Alesis Andromeda A6

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Andromeda A6
Alesis Andromeda A6 (side view)

Alesis Andromeda A6 (side view)
Manufactured by Alesis
Dates 2000-2010
Price US$2,499 - 2,999
Technical specifications
Polyphony 16
Timbrality 16
Oscillator 2 VCOs per voice
1 sub-oscillator per VCO
LFO 3 dedicated LFOs and S+H
Synthesis type Analog Subtractive
Filter 2 per voice
2-pole resonant multimode - SEM-style
4-pole resonant - Moog-style
Attenuator 3 6-stage envelopes
Memory 4 x 128 patch internal memory
SRAM expansion card slot
Effects Analog distortion + digital fx unit
Input/output
Keyboard 61-note semiweighted
Velocity sensitive
Aftertouch
Left-hand control Pitch bend and modulation wheels
External control MIDI & CV/Gate

The Alesis Andromeda A6 is a 16-voice, 16-channel multitimbral analog synthesizer by Alesis which was released in 2000 and discontinued[1] in 2010. The Andromeda has analog oscillators and filters combined with modern digital control. It can be considered a hybrid of older and newer technologies, but its entire signal path is purely analogue.

Specifications[edit]

  • Polyphony: 16 voices
  • Oscillators: 2 oscillators (with subs) per voice, 5 waveforms available (sine, triangle, square, up saw, down saw)
  • Filter: 2-pole multimode resonating filter per voice, 4-pole lowpass resonating filter per voice (32 total)
  • Effects: Digital reverberation, chorus, echo, analog distortion, quad pitch-shifting, flange, and more
  • Arpeggiator: Up, Down, Up/Down
  • Sequencer: 16-step, analog style; both have MIDI sync
  • Keyboard: 61 keys (velocity and aftertouch sensitive)
  • Program Memory: 256 preset and 128 user-defined
  • Mix Memory: 128 user-defined
  • Memory Card Slot: PCMCIA-format
  • Control: MIDI (16-parts)
  • Date Produced: Late 2000 - 2010
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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alesis Legacy Products". Alesis. Archived from the original on 13 July 2010. Retrieved July 8, 2010.