Happy holidays and welcome to the Alesis e-newsletter. This is the place to be for keeping up on the latest Alesis news. Each issue, we bring you inside tips and tricks for taking total advantage of your Alesis studio recording, electronic percussion, and other music-performance gear. This month, we're bringing you more information than ever before. This issue is packed with tips, tools, videos, and both easy-to-understand and advanced technical information. Plus, you can enter to win a free top-of-the-line Alesis electronic drum kit!
iMultiMix 16 USB
This 16-channel mixer has a Universal Dock for iPod and a USB digital-audio interface. It's perfect for live performance, rehearsal, recording, classrooms, and more!
It's the only piece of hardware you need to run your recording studio. It's a FireWire recording interface with up to 26 simultaneous inputs; it's a dedicated, extensive control surface that's compatible with nearly all software and hardware on the planet; and it even has a talkback and monitor-switching system built in to help run your sessions
USB Recording Kit
This hot bundle turns a laptop into a portable recording studio with monitor speakers, a complete input and output audio interface, and a pair of stereo condenser microphones. It's easy to use and easy to afford
Alesis Pro Kit
Do you have a DM5 in your studio? Turn it into a complete, professional electronic drum set with Pro Kit. Or, perhaps you'd like to upgrade your DM5 Kit to a DM5 Pro Kit. This packagecontains real-head pads for snare, three toms, and kick; flexible, realistic hi-hat, crash, and ride pads; a sturdy, adjustable rack, and a complete set of cables andmounting hardware.Just add a DM5 and rock out.
Get cash back when you pick up M1Active 520 or M1Active 620 studio monitors.
Our high-quality, linear, two-way monitors are active, bi-amplified, and perfect for project studios, home studios, and more
Get $50 back when you buy an iMultiMix 8 USB.
This hot mixer works with your iPod. You can record to iPod, record to your computer, or use your iPod as a sound source for mixing.
Grab a PerformancePad and grab $30.
Expand your drum set or start building an electronic rig with this all-in-one percussion performance station. It has great sounds, it's expandable, and it's easy to use.