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Alesis Andromeda anyone ?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Mario-C., Jul 11, 2003.

  1. Mario-C.

    Mario-C. Active Member

    pros and cons ?

    a dealer is sending one to my studio so I can try it out ( and at good price new ), any comments are appreciated...
  2. sioux

    sioux Guest

    I can't tell you all the pros and cons...but I can tell you that there is limited polyphony...16 I think. (check out their web site) That's the bad news. The good news is that that synth kicks butt! I've been wanting one for a while now. If I could only have one synth in my studio I probably would not get that one. But
    if I can ever get it as an additional synth it will be right up there at the top of my list. The sound is awesome. I love it to death!

  3. Mario-C.

    Mario-C. Active Member

    thanks Sioux, I can live with the 16 voice polyphony, what put me down the first time I tried it was the price, but now a dealer I know is giving me a good deal, he's even sending it to my studio for me to try it...

    stll I have to make sure I really love it because it's still pretty expensive, but since I'm doing remixes and more electronic oriented stuff it might be a great addition to my kit
  4. sioux

    sioux Guest

    It is expensive which is the only reason I don't have one right now. It's an awesome thing. I don't think they are making them anymore either so this would be a good time to snag one, especially if you are getting a decent deal. I'm jealous!! I played one for an hour in my music store. Thankfully they didn't kick me out. :) With the kind of music you say you're doing, I think you're going to love it!

  5. Nate Tschetter

    Nate Tschetter Active Member


    I've only messed with it a bit at trade shows. It sounds pretty big. I'd have to take a minute to orient myself with the UI.

    Didn't they lower the price recently?

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