Excerpt: Everything has already been said, and you affirm Google. Little more compared to its big brother, the Ion: the beatbox setups and sequencer very handy, but beware you have to see under what conditions.
Excerpt: Analog modeling synthesizer, 37 keys ..... Nothing to add, everything has already been said. on the other hand, it is necessary to update with OS1 .10 for the sequencer, it provides longer patterns, fabric and the LFO.
Excerpt: Alesis has achieved the feat of creating an ultra compact synth three octaves (so still playable with both hands and not a hand + a finger as keyboards two octaves) and bypassing the heresy of the mini-keys (which can play on it?), all for a machine than a mere 2 cms his great "rival", the microKORG.
Excerpt: Everything has been said below, I do not believe it ... UTILIZATION The big downside is the micron-level sound editing is done by a single pottard and it takes a lot of time to navigate between the different parameters editing!
Excerpt: Good synth and vocoder, but the drums is what I am blown away by ... UTILIZATION At first the lack of knobs may frighten you, but once you have the shortcuts down pat you will find it ok. Pattern creation is perhaps a bit weird at first but myself coming from many years of gear that is worse I found it fine !
Excerpt: The Alesis Micron is based on the larger Alesis Ion . It's a full 3-octave keyboard housed in a red and white/silver case. I'm a bass player, but I bought the Micron to control with Roland PK-R bass pedals rather than spend $2000 for the new
Excerpt: The Alesis Micron is a analog modeling synthesizer that has about a three octave range. It has a pitch wheel as well as some modulation sliders. It then has knobs to scroll between different presets, and to control different parameters of each. It has 1/4 inch connections, as well as MIDI connections. It has all types of analog synth presets, as well as the ability to make and store your own sounds. It has full polyphony, but can be set to just be monophonic.