Synth Site: Alesis: QS6 Synth: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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posted Friday-Dec-29-2000 at 19:23
The Agnostic a hobbyist user from Chicago writes:
awesome synth, awesome for the money, great sounds... very thick and authentic, i feel like this is the deal of teh century... except i have a slight problem programming, i know it can be done, but i can't figure it out... i make electronic trance music, and i want to get evolving synth sounds, like changing the cutoff on synths like tb303, but i can't do it at all! any help would be greatly appreciated.... sorry for asking questions here but i don't know where else to turn... agnostic98@hotmail.com

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-08-2000 at 01:23
KGHOGAN a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I BOUGHT THE QS6.1 AS MY FIRST AND ONLY TO DATE SYNTH EXCEPT FOR THE KORG X5D I SENT BACK AFTER A COUPLE WEEKS (I'M REALLY JUST A GUITARIST AND IT DID NOT TAKE LONG TO FIGURE OUT THAT X5D IS A PIECE OF SHIT CONSIDERING THE QS6.1 WAS FACTORY FRESH DELIVERED TO MY DOOR FOR $659)I SIMPLY CANNOT BELIEVE THE ORGAN AND ACOUSTIC PIANO SOUNDS THERE KICK ASS! BUT I AM HAVING SOME TROUBLE ON USING THE BUILT IN EFFECTS PROCESSOR!!! HOW THE HELL DO YOU PROGRAM, SAY: A LEZLIE/OVERDRIVE ORGAN ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE KEBOARD AND A REVERBED ACOUSTIC PIANO ON THE RIGHT SIDE? I KEEP GETTING ONE OR THE OTHER FOR BOTH WHEN DOING THIS SPLIT! I WOULD RATE THIS A BIG 5 IF I COULD SOMEDAY GET THIS RIGHT. SOMEBODY HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE. JAH BLESS. KH71@MSN.COM

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-27-2000 at 03:05
Ray Wood a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I purchased my QS6.1 a couple of weeks ago. I like it quite a bit. I tried out quite a few keyboards before I settled for the QS6.1 and was surprised how few of them have what I would call realistic acoustic piano and Rhodes sounds. Alesis, in my opinion, is way ahead of everybody else when it comes to synths which sounds "close" to real pianos and Rhodes. There are a few better Piano emulators, but they tend to be expensive instruments dedicated to replacing pianos, rather than true synths.

One thing I would put on my wish list would be the addition of auto-accompaniment. I don't much care for the Korg is40's tone, but I have a friend who uses one as a live one man band and he can do a lot of things with his Korg which just aren't possible with any of the Alesis models.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-31-2000 at 17:12
Lorin a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I've had one now for a little while, and can't wait to get rid of it. The manual is BUNK! It directs you to pages that are sometimes 5 pages away than where they should be (ie. see page 46, you go to 46 and there is nothing continued! You have to search the manual to find it, if its even there!) Also, setting up the multitmbral mode sucks. You can get some decent sounds out of it when you messing around with the DSP.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-21-2000 at 15:38
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