Synth Site: alesis: Andromeda (A6): User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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sneakyalien a professional user from uk writes:
How can anyone say an andromeda is completely unusable in the studio?Even a casio vltone is useable in a studio.The andromeda is a superb analog synth that has a sound all of its own, and a good sound it is to if you spend the time to learn its sweet spots.

This machine las so many layers to it that it is a complex beast but, if you just want to treat it as a analog synth then it is all layed out in front of you like any other analogue.

The andromeda just takes it all so many steps further with its sequncers and mod routings that just leave all the other analogue polysynth gasping for breath and I know as I own most of them.

The andromeda is awesome and anyone who says its a no no either have never owned one or have just played with the presets which admittadly do not show what tis machine can do.

1 million out of 5 easily.

To the guy who says its totally unusable all i have to say is learn how to program

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-16-2006 at 16:54
carl a hobbyist user from uk writes:
completely unusable in a studio environment and hate to think about it out on stage. what support?

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-17-2006 at 10:42
Harry a professional user from Holland writes:
Simply the best. Payed 1800 euro S/H.

You get pure quality 16 channels with moog and prophet power and much, much more.

You will not find it anywere else.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-12-2006 at 11:17
Elf a professional user from Finland writes:
One more comment... Alesis is still making the Andy. The last shipment from Asia was due in California at the end of April. However, there was a component problem towards the end of the production run and at the time of this writing, Alesis has not provided an update except to say the shipment is due sometime in July or August. I spoke to Alesis headquarters back in April and the component problem hadn't reared its ugly head yet. I was hoping to get a new Andy in May, but oh well... good things come to those who wait ;)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-30-2006 at 02:53
Elf a professional user from Finland writes:
The Andy is a great synth and if you use it live, turn temperature tuning on. Without that, you will find the Andy can go out of tune in a very short time, depending on the environment and how demanding the patch/style of playing are. Before I used temperature tuning, the Andy would go noticeably out of tune in my studio after one or two songs. Now, it stays in tune for long periods of time. I'm looking forward to gigging with this synth as it has a very full sound and the keyboard has a very nice feel. My Andy is a first production run synth I've had for several years and am looking to purchase another before year's end. Email me if you have one for sale that is mint.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-30-2006 at 02:47
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