The Alesis MIDIVERB III is a high quality multi-effects unit which features up to 4 simultaneous effects (Delay, Reverb, Chorus, EQ) at a full 15KHz bandwidth. Find great deals for Alesis Midiverb III 16 Bit Simultaneous Multi Effects Processor. Shop with confidence on eBay!. REVERBS. Chorus-Reverb-Delay-EQ. Small Bright Room 1. Small Bright Room 2. Small Warm Room. Small Warm Chamber.

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Certainly, this new level of sophistication has made them a viable and cost-effective alternative for guitarists and other instrumentalists – the days of dead 9V batteries and flangers taking the short way off the front of the stage may soon be over.

All audio inputs are high impedance for optimum signal matching to external gear, and this may include a directly connected microphone if you’re prepared to put up with a little extra noise.

Other articles featuring gear in this article: Finally, there are Signal present and Clip LEDs to provide visual indication of input levels and the onset of distortion. Write a user review Ask for a user review. On the rear panel of the Midiverb, there are no real surprises: I use it for home recording, and it’s nickel.

I’ve no doubt that competitors will soon appear, but right now there’s nothing to compare it with at the price. Rather disappointingly, delay time is limited to ms in all but two configurations, and even here a figure of ms represents the upper limit.

Though they prevented you from using any other make of adaptor, they had a tendency to short and produce a nasty spark if the plug was withdrawn with the supply still connected to the mains. Also featuring gear in this article.

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And don’t forget, the judicious application of a little high frequency roll-off courtesy of the EQ section can provide extra interest in terms of sound colouration should it be required. Too bad there is no phasing and tremolo.


Previous article in this issue: As with reverb, the first edit parameter in the chorus section allows you to choose the algorithm which forms the basis of each program. Review by Nigel Lord. Combined, these two parameters provide a surprisingly wide range of reverb effects, and unlike some units I’ve used, the range is fairly consistent, so there is less chance of defaulting to one or two tried and trusted settings each time you switch on.

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Small Print Terms of use Privacy. In fact I’d go so far as to say I don’t think it would be possible to achieve much more with what’s available. And this being the case, actually having a half-second delay at your disposal in any form can only be regarded as a bonus.

The last of these, EQ, though not, perhaps, an effect per se, is nevertheless highly useful on a unit such as this, as it can be applied individually to the input signal and to any of the other three effects, making it possible to determine the ‘colour’ of the reverb, for example.

Nigel Lord checks the latest incarnation of Alesis’ standard-setting reverb. Actually, this is tied in with the fact that Alesis used to fit miniature 3. Reverb programming is a law of diminishing returns, and beyond a certain point you can do little to a program which will ultimately benefit the music.

The second parameter, Chorus Speed, gives you control over the modulation rate of the effects – pitch in the case of chorus and time in the case of flanging. Reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, the equa while 16 bits.


Midivverb are the effects, types of effects available? There’s no doubt that the specifications of the Midiverb III – the latest in Alesis’ range of budget reverbs – would put your average double bucking, tube screaming, electric cry-baby effects pedal to shame: I won’t midierb you with a description of the Value, Edit, Bypass, Store or Program number buttons, but Configure and Modulation require a few words of explanation.

A total of 24 algorithms are available, divided equally between chorus and flanging effects. These are accessed by first selecting the relevant effects button and then pressing the Edit button once for the first parameter, and again for the second.

Of course, it is finished in a rather conservative shade of black as opposed to the electric puce more familiar to our guitarist friends, but I’m sure even they could learn to live with it.

Excellent Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?

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The first of the two reverb parameters, Reverb Algorithm, offers you a choice of 20 different reverb types from a list which includes halls, chambers, rooms, plates, reverse and gated effects. I’d have thought they might be tempted to move away from the kind of name which suggests these are simply reverb units. Music Technology – Mar This is quite straightforward in operation apart from its use with gated reverb effects where it is used to determine the length aoesis the gated sound, and on reverse reverb where, for obvious reasons, it has no effect at all.

I realise that cost is a consideration here, but this kind of display should have died out years ago.