Alesis Cadenza Review 

 March 3, 2021

By  Zen Chung

The piano provides a graded and weighted keyboard along with 8 instrumental features. There is the ability to perform sound splitting or combining sounds.Users can also use the included sound recorder to record music and playback for personal improvement purposes or for listening pleasure. Included with the purchase of the Cadenza piano is a piano frame, power supply cable, sustain pedal and music rack.


Product Highlights

  • Keyboard: 88 keys and hammer action
  • Graded and weighted keys
  • 8 Stereo instruments


Compact Size – Easy to move around as a result of its compact size, the Cadenza piano is designed to fit well in small spaces

Simplicity and Ease of Use – Pianos can be complicated instruments. However, the Alesis Cadenza is built to be simple for the user. With simple instructions and modes, you will enjoy how easy it is to use this piano

Elegant Design – In addition to delivering quality sound, the Cadenza is sleek and stylish. Classy to look at and full of elegant design details, the Cadenza has beautiful lines and a compact structure

Speakers – With speakers that are built into the piano, get amplified sound that fills the room clearly. A small package with outstanding sound output is what you will receive with a Cadenza piano. Headphones may also be used where the speakers are not appropriate

Piano Feel – Enjoy a graded and weighted piano feel with the hammer action style of keyboard

Touch sensitivity – Count on adjustable touch sensitivity that provides performance that is customized to each user. Touch sensitivity options include soft, hard or normal settings. It is also possible to turn the touch sensitivity mode off

Piano Voices – You get various piano voices included such as organ, electric, grand, electric and strings

Split Function – The split function for the Cadenza lets you separate the keyboard into 2 distinct parts and each part can play different types of sound. This is great when two people are playing on the piano and two kinds of sounds are required

Recorder – Record the music you create by using the recording section provided on the Cadenza piano. Playback the music effortlessly, deletes a track and adds more tracks as needed


Apart from action hammer keys, the 88-key Alesis Cadenza includes speakers that are built into the piano. With the ability to split sounds, record composition with the 2-track recorder, the Cadenza provides quality sound output, capture and performance that is sure to delight an audience. Connectivity to PCs or Mac computers also adds to the versatility of the piano and provides opportunities for additional collaborations. Designed with every detail considered, the output ports and MIDI input can also be used to interface with other devices.

Zen Chung

I'm Zen Chung, a piano and violin teacher based out of Plano, Texas. I started this blog because my students (and their parents) kept asking about the best musical instruments to buy online. Look no further I'm here to save the day! 

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