Alesis was showing their new DM10 X Kit, which includes six 10″ and 12″ pads; 12″, 14″, and 16″ cymbals; the DM10 drum module; and the all-new Xrack stand loaded with professional hardware.
The company also show the brand-new TwoTrack, a handheld stereo recorder with two built-in mics in XY configuration, simple controls, backlit LCD, support for 16-bit WAV and MP3 recording, and recording to built-in memory or micro-SD or SDHCcards.
The new AcoustiLink package allows for quick, easy recording of acoustic guitars. The kit includes a no-drill soundhole pickup, a guitar-to-USB interface, and Cubase LE software.
Alesis also showed the Cadenza, an 88-note digital piano with graded, weighted hammer action. The piano has a two-track recorder for capturing your performances, built-in speakers, a USB computer connection, MIDI in and out, an external stereo input, headphone jack, and much more!