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Alesis Midiverb 4

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Alesis MidiVerb 4 Digital Effects Processor

The Alesis MidiVerb 4 is the perfect effects processor for professional project studios and musicians who require an affordable solution for fully-programmable, high-fidelity effects. Its excellent effects algorithms produce dense, natural reverb, rich chorus, flange, delay, pitch effects and up to three simultaneous multieffects.
Alesis Midiverb 4 rear

Details

The Alesis MidiVerb 4 offers 18 bit A/D and D/A converters and 24 bit internal processing for a 20Hz-20kHz bandwidth and 90dB dynamic range, making it ideal for digital recording.

Plus, its valuable Auto Level Sensing feature can instantly set the optimum input levels…a great time-saver. Alesis MidiVerb 4’s thirty-two effects algorithms give you a complete arsenal of fully programmable effects, many using true stereo parallel processing.

You can take advantage of the 256 powerful programs with 128 spaces for user-created effects. With its easy-to-use graphic interface, programming your own effects is a snap. And by using Alesis MidiVerb 4’s MIDI controller routing and assignable footswitch input, you’ll have complete creative control over every aspect of your sound.

Specifications

Released

Quantization: 18 Bit
Sampling Frequency: 48KHz
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Dynamic Range: 90dB
THD: 0.009%

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Alesis MidiVerb 4 Digital Effects Processor Reviews

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Community Score

78%

USERS
(2 Reviews)

Build Quality 83%
Sound Quality 80%
Usefullness 85%
Mojo/Funk 65%
Reliability 78%

What other owners say...

FX Bread and Butter

By Rene Kirchner

Build Quality 85%
Sound Quality 75%
Usefullness 80%
Mojo/Funk 65%
Reliability 80%

Have it in the studio right now. Same core as the Alesis Wedge, which I owned prior to this unit. You get a lot for the budget. Mine seems to be an early unit with no MIDI Clock recognition. I’d recommend to aim for a Wedge as a desktop version. Issue I have with the Rack version is that the display, hence it shines bright, is not readable from any angle.

Reveiw

By Steve

Build Quality 80%
Sound Quality 85%
Usefullness 90%
Mojo/Funk 65%
Reliability 75%

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