WWW.ALESIS.COMOctober 19, 2014


QS 6.2


AWESOME SOUNDS, GREAT ACTION, UNBELIEVABLE VALUE.

Alesis introduced the QS8 in 1996, and shattered the price barrier for professional 88-note keyboards. Normal working musicians — and those just aspiring to work more — could suddenly afford a no-compromise instrument for a very compromising price, and this tradition continues with the QS6.2 and QS8.2.

Featuring serious sounds for serious players, the QS synths are loaded with stunning pianos and keyboards, a soup-to-nuts collection of orchestral instruments, killer drum and percussion kits, and enough amazing synth textures, fat basses, and sizzling leads to keep dance musicians and remixers grooving into the next time zone. A deep programmable synth architecture and four-bus effects processor add the finishing touches. And a wide variety of fresh samples are available from our extensive QCard library.

Whether you need an 88-note workhorse or a do-it-all synth, the QS8.2 and QS6.2 keep your fingers flying for a down-to-earth price.

All information is preliminary and subject to change.

FEATURES

  • True 64-voice polyphony
  • QS8.2 features an 88-key, fully-weighted hammer-action keyboard with velocity and release velocity. QS6.2 has a 61-key synth-action keyboard with velocity, release velocity, and aftertouch
  • 16MB of internal sound ROM (640 programs, 500 multitimbral mixes) including Alesis’ acclaimed Stereo Grand Piano sound
  • QCard expansion slot for adding 8MB of new samples and
  • programs from the comprehensive QCard library
  • Onboard 4-bus multieffects with reverb, chorus, distortion,
  • EQ, delay, rotary speaker simulation, and more
  • 4 edit/control sliders, pitch and mod wheels. 2 assignable pedal inputs plus sustain pedal input