This should help.
oooh upon looking it seems this keyboard doesn't have MIDI in. That would make it less desirable for home recording especially with DAW's. But that's IMHO your experience may vary, especially if you are a skilled keyboard player.
rhino wrote:Welcome to the board!
Still have my QS-8 - no plans to trade!
Yes, great feel, Great sounds.
CONS: HEAVY!!! Needs a good computer editor to avoid the 10,000 button-pushes and squinting at the tiny display.
The rubber buttons don't feel as "Pro" as I'd like. Service is a risk: Many custom IC chips that Alesis no longer stocks.
This synth - though it's just a ROMpler - is DEEP. You can spend as much time as you want playing with the features (mod matrix, stepped and smooth tracking generator, some great inharmonic waveform samples, quad effect unit...) and still find new ideas.
$250 is a good price - paid twice that for mine about 6 years ago.
roubaix wrote:O.k., am I reading this wrong regarding MIDI?
Input / Output : 4 Audio Out, Phones, MIDI IN, OUT, THRU, Serial interface for Mac/PC, ADAT optical digital output, 48kHz input, 2 PCMCIA card slots
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