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  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included
  • Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included

Alesis

Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included

Alesis

Alesis VI61 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with 16 Pads, 16 Assignable Knobs, 48 Buttons and 5-Pin MIDI Out Plus Production Software Included

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Product Description Product Description
  • MIDI Keyboard with 61 full sized, square front, semi weighted keys with after touch. USB MIDI and 5 pin MIDI Out offer flexible MIDI connectivity
  • Manipulate plugins and virtual instruments with hands on controls. With VI61, you can open and close filters on virtual synthesizers, adjust volume levels in your mix, activate effects, and much more
  • 16 velocity sensitive trigger pads with illuminated RGB feedback for beat production and clip launching. Pitch and modulation wheels deliver expressive, creative control
  • 48 assignable buttons and 16 assignable knobs interface with your music software. Seamless visual feedback via LED screen and illuminated buttons and knobs
  • Production software included: Ableton Live Lite and Xpand 2 by AIR Music Tech (downloads). USB powered and plug and play support for Mac and PC
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Great keys, knobs, buttons, and wheels. Okay pads.Great feeling keys, knobs, and buttons. The pads are not as responsive as i would have liked and they offer an inconsistent amount of sensitivity between them. Had to return because sometimes a key would get stuck on forcing me to restart my DAW which would have made it unplayable in a live setting. However Im not sure if the problem was within the controller or my DAW/computer so I still give this 4 stars since everything else about this is still good for its price.4A quality product, but it might not do everything you wantThe build quality seems good, and I love the look and feel of the keyboard. It makes a nice addition to my setup. However, I had big plans for it and it ended up not being able to deliver on everything I wanted to use it for.First of all, you cannot program the pad colors in any useful way. Many product shots seem to show the pads with what looks like individual color assignments that could be used to map them to parts of a song visually, but this is just not possible currently as far as I can tell. The pads only light up and change color according to how hard you press, and I think that's it.Second, the toggle buttons (or switches). There are a lot of them, which is really cool. But there's no way to set their initial state. You can't load up a song or an instrument preset or whatever and have the right toggles already turned on. The lights on the buttons can't be externally controlled as far as I can tell, they start off and they turn on the first time you press them, period.I've tried to contact Alesis support to find out if there is any way to remotely program them or toggle the initial state using CC or sysex messages, but they never got back to me.So what it comes down to, is I hardly make use of the pads because I have better ones that I can visually map, and I don't ever use the myriad of toggle buttons because it doesn't make sense to always have their initial state be "off".The buttons feel nice and clicky, however. And the knobs have quite a bit of resistance, making them feel very good (although it can actually be kind of difficult to make quick and large adjustments to the knobs because the resistance is so much higher than my other keyboards). The keybed feels great. The keys are slightly weighted and feel substantial, but still quite easy to press.The pads feel decent. They are about 50 times better than my AKAI MPK49 pads, which are terrible. But they are not as good as the pads on my Nektar LX25+, nor are they even in the same ballpark as the pads on my Launchpad Pro or my Maschine.4Great Point of EntryI want to give this keyboard 5 stars for design and feel. Its beautiful.I'm a little indifferent to the software, but thats preference.Its a solid 4.5. I'm sure it will be hugely dependable and in 2-3 years I'll give it that extra .54I can't tell a difference between this and any other cheap midi controllerI thought the semi-weighted keys was a thing. Apparently it's a gimmick. I cannot in all honesty say that these keys feel any different than an M2 for example, or the non weighted Alesis I had before, or any other cheap midi controller I played with before.In addition, it's advertised as working with USB power but that's not true, it's pulling more than the 0.5A that's a "standard" USB power rating. So now my iPad/iPhone complain about the device drawing too much power so I can only use it with a computer. What a let down.So... it's just MEH. Get the lowest price you can, it's not worth what they want to charge you.3It's not perfect, but it is radHoly heck this thing is rad. It's not perfect, but it is rad.Having the VIP software to help interface between the controller and the DAW and your plugins make such a huge difference in workflow. The VIP software isn't perfect. Yet. It crashes sometimes (Usually upon opening, then you just reopen it and it works fine from there on out). But once you get it open and running it's really sweet. It makes working with plugins and their patches so much easier.As for the controller, the quality is pretty good. If you're looking for the kind of keybed you'd find on a $3500 Roland keybed, you won't find it here, but it does, nevertheless, play well if you're okay with semi-weighted keys. I like playing on it just fine. The screen on the controller is nice enough. It's easy to read the text on the screen. The control layout is pretty good I think. Like any new kit, you gotta get used to where everything is to be proficient with it, but it's thought out well enough that it doesn't take long. Using the controller is a breeze and a lot of fun after a little practice.This thing looks great too. I haven't tried the AKAI Advance series out in person, which is this controllers biggest competitor currently, but I think this looks better. I think the layout of most of the buttons makes more sense too. As for the pads, I don't use them much, but they seems to work about as well as the pads on the AKAI MPK225 I had before this.In short, this controller makes making music with VSTs much easier and I dig it.5Amazon Fixed the IssueI initially gave 2 stars because the box came damaged, and the keyboard looked to be in "like new" condition. With those issues, I decided to return it right away. I called Amazon CS and they were able to replace the keyboard hassle free, and have it express shipped. When UPS came we traded packages, and this time I'm satisfied.The keyboard itself is amazing. It has all the functions that I need with none of the extras. I was concerned about the overall quality, but this is thing is pretty sturdy. The buttons, keys, pads, knobs, and wheels all feel good to the touch. The pads could be softer, but I was never expecting MPC quality. My computer recognized the keyboard right away and setting up in my DAW was a breeze. Glad I was able to come back and give this a better review.4Its taken a while to get use to the feel of this keyboard, included software has a learning curve.It has taken a bit of time to figure this thing out. It doesn't play like my other Alesis keyboards do, it is hard to describe but there is a strange feel to them at first.The software is a pain to learn, I still have yet really figured out how to record a song on it. For the last 25 years I have worked on computers for people as I am in IT, this software seems harder to learn than Adobe products but I think it is just a naming terminology of the stuff the program will do that I just don't know what they mean.I also own a MPC Pro and they software from them seems easier. I am hoping that when Ableton 10 is released for it that it will be easier. I did buy the Air "AIEP 3" and while I like some of it the rest of it is not very good. I do like most of the instruments that are natrual instruments. My MPC Studio Pro came with sounds that I think were a bit better though.Overall after a few months I do like it, at first though I thought I had made a mistake, I still don't know what I am doing in the software though. I can still play my music and such so it is all good, just wish I had more time to figure out the composing and recording in the software.4Not Enough InstructionsI've had this keyboard for 6 months now. All in all, setting it up could have been easier. The application that Alesis provides could be cleaner and there could be more instructions of online tutorials on how to use or assign the plenty buttons, knobs, and other buttons that just are sitting as display on plenty of users' keyboards. Drum pads are alright, nothing too fancy. For what I got it should have costed less, but nonetheless I have it now and once I learn how to use it with its quirks I don't think I'll regret it.I HIGHLY recommend saving 80$ and buying this other version: https://www.amazon.com/Alesis-V61-Keyboard-Controller-Buttons/dp/B00IWWHIUI/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=alesis+v61&qid=1578104931&sr=8-14Really nice so farI am only just learning MIDI devices and playing the keyboard, but so far this has really been a great, fun investment. The only thing I find weird is the middle c and d keys lag during first couple of strokes after just being turned on, but then they clear up and it works fine the rest of the time.Also, customer service is responsive and very helpful.4Great for getting Started as an Amateur Pro!New to music making, wanted a keyboard with 16 rgb sensitivity pads, with more than 25 piano keys like with my Akai MPK mini II.PROs: Great beginner controller with lots of features built into a slim layout. Knobs feel great. Still haven't figured out how to utilize the assignable buttons appropriately so I know this controller is capable of more than I realize.CONs: Pads aren't as sensitive when being played, and don't hold up with use well - sticking and don't hit as loud. I realized this is because it is a cheaper model with cheaper material. You always get what you pay for.4
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