Re: Any Problems w/ QS8

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Posted by Jonathan Meek on March 03, 1998 at 22:34:29:

In Reply to: Re: Any Problems w/ QS8 posted by Tony L on March 03, 1998 at 15:30:09:

: Excellent opinion is relative to personal preference and anyone can probably find an assortment of gripes about a piece of gear, but for the bucks, I like the QS 8. I'd prefer to see a few more outputs so that I can isolate all the drum sounds and really be able to use the drum patches on a professional level, but maybe that'll be in the next generation of board or I'll get a DM5 or their newer drum module coming out soon. As far as the sounds go, they are excellent quality, sonically speaking and I appreciate Adam Brisben's tech support at Alesis. He's pretty good at getting back to you in a reasonable amount of time if you email him a questiion.

Well, I've had the board for about a year, and its only prob was a broken key that got promptly fixed. It's stood up to traveling all over, and even my friend's kids! It's light enough for me to put on the top rack of my APEX, and strong enough to hold up to those 4-hour practices. Though neither usually occurr, there've been times. Anyway, the bang for the buck is incredible, and you will NEVER regret your decision. Like I did over a Roland JV-90 my church bought, and I have the misfortune of playing, but that's a whole 'nother story.....

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