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Alesis Q25 - Teclado MIDI (USB, 48,5 cm, 18,5 cm, 6 cm, DC, 9V) Negro

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  • 25 Teclas sensibles a la velocidad para una interpretación musical y expresiva; Conexión MIDI-USB y MIDI tradicional para uso con Mac y PC y también con Hardware MIDI
  • Ruedas de Pitch y Modulación para capturar la expresión musical, botones de Octava Arriba/Abajo retro-iluminados para expandir tu rango
  • Deslizador para asignar volumen/entrada de datos y controlar tu parámetro más utilizado, entrada de pedal de sustain para una interpretación completa (pedal vendido por separado)
  • Incluye Ableton Live Lite Alesis Edition para grabar, secuenciar e interpretar
  • Conexión y alimentación vía USB, sin necesidad de adaptador de corriente
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Peso del producto1,4 Kg
Dimensiones del producto19 x 49,5 x 5,7 cm
Número de modelo del productoQ25
Tipo de conector/
Número de teclas25
Fuente de alimentaciónDC
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Producto en desde6 de agosto de 2012
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Teclado MIDI y controlador con 25 Teclas sensibles a la velocidad para una interpretación musical y expresiva. Permite tocar instrumentos virtuales y controlar cualquier DAW o plug-in

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Plug and play on Mac with Garageband 8 de abril de 2011
Por R. Ferguson - Publicado en
Nombre de estilo: Q49
After two weeks of using this with the kids, I am compelled to write a glowing review. I was looking for a medium size keyboard that would serve as a teaching tool for the kids. I wanted something that worked out of the box with an older Mac laptop (a G4 running an old version of Garageband). I wanted something compact and easy to move about the house, but nothing so small that you quickly ran of out room while performing. I also wanted something simple with as few controls as possible; we have a professional synth in the house and all of those knobs and buttons just distract the kids.

The Q49 fits the bill. It is terribly simple and has worked perfectly. I unpacked it, plugged it in to the USB port, started Garageband, and we went straight to having fun. I'm very delighted with this product. Bravo Alesis.

Now let's be honest, this is a budget product. While I find the Q49 to be solid (and sharp looking), the keys are very light and have a little left-right wiggle (nothing to worry about). But for the price, you're not going to do much better. You'll have to pay many times the amount to really start to see dramatic improvement in the feel of the keyboard.

Please note!!! Invariably there is someone who buys a keyboard controller thinking it is a synthesizer. The Q49 does not make sound on its own; it needs a computer with music software or a synthesizer. It is an input device, just like a computer mouse. If you are considering a budget synthesizer (e.g., for your kids), the nice thing about the budget synths is that they can have everything in one device (e.g., no cable running to a computer, no computer hooked up to speakers). There are multiple downsides: cheap synths usually have a demo button that, with some kids, becomes the primary method of playing; all the buttons on the synths distract kids from actually spending time playing; the keyboard action (i.e. velocity sensitivity) and instrument sounds will not be as good as a similarly priced controller hooked up to a laptop running something like Garageband.

Alesis, if you've never heard of them, is a U.S. company that has been making budget, yet innovative, audio products for professionals for about three decades. They've had some category defining products and provided interesting competition for Roland, Korg and Yamaha. After a turn in bankruptcy a few years ago, they were bought out and are now owned by inMusic of Rhode Island that owns a number of brands, including Ion Audio, Numark, M-Audio, and Akai Professional.

Additional notes: I have the laptop hooked up to a Logitech Z515; this makes a nice, compact budget music workstation. With Garageband, the keyboard slider defaults to volume control. I am not using the enclosed software (Ableton Live Lite) nor do I take full advantage of the MIDI controls. Again, my goal was to keep things simple for the kids. Finally, this is available at below MSRP and, cost-wise, the main competitor is the M-Audio Keyrig 49. The Keyrig came out in 2008, I believe, and the Q49 in 2010.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great. 25 de febrero de 2012
Por mörderwerk - Publicado en
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Works great. Inexpensive. Seems well-built. Keys feel better than my Oxygen 49 (silver version)
Considered the LPK25, Microkey, and Keystation Mini 32. The Q25 is the only one out of the bunch that has a MIDI port as well as pitch/mod wheels.
However, for some reason I can't connect it via USB, because it conflicts with my M-audio MIDI interface. The Midisport will cease to show up in Pro Tools, and the only way to fix it is to disconnect the Q25 and reinstall the Midisport drivers (haven't tried a separate USB PCI card yet). Since I can't have the keyboard plugged in via USB, I needed to purchase a power supply/ A/C adapter.
For those of you who have the same problem, or wish to use the keyboard without a PC for live gigs or whatever, you should note that the inner diameter of the plug needs to be 2.5mm! Alesis only tells you the outer diameter in the manual, and the most common plug size is 5.5mm OD/ 2.1mm ID (will not fit!). I found a 9V 1A power supply on eBay for about 5 dollars.
So, get a power supply with the following specs:

9V DC output
center positive
5.5mm barrel/ outer diameter
2.5mm inner diameter
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas David Copperfield's Ghostly Child 18 de junio de 2016
Por DCJr - Publicado en
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This is a very small keyboard, probably for very small people, or folks with not a lot of space. Like, If you've just moved in to an old telephone box, because no one uses them any more, and the rent was really cheap, and after setting up your 17 piece Tama Swingstar drum kit, you realize that you don't have enough room to fit in your 97 key Bosendorfer Grand Piano as well, then you could use this instead. Though this keyboard has no sounds of its own, so you'll have to hook it up to something that does. Something with MIDI I mean. Don't hook it up to your pet ostrich and expect it to make... eh... whatever sound an ostrich makes (though it will work with an E-MU :). It's a spellbinding controller. Kind of like what you would get if a magician and a poltergeist had a baby. Or maybe it's not. Buy it and see.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas and it worked fine, but about three months ago it just wouldn't ... 6 de junio de 2016
Por marissa - Publicado en
Nombre de estilo: Q49 Compra verificada
I bought this keyboard a year ago, and it worked fine, but about three months ago it just wouldn't connect with my computer at all.
I bought a new USB thinking maybe that was the problem, when it didn't work I thought perhaps it was my computer. Since I was buying a new computer soon anyway, I waited until I purchased the new computer to see if it works. Nothing. It didn't work at all, I'm not sure what happen maybe a short circuited or something, but unfortunately it just stopped working.
I gave it two stars because up until that point, it was fine.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Four Stars 15 de julio de 2016
Por Andrew K - Publicado en
Nombre de estilo: Q49 Compra verificada
My daughter loves using this with Garage Band.