Synth Site: Roland: MT-32 Synthesizer Module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Steve B a hobbyist user from England writes:
The MT32 is still worth owning. OK, it's not exactly leading edge technology now and all the presets are done to death 80s cliches, but once you start editing it with a software editor, them it can still make a huge range of interesting and useful sounds. And it doesn't take over a mix, unlike a lot of modern synths. The WWW is also a great source of patches.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-29-1999 at 05:13
Mario a hobbyist user from Lithuania writes:
This synth has cool drum part - snares are something between tr808 and tr909. All the sounds are brutal wavetable samples - thats why I prefer this sytnh to modern wavetable analog synth emulators. When a small amount of memory is used to make an instrument, sound becomes brutal and REALY FAT. I had MC-303 - this synth sucked, samples sounded lazy and stupid (even non pro can feel that silly tryings to emulate real analogue instruments), but MT does it's work well. Brute WAVETABLE. Also you MUST download an instrument editor for this thing to operate with filters, envelopes and other stuff. Actually the manual is crap.

This synth is worth for $100

Thank you!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-24-1999 at 10:21
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