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Musikmesse is the biggest music industry event in the world and the place to see all the latest new music gear. Each year we exhibit at the show and introduce new innovations for musicians and recording engineers of all kinds. This year we have engineered some of the most amazing new gear in Alesis history. See our Musikmesse photo slideshow here and have a look below at the list of what's new coming soon from Alesis:

You read it right. The classic NanoVerb has been reborn in the NanoVerb 2. The all new Nanoverb 2 puts effects that professional musicians use all the time: reverb, delay, chorus, and more, right in front you with front-facing, easy-to-use controls, all in a compact housing that will fit any set up. See the details here.

The 3632 Compressor builds on the popular design and features of its predecessor, the Alesis 3630 Compressor. The 3632 Compressor is an easy-to-use unit that provides two independent full-featured compressor/ limiters in one compact rack space with excellent sonic quality for any application from studio recording to live sound or broadcast. Learn more here.

Designed for easy integration into computer based recording environments, the MultiMix 8 USB 2.0 FX is an 8-channel audio mixer with digital effects and a built-in high-resolution, multichannel recording interface. MultiMix 8 USB 2.0 FX is great for multi-tracking and offers meticulous track control; record 10 separate tracks at up to 24-bit, 96kHz resolution, straight into the included Cubase LE 5 software or virtually any other audio software application. MultiMix 8 USB 2.0 FX does much more and you can learn all about it here.

The classic 12AX7 vacuum tube is at the heart of the MicTube Solo's warm, vintage tone. For vocalists and musicians who want a preamp that offers textured, rich sound, MicTube Solo’s minimized circuitry path preserves the integrity of a microphone’s signal. Simple front facing controls make adding whatever amount of signature tube sound you desire, convenient and easy; MicTube Solo is truly a classic in the making.

MicTube Duo delivers the same classic, vintage tone as MicTube Solo but offers two channels, so you can plug in an additional microphone or an instrument. Plug in via standard XLR for microphones or quarter-inch for guitars, keyboards, and basses. Both channels have independent Gain and Drive controls, so you can dial-in just the right blend on each; classic tube sound, for two. See more here.

Hearing the right mix can make all the difference; if an instrument or vocal is too loud or too soft, it can really stifle creativity or make a great track fall flat. That’s where MultiMix 6 Cue comes in. Able to provide 6 independent mixes for up to 18 sets of headphones or in-ear monitors, MultiMix 6 Cue is perfect for the studio or stage. Hear a clear, custom mix and unleash your creativity with MultiMix 6 Cue.


Perfect. It's a word that's thrown around a lot these days. But with the DM8 Pro Kit, you might just find it. The Alesis development team painstakingly examined all aspects of what makes a kit the best possible choice – all with the goal of creating the perfect electronic drumset. Learn more here.

Compact, quiet, quick to set up, with true, natural sound, the DM8 USB Kit brings Alesis quality to drummers and studios. Whether you need quiet practice, tracking quickly into software, or fast on-stage setup, the DM8 USB Kit is an ideal choice. The DM8 USB Kit is quiet, compact, and ready to rock with amazing sounds. Read all about it here.

New for 2011, the DM10 Studio Kit now comes with StageRack. With StageRack, you won't need tools to make most adjustments so you can spend less time setting up and more time rocking out. Stagerack also provides supreme stability under the most serious drumming duress while taking up only a fraction of the space of an acoustic kit. find a dealer near you to try the DM10 Studio Kit today.

Start taking full control of your favorite music software or hardware devices with the QX49 keyboard controller. 49 velocity-sensitive keys, 8 faders, 4 pads, Ableton Live Lite and USB MIDI are just the beginning. Have a closer look at the QX49.

Electronic drumming has its advantages. For example, you can use headphones to practice instead of waking the neighbors. Now there's a set of headphones designed for exactly this purpose. DMPhones are great-sounding headphones ideal for studio and electronic drummers. Read more about DMPhones here.

Get your guitar connected to your computer in seconds with GuitarLink Plus. This easy USB-to-guitar cable includes Native Instruments® Guitar Rig LE so you can fully harness the power of your computer to shred with the best. Get all the details here.

The iO4 is simply the most full-featured I/O kit you can get for so little. Four channels of pristine, 24-bit 48kHz audio I/O over USB, discrete-design preamps, 48V phantom power, MIDI I/O, Cubase LE and loads more. Get all the details here.

Mix the whole band, add effects, and interface with your Mac or PC. You heard right. The MultiMix 16 USB FX is a live and recording mixer with built-in effects and EQ that doubles as a computer recording interface so you can mix, record, or do both at the same time. There's way more to this beauty than we can list here so check out the details now.

The here enables you to add four drum pads and an optional kick trigger to your acoustic or electronic kit or percussion setup. It's compact, easy to fit into tight setups, easy to use, and it contains sound perfect for accessorizing standard drumsets. There's more about PercPad here.

This eight-pad multi-percussion instrument features over 500 sounds and a three-part sequencer so you can play live, create loops and sequences, accompany yourself, and add texture to the band or musical group. You can also use the PerformancePad Pro as a MIDI controller for playing virtually any sound module, synth or software. Learn more here.

The TransActive MX is a complete, active PA system in a single, portable cabinet you can carry with its built-in handles or roll using the recessed wheels and pull-out handle. The system has a four-channel mixer built in with XLR and 1/4-inch inputs for microphones, all kinds of instruments, guitars, and more.Click here for details. Apple certification pending.