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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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m from japan a part-time user from japan writes:
Hey,everybody,I think mc-307'sound is cheap ,But It's useful When You had sampler,roland'sound is melt around sound,That's Roland magic.You believe dat.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-30-2000 at 13:04
Keysoap a professional user from Nottingham, UK writes:
I agree. The 307 is shit. The sounds are lifeless and boring. Okay, it has loads more than there are in the 303, but they are so old, and not in a kind of cool retro way either. The turntable emulation works but is gimmicky. Please don't waste your money on this junk, even a groovesampler (202 or 808) would be better since you can put your own respectable sounds in it! Roland released this along with the XV3080, XV5080 and the VP9000. The only clever product is the VP9000, the 3080 and 5080 are essentially repackaged 1080's and 2080's respectively, with new sounds plus the original ones, although quality seems somewhat improved. The 307 doesn't deserve even a curious glance. Come on roland. get a grip.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-May-29-2000 at 14:01
Cliffy B. a part-time user from Nali-land writes:
The 307 is a step in the wrong direction for Roland - the repackaging of those same tired 80's sounds instead of doing something new. Roland needs to look to the future, even at the more consumer end of the market... why, apart from a singular lack of imagination, should a hobbyist put up with the 307's soundset for its price when they can find a glorious FS1R for $350-$500?

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-May-29-2000 at 13:40
Peden a hobbyist user from DK writes:
How this can be a serious competitor to the glorious RM1x is beyond me. First of all, it doesn't have the number of MIDI-channels the RM1x has, and secondly it hasn't got a disk drive. It might have cooler sounds, and it's definetely great that it's got 4 filter types (LP, HP, BP and something else), but if we're talking hardware sequencers, the RM1x beats it hands down!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-28-2000 at 16:54
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