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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Lucid a professional user from United States writes:
ThisMachine is great for Drum-n-Bass...I have got some great stuff outta this box.The drum souns can be great and they are also very very tweakable...you can also get those nasty basslines you always hear quite easily..the sequencer works great for programming bu ti prefer my computer...you an import vocals though! listen to some of my stuff at www.mp3.com/lucid-484

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-27-2001 at 09:36
Paul Michaelson a part-time user from Honolulu USA writes:
I have an MC-505

Its a good piece of gear. But if you think you are going to make a serious buy twards your music future.. Spend the extra money and get a Korg Trinity or a Yamaha Ex5

Look for a workstation with a Keyboard i think in the long run you will be better off.

Paul Michaelson

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-15-2000 at 05:37
Greg a hobbyist user from USA writes:
the mc-505 is a great machine, and its complexities will take you awhile to truly understand. but, as things usually are with roland, if they had spent a few extra dollars on the machine, they could have made it better. every day i find some new limitation that blows my mind. i would definately suggest getting memory cards because this is not a rock solid machine, mine has crashed twice and i lost all of my work. it is not built to be beaten on, unlike the 307. but i believe it is a great studio machine.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-04-2000 at 20:38
David K Rice from USA writes:
Best sounding groovebox on the market. Has the same engine of the classics, so it's a dream come true to those not fortunate enough to get their hands on one of the originals. A bit pricy so consider the 307 (it has the the same sounds, but lacks the d-beam and a couple of other featues) if you're strapped for cash. D beam one of the coolest inventions to come around in a while. Manual is excellent, but sequencer is limited and a bit difficult. Probably best used as a module or with a sampler.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-03-2000 at 05:44
Rick a part-time user from CA writes:
MC-505 = killer drum machine and so much more.... great sequencer, arpeggiator, and I even like the tones it generates....especially when heavily processed....heheheheheh....it may have its limits but so does everything....peace

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-01-2000 at 00:02
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