REALISTIC SOUNDS AND PLAYABILITY
The Alesis Harmony 61 keyboard has 61 velocity-sensitive keys with adjustable touch response, built-in speakers and over 300 realistic built-in sounds that cover a wide variety of instruments--- pianos, strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, mallets, guitars, synths and even sound effects! You can layer multiple sounds together in “Layer” mode, or split two sounds across the keyboard in “Split” mode. Harmony 61 also has 100 built-in songs with easy learning tools and 100 built-in accompaniment rhythms that enable you to instantly create songs in a wide variety of genres. You can even record your own songs using the “Record” mode!
INTUITIVE BACKLIT LED SCREEN
Harmony 61 features a large LED backlit screen with a grand staff that displays the current notes being played and it also includes a complete chord dictionary. This is an excellent point of reference for students learning to read sheet music, and it also saves time for composers who need to quickly figure out chords.
POWERFUL LEARNING TOOLS
Harmony 61’s lesson mode enables you to learn any of the 100 included songs with a by splitting each song into three graded lessons. In the first lesson, you learn the rhythm only. In the second lesson, you learn the melody. In the third step, you'll learn to play the melody and rhythm together. After each of these lessons, Harmony 61 grades the student, letting you know when to move on to the next lesson. Additionally, you can play along with your own favorite songs by connecting your tablet or mobile device to the 1/8” aux input.
INCLUDES 3-MONTHS OF SKOOVE PREMIUM
Skoove is the easiest way to learn piano--- featuring in-depth online piano courses that adapt to you and give you feedback. Develop your repertoire on your own time, at your own pace with a curated catalog filled with everything from current chart hits to classical music. Need a little help? Skoove’s experienced team of musicians is on hand with one on one support to answer any of your questions. New, exclusive lessons are added every month so that you can keep expanding your repertoire with new music as well as up your piano game with new music theory tips and tricks."