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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Wetti a part-timer user from Germany writes:
The 309 is (similar to everything by Quasimidi) a very good tool, especially with the audio expansion (two audio in's). A great thing with this expansion is, that you can loop this thing which means you can use a cable to connect the output with the input..... ZWWWiieieEEEIiiEEEEIISSSSSBBBBBBRRRRZzzzZzZZZ... ... ... doubles your filter power... by the way, the filter is quite good. The Bass sounds have nothing (or not much) to do with the original 303, but very useful in your productions.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-03-1998 at 18:03
Johann H.Stoeten from Germany writes:
Very good and useable Drum-Machine but with the worst Piece of Shit Synth-Engine I've ever heard ... The Sequencer is ok... I personally would advice every 309-Owner to fix the Mute-Button of the Synth-Section permanently with the best Glue you find. www.synthesized-dreams.com

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-04-1998 at 15:34
Rob a hobbyist user from Scotland. UK writes:
I just got one 3 days ago and I am well impressed with the quality of the sounds

and the fact that you can tweak any sound after laying it down. (i am using it mostly as a sequencer). My only complaint about

this box is that it is a bit hard to use, but then before this I was using a pc with cubase &amp; sound module. The fact is that this box sounds the business for techno, trance and other minimalistic music, but if you want more

then id imagine other box or pc would be the business. All that aside I am delighted with my purchase and am only finding time to drink and eat small

quantities at a time. read all the reviews before buying as it may not suit.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:04
Mark R. a 0 user from Cuba writes:
It's absolutely marvelous. It was my first synth/drum machine/ keyboard/ MIDI-thingie of any sort and my God did I get a good start. Ever since, I've played with and owned other &quot;devices&quot; but nothing has come close to the ease of use that this thing offers. It's my little silver baby.

Currently I have it set up with a Boss DR-5 (another little machine that does a lot of things for the size and price) run through a Kawai mixer. I usually have the little guy slaved to the ROL and run both of them through a DOD TEC-8 effects processor. Sometimes I synch them up to my Mac with Metro and Deck II so I can record Guitar/Bass/Vocal tracks with my partner.

Our curent project is a ambient-techno-gothic-industrial-rock-guitar-spoken word album that has five songs current;y finished and all playable live with no problems. Yet this whole project all goes back to the Rave machine for its inspiration, even though most of our songs are written on a thirty year old Spanish acoustic guitar that has a crack in the back. If it doesn't sound good there, it won't sound good no matter what you do to it. I currently work for a theatre, so if any of you guys want to check out my website for it, it's The 3rd Street Black Box Theatre in downtown Miami, FL. We've been known to do a lot of good shows.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:04
Ante a professional user from Adelaide, Australia writes:
I bought a 309 not too long ago I think it's really good for live performance and samples for other programmes, such as Impulse Tracker, Cool-Edit, CuBase, and find it really easy to just jam On! But my concerns with it are that there were not enough variety in sounds, such as piano's and symphony style. But overall I am Happy with my purchase!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:04
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