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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Lucid a professional user from USA writes:
That clickin has to do with the Amp and Filter envelopes...When set too low on certain waveforms(attack)...clicking will be heard...this happens to every synth..just try turning the Amp attack up a bit till the clicking isn't heard...but I find that on a lot of pro tracks...they leave the clicking...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-02-2000 at 10:30
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the clicking sound occurs with certain env or filter settings, sometimes tweaking the filter envelope helps or raising the attack in the amp etc, I have also heard other VA's do this on occassion..

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-02-2000 at 03:56
FidoX from slovenia writes:
Hi! I have my Roland Jp-8080 now already for a year and a half and i'm very satisfied with it. I have just questions about tickin' sound or strange "like bad recorded waves" when i move Cutoff frequency button to the bottom.Does somebody knows what i'm talking about?? Otherwise i'm using it for making my dream tracks, like Trance, Goa and similar stuff :)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-01-2000 at 21:51
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f***ing amazing.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-29-2000 at 03:24
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I love the digital sound of the 8080, I've owned it for 2 years or so and I still love it but don't expect it to have all the characteristics of true analog- it doesn't, it can sound really great regardless- excellent strings- much better than you'd expect from a virtual analog, basses + leads are easy enough to create as well as shifting noise soundscapes - the fx are ok- the delay has the typical digital stepping. The filters sound really digital to me and lack the smoothness you are going to find in real analog- sometimes you will get a crackling sound from the filter or env combo that can be damn annoying. The quality of the resonance is totally different than analog resonance- it lacks the smoothness of analog - you cannot obtain that "piercing" resonance that you get from an sh 101 for example, the resonance at high levels sounds thin and almost like 2 high freq tones being layered together. At any rate the synth has some excellent capabilities and once you get the right sound programmed it is always right on- Its a great DIGITAL synth but sounds much harsher than real analog.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-27-2000 at 08:34
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