Alesis announces new Coda Series full-size digital pianos at NAMM 2015


Alesis has debuted two new full-size digital pianos at NAMM 2015. The Coda and Coda Pro are full-featured 88-key digital pianos designed for any situation where a full-size keyboard is needed, but where portability and affordability are also important. They are ideal for piano students, stage and studio use, schools, theatres, and houses of worship.

alesis coda pro

Both the Coda and Coda Pro have 20 built-in piano voices (such as Grand Piano, Electric Piano, Drawbar Organ, etc.) and the versatility to split or layer two voices simultaneously. With 50 piano accompaniment styles to choose from (such as Slow Rock, Vienna Waltz, Jazz Pub, etc.), players can select the perfect style for any solo performance situation.

The Coda Pro adds Authentic Hammer-Action Weighted Keys to the above, giving the player a true, “real piano” feel to their playing experience.

Players can connect the Alesis Coda and Coda Pro to their computer via the USB-MIDI port for full 88-key control of their virtual instrument software or plugins.

alesis coda

Both the Coda and Coda Pro share these features:

Full 88-key keyboards cover the full piano range
20 built-in voices, with ability to split or layer two voices simultaneously
Play along with 60 pre-set songs or record your own with the User Record mode
Duet mode with 50 accompaniment patterns
Exclusive built-in sounds from industry-leading virtual instrument developers AIR and
Lesson mode divides the keyboard into two areas with the same pitch and voice
Built-in DSP with adjustable EQ, Reverb, and Chorus FX
Transpose control, built-in metronome
USB-MIDI and MIDI DIN output
Aux ¼” output; (2) ¼” headphone outputs
Stereo ¼” Aux input for playing along with external equipment
Sustain pedal included
Coda Keyboard Stand sold separately

alesis coda stand


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