Alesis Strike MultiPad Percussion Instrument

Alesis Strike MultiPad Percussion Instrument

Alesis Strike MultiPad Percussion Instrument

B&H # ALSTRKMLTPAD MFR # STRIKE MULTI PAD
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Product Highlights

  • 9 Velocity-Sensitive Pads
  • 4.3" Informative Display
  • 2-In/2-Out USB Audio Interface
  • Audio Looper & Sampler
  • Supports 44.1 kHz / 16-Bit
  • 5-Pin DIN MIDI I/O
  • Includes 32GB of Storage
  • Add New Sounds via USB Port
  • Built-In Effect Processors
  • Free Downloadable Software
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Alesis Strike Overview

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The Strike MultiPad Percussion Instrument from Alesis is a versatile percussion pad that has been designed for optimal performance and creativity, whether you're playing live or doing music production. This unit has nine velocity-sensitive pads that allow you to trigger internal and external sounds using the USB or MIDI ports.

The Strike MultiPad lets you modify samples and create loops. It can also be used in real-time for live performances. This unit will allow you to record samples from just about anywhere via USB, smartphone, microphone, or 1/4" audio inputs. The Strike also features loop-based recording, so you can perform over the recorded loops of your own samples.

Visual Screen
This Strike MultiPad has a 4.3" full-color display that shows the current kit, settings, and other information. With the Main Encoder knob, you can scroll through the available options.
Over 8000 Samples and Loops
This instrument holds 32GB of storage with over 6GB of content. The content includes loops, drums, and percussion. In addition to the factory preset sounds, you can import your own sounds to the User Library to add to kits.
Soundcard
The Strike MultiPad has a 2-Channel I/O USB Interface. Use a standard USB cable to connect the instrument so it will send and receive MIDI data and audio signal to and from a computer.
Sampler
You can also use the Strike MultiPad to create samples from a mobile device, instrument, microphone, or another device connected to the Record inputs or directly from your computer using the USB port.
Built-In Audio Looper
The percussion pad features a loop-based recording of your pad performance or audio from the external audio input.
Customize Pads
The Strike MultiPad features 9 velocity-sensitive pads with configurable settings to adjust the playing dynamics of the pads. The lights under each pad are used to visually organize your programmed sounds. Using the display, you can view and edit all pad-related parameters.
Included Software
Pro Tools: Added with the Strike MultiPad is Pro Tools First, a special version of this acclaimed software, which includes an exclusive plugin bundle only available from Alesis.

Ableton Live Lite: Also included with the Strike MultiPad is Ableton Live 10 Lite, which comes with all of Live’s essential workflows, instruments, and effects. It is everything you need to create, record, mix, and perform.

 

UPC: 694318023426
In the Box
Alesis Strike MultiPad Percussion Instrument
  • Power Adapter
  • Software Download Card
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Alesis Strike Specs

    Output Connectors 4 x 1/4” TRS Audio Outputs

    1 x 1/4” TRS Headphone Output 

    1 x 1/8” TRS Headphone Output

    1 x MIDI DIN Output/Thru-Port

    Input Connectors 2 x 1/4” TRS Audio Inputs 

    1 x 1/4" TS Trigger Input 

    2 x 1/4" TRS Trigger Inputs 

    1 x 1/4" TRS HH Pedal Input

    1 x 1/4" TRS HH Pedal Input 

    2 x 1/4" TRS Footswitch Inputs 

    1 x MIDI DIN Input 

    1 x USB Type-B port 

    1 x USB Type-A port

    1 x Power Adapter Input

     

    Flash Card Supported Format: FAT32
    Supported File Types 16-Bit / 44.1 kHz Mono/Stereo WAV Files
    Trigger Pads 9 Velocity-Sensitive Pads
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 13.75 x 14 x 3" / 349.2 x 355.6 x 76.2 mm
    Weight 8.5 lb / 3.8 kg

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