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  1. Top Seller
    Alesis Nitro 8-Piece Electronic Drum Kit
    $2990
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    Alesis Forge 8-Piece Electronic Drum Kit
    $4990
    Blemished:
    $399.20
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    Alesis Vmini 25-Key Portable Keyboard Controller
    Was:  $69.00 $490
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    Alesis Strike Pro Kit
    $2,2990
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    Alesis Crimson II 5-Piece Electronic Drum Kit
    $1,0990
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    Alesis VI61 61-Key Keyboard Controller
    $23270
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    Alesis TransActive Wireless 2
    Was:  $199.00 $9999
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    Alesis VX49 49-Key Keyboard Controller
    Was:  $399.00 $1990
    Open Box:
    $175.12
    Blemished:
    $159.20
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    Alesis Q49 USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
    Was:  $99.00 $690
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    Alesis Command 8-Piece Electronic Drum Kit
    $6990
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    Alesis Command X 9-Piece Electronic Drum Kit
    Was:  $799.99 $64999
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    Alesis TransActive Portable Powered Bluetooth Speaker System
    $1990
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    Alesis Q88 88-Key USB/MIDI Controller
    $1990
    Blemished:
    $159.20 +
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    Alesis SR-16 Drum Machine
    $1490
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    Alesis V49 49-Key Keyboard Controller
    $1290
    Open Box:
    $113.52
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    Alesis M1 Active 320 USB Studio Monitor Pair
    $790
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    Alesis Sample Pad Pro Percussion Pad With Onboard Sound Storage
    $2990
  18. Top Rated
    Alesis P3 Power Supply Barrel
    $1900
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    Alesis Compact 4 Electronic Drum Kit
    $790
  20. Alesis V25 25 Key Keyboard Controller
    $890
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About Alesis:

When Keith Barr, previously of MXR Innovations, moved to Hollywood in the early '80s, it was for the purpose of working on integrated circuit design. He had no idea that he was going to revolutionize an entire segment of the music industry. Alesis, the company he founded with partner Russell Palmer in 1984, began life by developing the first musician-affordable digital reverb, the Alesis XT. Though the XT did well, it was with the 1986 release of the Midiverb and Midifex processors (at a previously unheard of $399) that the company began to really take off.

Following these successful products, Alesis continued to grow, fueled in part by a creative partnership with Marcus Ryle and Michel Doidic, formerly of Oberheim, who had founded Fast Forward Designs and would go on to be the founders of Line 6. The MMT-8 and HR16 MIDI sequencer and drum machine were huge hits for the company and set the stage for the development of the ADAT digital multi-track recorder, the first affordable, high-quality digital recorder, which totally revolutionized what home recordists were capable of producing. Using S-VHS videotapes as a recording medium, the ADAT could record eight tracks of CD-quality audio, and up to 16 ADATs could be slaved together for 128 audio tracks. For the first time, home studios could turn out recordings rivaling studio productions in audio quality.

Alesis kept up with incredible products like the Quadrasynth line of keyboards, a line of studio reference monitors, drum modules and many others. In 2001, Alesis was acquired by Jack O'Donnell, who also owned Numark, and the engineering resources and experience of these companies have created a creative synergy that has sustained the tradition of innovation for which Alesis first became known.

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