The Alesis IO Dock is a great product for iPad musicians â€“ this small hack makes it even greater. It overcomes one limitation of the IO Dock: You canâ€™t simply hook it to a USB hub. So I decided to build in an additional hub â€“ which allows me to hook up additional class-compliant interfaces […]
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The Universal Serial Bus name has expanded it’s connectivity reputation once again with the Alesis USB to MIDI audio cable.Â The latest in Alesis’ AudioLink series solves the problem for musicians and their connectivity issues. The MIDI-to-USB cable has traditional male and female MIDI (DIN) connectors on one end and a USB connector on the […]
..or at least a professional sounding podcaster.Â I’ve considering doing the podcasting, but I want to build up my reader subscription a bit more.Â The Alesis USB podcasting kit doesn’t care who you are, it’ll work on Mac or PC computers.Â The kit is designed for the novice user with features an advanced technical geek […]
You too can become a Podcaster, especially with this new kit from Alesis. A USB or Firewire kit for podcasting includes dynamic microphone along with Cubase LE recording software and MultiMix 8 USB mixer. The console is an 8 channel mixer with 16Bit/44.1kHz two channel recording directly to the computer.
Alesis ProTrack is a buddy device for the iPod turning it into a Pro Audio digital recorder.Â Not that many of use would need up to 160GBs of high quality audio recording, but it’s out there if you need it.Â The Alesis ProTrack includes 2 combo XLR input jacks for in line mic recording [or […]
Alesis has a new compact mixing station that does a little more than mix. What’s great about the iMultiMix 8 USB, is that you have the ability to record directly to iPod. So this direct-connect ability puts those 28-bit studio grade digital effects and recordings ripe-n-ready for podcasting. For ultraâ€“clean live recordings of nearly any […]