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Alesis V61

Code: 207458   
Alesis V61

(1 review)


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€115.50 (euros)

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V61 description:

The Alesis V61 is a powerful MIDI controller that lets you take command of your music software with a series of pads, knobs, and buttons. The Alesis V61 has 4 assignable knobs and buttons which are used for manipulating effect plugins and virtual instruments. The V61 also has 61 full-size velocity-sensitive keys with Octave Up/Down buttons, you can expand the keyboard to the full melodic range and play bass lines, chords, and melodies. 8 velocity-sensitive backlit pads let you launch clips or finger drum with remarkable response. The V61 connects directly to your Mac or PC through a USB providing power to the keyboard and MIDI functionality. This keyboard is perfect for any keyboard enthusiast.

The main features of the Alesis V61 include:

  • 61 full-sized, square-front keys
  • 8 velocity-sensitive backlit pads for beat production and clip launching
  • 4 assignable knobs and 4 assignable buttons interface with your music software
  • Octave Up and Down buttons let you access the full keyboard range
  • Pitch and modulation wheels deliver expressive, creative control
  • Seamless, visual feedback via illuminated buttons and knobs
  • USB power and USB-MIDI connectivity for Mac and PC
  • V61 USB-MIDI Controller
  • USB Cable
  • User Guide
  • Safety & Warranty Manual


Manufacturer: Alesis

This page first created on: 13/08/2014

Customer Reviews


love it - such a small footprint for 5 octaves, keys are nicely semi weighted and the pots feel nice.

pads are as good as these sort of pads can get (i.e. not amazing - but I wasn't expecting them to be)

really happy with it.

This customer purchased the product in March 2015