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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Antony Davies a professional user from usa writes:
I have been composing on the MC 500 since 1987. It's been brilliant, never let me down. Don't listen to people that say it's no good. It all depends what you need it for.There's no point in comparing it to software based sequencing and anyone who does needs to get out of the bedroom/studio.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-15-2000 at 03:10
Andy a part-timer user from usa writes:
Do yourself favor! Dont buy it! A waste of time,no suport for it from roland as far as anything technicle! i BOUGHT ONE ON THE ADVISE OF THIS SITE AND WAS TOTTALY!Disapointed!!! Just to damn slow! If your want a truley good hardware seq,? BUY A KAWAI Q80 EXE!!!!!!!! MUTCH beter plusss two midi outs that actually give you 32 channels of midi!!!! Its the best choice dont fall into the trap I fell into with this dinnosoar!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-May-01-1999 at 03:03
Jeff G a part-timer user from Boston writes:
I just bought a bunch of closeout midi gear/software over the net. I have what appears to be a brand new Roland Perfomance Package system generator MRP500 for the MC-500. I just need to get my cash back, and if this is useful to someone let me know. It'll go cheap!

It has a manual and two disks designed (I think) to update the OS.

Please feel free to email me with any questions. Lot's of weird and old stuff in the lot.

Thanks Jeff G

posted Thursday-Feb-25-1999 at 17:26
Graham Swanepoel a part time user from South Africa writes:
I've used the sequencer since 1986 and never regreted buying the machine

one moment.

My sequencer has been dropped 3 times (twice off stage - a 6Ft fall)

and once off the roof of my car.It has kept on working and believe it or not, there's

not a scratch, or a crack and the LCD was not damaged.

My machine still looks as good as new. I find the processing time slow.

Booting up like the MC-50 would be nice and less time consuming.

The velocity setting, I think it is Func-4, could have a bigger range,

so as to create a better feel when writing Drum tracks.

The manual is not user friendly and difficult for someone who does not know the

machine

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:07
Duff Robison a professional user from CANADA writes:
I've been using the same MC-500 every weekend for ten years and it's

still working perfectly. Now that's road worthy!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:07
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