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VIP - Frequently Asked Questions

With the VIP (Virtual Instrument Player) software application, your entire VST library is controlled by one application. Included with the Akai Pro Advance, Alesis VX49, and M-Audio CTRL49, VIP puts automatic plugin control at your fingertips. The includ

Alesis V Series - Adjusting The Velocity Curve Of The Keys Using The V Series Editor

The Alesis V series keyboard and pad controllers are ultra-compact controllers designed for the traveling musician and the desktop producer. Since everyone creates differently, you may want to change the default velocity curve setting of the V series' ke

Cubase LE 7 - Activation and Installation

This guide walks through the download, activation, and installation process for the Cubase LE 7 software that comes with a number of Alesis products.

Alesis Q and QX Series - Troubleshooting USB Connection Issues

The Alesis Q and QX series controllers provide incredible control of MIDI mappable DAW and plugin environments, without the necessity of drivers. This tutorial explains how to troubleshoot USB connection issues with the Q and QX series keyboard controlle

Optimizing Your System, Improving Performance, and Managing Latency

This computer optimization guide has tips that both Windows and Mac users can use to get the best performance possible while DJing or recording with their computer.

Troubleshooting Class Compliant USB Computer Peripherals

In this article, we detail how to troubleshoot class compliant USB Audio and MIDI devices, including common symptoms and solutions.

32-bit vs 64-bit - Your Questions Answered

In the world of computing, the differences between 32-bit and 64-bit anything can be quite confusing. The following article helps to clarify the differences between 32 and 64-bit operating systems as well as between 32 and 64-bit programs. It also expla

Alesis SR18 - Triggering Software Instruments in Ableton Live Lite 8

The SR18 is loaded with cutting-edge drum kits and electronic drums, one-shot hits, and modern percussion sounds for any cutting-edge musician’s performance and compositions. However if you are looking to expand your sound plate, you can connect the SR1

Alesis Vortex - Your Top Questions Answered

The Alesis Vortex is only keytar with a built in accelerometer. In this guide, we'll take you though some common setup and customization steps, and answer your top questions.

Alesis SR-16 - Saving and Sending SysEx Data

This guide will walk you through loading MIDI SysEx data to or from your Alesis SR-16 using your computer. This can be useful if you need to save your kits, patterns, or songs; or if you want to load patterns you have downloaded on the internet.


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