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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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One CD on one box??? HAHA I want to hear your CD... Post a link.

posted Wednesday-Jun-12-2002 at 17:26
BrianAustin a part-time user from B-more writes:
Great machine for the moo-la. I have had mine for about 6 montths and it does alot. First off it as many, many sounds and all of witch (for the most part) are decent to good. The strings need a little work. I produce hip-hop and the box works well with it. the drum sound i must say are weak. the sounds on my old dr.202 sound 100X better. I cant see any one making any jungle or drum-n-bass with this all though some trance is probaly feasable. The sequencer is great and very easy to work with. The arp is also very nice helps add nice rhythm to any track. The rps function is kinda dissapointing in that you cant call up your on tracks whitch i believe the mega-mix function on the 505 does. All in all this is a great box for hip-hop at least for th money. Screw what people say about you cant produce a whole cd with just this cuz you can. So if your looking to by a machine and one a budget i would definitly go with the mc-307.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-12-2002 at 16:14
Kristopher Lee a part-time user from USA writes:
I bought a 307 off of a friend about a week ago cause he needed money and I'm actually more impressed with it than I thought I would be. The sounds are alright but the thing that I liked the best was the ease of programming it. I already have an EMU Proteus, a Roland RS-5, a Kawai K1, a Boss SP-505 and a Boss DR-202 all running with Logic Audio and a mass of soft synths which all let me make what I wanted for a long time. I mainly make drum and bass and jungle tracks which the 307 doesn't seem to do well on it's own except for the drums. So all I will be using it for is a drum machine and layering in with lighter sounds. And seeing as I only paid $325 for it it is alot better drum machine than any other in that price range.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-11-2002 at 02:17
4saken a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I've been researching grooveboxes for quite a while now. Looking for something as a drum machine and perhaps some backup synth. I looked at the EM-1, Dr-202, MC-303, MC-505, and MC-307. After much consideration I chose the 307. Why? Sequencer, Loads of patches, and relatively cheap. I had a price limit of $500 (the old lady sez so..) so I had to get the most for my money. I mostly do some dark ambient and industrial (for my own consumption atm). Looking at the options the 307 offers the most for the money. EM-1 is to limiting (despite the fact it sounds soooo good.) I monkeyed around with both for over 4 hours in two weeks (they kept trying to run me off but I convinced them I was there to buy not just ot shop). Had to special order this puppy as nobody seems to stock in here in Baltimore. Will post more as I get more intimate with the insides of this box. I've got an Alesis 6.1 atm with a number of the cards and this hopefully will provide a decent sequencer and drummachine for it. (Hey I'm on a budget here) will post more when I get it in my hot little hands!

posted Saturday-Jun-08-2002 at 22:22
MAssiVeMau a part-time user from amsterdam writes:
A, i see, you're so big and brave you even write your f*ckin name on the message, amateur

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-06-2002 at 06:20
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