The Alesis Midiverb II is a full stereo professional quality multiple effects device that doesn’t require a professional to operate. The great variety of sounds heard in modern music production have been captured in Midiverb II for instant recall through either manual control or MIDI command. The possibilities for sound enhancement with Alesis Midiverb II are wide ranging and easy to attain…but most important, eminently musical. You’ll be able to maintain spontaneity in your music while creating sounds as subtle or as dramatic as you like. Among Alesis Midiverb II’s features are a 16 bit linear PCM processing system that delivers sound quality comparable to that of the digital disc medium. The heart of the system is a very large scale integrated chip developed by Alesis specifically for Midiverb II. Wide dynamic range and 15kHz bandwidth allow musical performances ranging from delicate to thunderous with no loss of warmth or subtle harmonics. The high impedance stereo inputs handle signals from low level electric instruments to +4 professional mixing consoles and you can install the uniting a single space of a 19″ effects rack. Also, you can assign any of the 99 programs to 32 MIDI patch locations for integrating Alesis Midiverb II into your own MIDI system. Most importantly, you’re always in control because Midiverb II removes the mystery from achieving the best effects available in modern music. Specifications Released: 1988 Quantization: 16 Bit Sampling Frequency: 31.25KHz Frequency Response: 16Hz-15kHz Dynamic Range: 85dB THD: .1%
kfhkh My Midiverb II is sitting next to me, bought it new upon it's release. Also held on to my Microverb and Microverb II half rack size units. ah, those were the days.. Alesis and Ensoniq made gear affordable for us po folk!:)
Just for the record: GS is a place where members advice other members to get rid of a BigSky and buy a Midiverb 2 or even Zoom 1201 in order to improve the sound quality of their reverb. If I still had some faith in the advice one can expect from GS: Now it's gone!
...a hard lesson. At the same time, I love my Midiverb 1 and MidiFex (I’ve had the aforementioned Midiverb II and Quadraverb 1 a few times, and kept the earlier ones because they are even grungier and unlikely to ever be replicated in software) and will apply those as a direct effect on an...
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