of it the Alesis QX61 appears to be just another MIDI controller keyboard with knobs, sliders and pads. But, is there more to the QX61 than meets the eye? Mike Watkinson finds out.
The new expanded kit from Alesis for the DM7X is said to offer expanded features and silent performance ability. Read on to find out more from their press release...
At one stage during the 80s it looked like Keytars were going to become the instrument of choice... Mo Volans picks up the new Alesis Vortex keytar to find out if this controller may spark a revival.
Hollin Jones explores the finer points of the Alesis StudioDock and how it can be used as a MIDI bridge between an iPad and a Mac running your favorite DAW.
Hollin Jones gets retrospective and takes a look at the audio hardware and software that has helped to define the past year.
There are a growing number of accessories and controllers aimed at the iPad-wielding digital musician. Mike Watkinson takes a close look at the new Alesis iO Dock and all it has to offer.