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Simon () writes:
The MC-303 now has a keyboard, a D-Beam controller from the MC-505 and the Boss SP-202 sampler. Ok... In their own right they're all quite shite units individually, but put them all together, for the price (under £400), you're looking at an all-in-one starter studio for ravetastic wannabies.. Comes with rps & arranger (read auto-accompanyments) but arranger parts can be muted at your leisure to make something quite interesting. Add the Filter, Resonance & Reverb, as well as a mic-in which can be put through a Filter and Ring Modulator...... Plenty of Bang for your Bucks

Comments About the Sounds:
Basically, the soundset from Roland MC-303

(Thanks to Simon for this info.)
and www.zzounds.com for the pic

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