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Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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George Fotis a part-time user from Athens ,Greece writes:
I own a Quadrasynth for long time.I also own a variety of synths ,featuring both new and vintage stuff. Quadrasynth is , in a wor,d heaven!! Its THE synth that I will not ever sell.Excellent,repeat this one EXCELLENT sounds ,creaming more expensive models ,great polyphony ,very easy to program to name a few. Mix mode is a killer for live performances. But ,the biggest advantage is its amazing quality of sound, with 2 pair of outs.... I wont bother comment about the effects unit.... Quadrasynth its the ideal synth to get you started.Sounds are easy to program and a big library is available.And,because the current line of Alesis is using the same synthesis structure ,you're ready to program these too !!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-19-2000 at 18:26
Jonas W a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
I bought my Quadra a year ago, and now I think it's ready to leave me. It is great for building really big movielike sounds, but for more tweaking it's too weak. It has great orchesteral instruments except the piano and some of the brass perhaps. Really nice strings I think. The lack of a resonancefilter is the mainreason I didn't find it fulfilling my needs. After my brother found out it had drums and started to drum on lower C that key wasn't at my service any more. I've heard Alesis have some problems with the quality of their keyboards.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-09-2000 at 18:25
DJL a part-timer user from Finland writes:
I have owned QS for year now. I just wanted masterkeyboard and it does its job quite well (76 keys, aftertouch, etc). I downloaded some patches for it and it started to kick again. You can make suprisingly BIG basses and drums (D4 based). Quadraverb has nice effects, not good variety but good reverb, delay, chorus ; leslie is a bit noisy. When I bought QS I had korg 01/wfd too but I sold it because QS made all sounds than 01/w. Korg sounded shit in "multi" mode but combi sounds were great. In QS one patch can have max 4 voices, in 01/w 2 voices. QS has better acpiano, epiano, organs, drums, brasses (try "Moodypiano" great!) etc. only pads and strings are bit weak....and QS is A LOT cheaper than 01/wfd and it has 76 keys! QS is nice for the price and good controller for budgetdudes like me.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-30-1999 at 02:49
Justin Havu a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I tried this synth at a music store while my stepdad was trying to get someone to fix his Roland EP-7 piano, and the QS is the B E S T synth Ihave EVER used!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-04-1999 at 13:57
Joe a professional user from USA writes:
I used the quad in the studio daily for months, and it never let down once! It coverts NICELY on the road as well. It's probly one of the best sythns all around for every application. The sounds are easy to find on stage, (especially when there is no light). The quad cards are well worth the money and the MIDI

is so user friendly once you know the ropes. I bought an SKB case to protect my baby and now I'm unstopable rain or shine, ( I even let roadies carry my quad and never loose a nights sleep!! ) PS: buy the older quadrasyth and get the upgrade because the new QS series dosent have the killer LCD DISPLAY, then

your ready for anything, studio or the road.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:04
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