Play review demo for the Alesis Recital Pro 88-key keyboard.
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Author: Indie Music Minute
do i have to have the keyboard plugged in to the outlet if i just wanna use it as a midi ?
Have you had any issues with it since you bought it?
good i think ill buy this one over the p115 cuz the price
How are the keys? Are the keys as heavy as the real thing? I am considering buying this one for training but if the keys are lighter it wont be good :/
Bro, what software are you using?
Does anyone know who makes the keybeds for these.., is it Fatar? How in the world were they able to keep the price so low? I’m sure there is a lot of plastic, but hammer action with speakers, preset sounds, ect, is pretty impressive at this price point.
Good review. Could’ve done without that odd plastic bag/beard on microphone sound though…
They are in fact not semi-weighted but they are hammer action that is one step up they have a action like a piano inside. Though they are not graded so they all feel the same unlike a acoustic piano which feels harder to push in the lower section and easier to push in the higher section.
I think i will buy this, should i?
On your next musical instrument reviews, please mute the microphone and record the instrument from the line output. Also, the sound of beard scratching the headphones, amplified by a condenser microphone…
we’re you playing love is a lazerquest near the end?
Where can you get a pedal for it and how do you set up the pedal? Awesome videos btw!
This one or GO piano from Roland?
semiweighted? idk if buy this one or a yamaha p95, the thing is that the p95 is pretty old so idk but i was looking for a fully weighted one
how is the grand piano sound compared to roland fp-30?
Looking forward to buy one of these. Thanks for the review.
Can I have sheets for the second hand serenade song you played? =))
That keybed is loud and creaky as Hell. Then again, I’m used to Kawai MP11SE.
Did not know that you can use that as a midi controller, I was like man I wanna write rap instrumentals but I need to learn piano too, so I was worried about that. will definately buy one.
I wonder if i can use this for gigs
Does the sound create static or gets crunchy when you play on max volume with a sustain pedal? My current keyboard does that and I was wondering if this one did too.
6:20 so you can’t control from which note onwards the split occurs?
Great video! so you could hook it up to a Daw on your laptop or iPad and use the hundreds of sounds (patches) that are a part of that program? I have the iM1 app and would be happy using all the sounds from there over what is onboard on the Alesis.
I was wondering if I ABSOLUTELY need a computer or smart device to make this work. Can I just play the onboard sounds with an amplifier, some headphones, and the keyboard?