Alesis introduced the V & VI series keyboard controllers are winter NAMM 2014 and they are finally available for purchase. The controllers have drum pad triggers so don’t pass up on them. Read more below.
Cumberland, RI (Nov 5, 2014)– Alesis (alesis.com), electronic instruments giant, has let the cat out the bag about their new V & VI Series Controllers being available for purchase. The V Collection is the V25, V61 & V49. The VI Series controllers are the VI6,VI25, & VI49. The controllers are 2, 4, and 5 octave key-boards so you can take your pick.
Alesis V Series are perfect for the enthusiast, amateur artist & software app performer. Much from stripped down, each model consists of several up-to-date functions. Flat-front full size keys offer a great, nice feel. Octave Up/Down buttons offer accessibility to the whole note range, not depending on keyboard length so you can work with ease. The keyboards have pitch bend, mod wheels & a damper pedal input that provides an added level of expression. The controllers have 8 velocity sensitive trigger pads which are generously proportioned, with blue LED illumination. Each Alesis V Collection version is also outfitted with 4 assignable knobs as well as four assignable buttons– also brightened– that enable interactive software application command.
Alesis VI Collection designs are furnished with flat-front full size keys. The controllers are Semi-weighted for an authentic piano feel plus the keys let’s the performer to play with confidence– plus they respond to both velocity as well as aftertouch. Modulation wheels & Pitch Bend adds an extra level of expression with a damper pedal input for piano-style feel.
The V and VI Series estimated street prices, V25 $79.99 USD, V49 $99.99 USD, V61 $149.99 USD, VI25 $169.99 USD, VI49 $199.99 USD, and VI61 $249.99 USD
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