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Alesis Elevate 5 - Frequently Asked Questions

Alesis Elevate 5 studio speakers enable you to listen to mixes, masters and multimedia content with impressive clarity and warm, full sound. Built using technology adopted from Alesis’ award-winning Monitor One and M1Active professional studio monitors,

Alesis IO DOCK II - Frequently Asked Questions

The iO Dock II enables anyone with an iPad to create, produce, and perform music with virtually any pro audio gear or instrument. The iO Dock II is a universal docking station specifically designed for the iPad, which gives musicians, recording engineers,

Alesis iO Dock - Getting the best performance and signal possible

In this article, we share some tips on getting the best performance and signal possible while recording with the Alesis iO Dock.

Alesis HD24 - Updating the OS

This guide will cover checking your Alesis HD's OS and the proper procedure for updating using MIDI or Ethernet.

Alesis Sample Pad and PercPad - Creating Bigger and Better Sounds

Alesis’ popular e-percussion instruments come with 25 of the most requested sounds in all of popular music. But, did you know you can edit and customize these sounds? The following guide illustrates how to modify the internal sounds as well as sounds lo

Alesis DM10 - Blue Jay Update: Assigning Instruments To Triggers

After updating your DM10 module and installing the Bluejay Sound Set, you may notice that some of the drum triggers that had been working prior to the installing, are no longer triggering any sound. However there is no need to fret. This may be due to the

Alesis DM10 - How to Change and Store Individual Instrument Levels

The DM10 Module allows the user to customize each kit to fit the playing style of each drummer using the kit. One edit that can be made is the level of each individual instrument in a kit. In order to change the levels to each individual instrument on the

Alesis DM10 - How to Back Up the Settings

This article walks you through how to back up the DM10 module settings, in case you ever need to do a factory reset. For this tutorial we will be using Bome's SendSX for Windows and SNoize's MIDI Monitor for Macintosh.


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