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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Big Ben a professional user from USA! USA! USA! writes:
I've had a MachineDrum from the begining, and although it was buggy at first, they have really nailed the problems in the last beta (OS 0.99b) and I'm now completely happy. I've got a 909, 707, 727, 606 and had an ER-1 (returned it), and although they're all good at what they do... the MD is really something else. If I could only have one it would be the MD, hands down. It's a good company too, with fast support. Now I'm off to grab OS 1.00 :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-17-2001 at 18:48
zdar a hobbyist user from Switzerland writes:
I've one from the very beginning, now I can't live without it. Do yourself a favour and get one! :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-17-2001 at 12:22
PrOto a professional user from USA writes:
My beats were mostly sampled or done with the ER-1 (korg), until I got this killer machine this summer.

When the OS was still in it's early stages, it had it's problems, but I still managed to make some of the most powerful kits I have ever heard. I bought this machine because it was innovative in my opinion, but I was surprised that I could also make convincing "Roland" sounds on it. This thing goes much beyond the TR boxes though, and is a classic in itself. With the OS upgrades, the MachineDrum has become almost unstoppable in the drumbox domain. It's also built solid, and not cheap feeling like many of the "new" products at the music store. It's good to see a company produce something with dignity, rather than mass-producing garbage and cutting corners.

peace, PrOto

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-16-2001 at 09:05
pro a professional user from Norway writes:
This is a fantastic machine! I have spent about three years trying to find a drummachine that could be programmed in realtime while playing drums.Until now, the best machine for doing this has been the Electribe, however this machine sound so 90's that I guess I would get bored after a month or two..then came SPS-1. About price: I live in Norway, and getting any good equipment costs good money, so why not spend it in Sweden? I'd give more than five if possible, this is a great machine.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-09-2001 at 13:23
synthe.labo a part-time user from IT writes:
...the best the best the best the best... have you ever realized that if you add a bit more you can get a PC and, for ex. Dynamo, that makes exacly ALL what machinedrum do na d alot more....? i own hardware gear, expensive one too, but this thing is really stupidly overpriced. not talking about the sounds and possibilities, just too expensive for an intelligent mind. marco

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-21-2001 at 20:05
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