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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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Marcus R. Johnson a professional user from USA writes:
I have compared the roland mv to the akai and I would say that roland has always pleased me with there user interfaces, Akai is great, however there overrated, and most people who praise akai have never even used one. One beef I have with akai is there over beefed sound engine, which is quite colored, but it's not that bad, but the roland mv is clear and natural sounding, and if I want a hot output i'LL BUY A PREAMP, If you work with roland you might get beat up by the programmers who designed the interfaces, but once you've been burned by the programmers at roland, you can work anything. I have two studios and I plan on buying both.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-17-2005 at 18:21
Aaron a hobbyist user from UsA writes:
Hi, i have had the Mv 8000 for about....hmmm a year now. i have not really got into it like I should, but I'm learning bits and peices. But I really wannna know how do I sample a song and fit it in a beat that I made perfectly?. Or how do I take a sample chop it, and flip it to something totally hot?. If the are any hip hop heads out there holla at me and help me out on this.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-02-2005 at 20:32
G-Hef a professional user from USA writes:
I purchased the mv8k 2 months back and I think it's the best thing on the market. I've been producing for about 10 yrs. I've used the mpc 60,60 II,3000,2000,4000(only a week and hated it)the asr 10 and a slew of others. I believe the mv murders them all with it's sampling capablities,ad conversion,efx,audio importing,etc.The mv is the only hardware sampler where you can produce a cut from start to finnish, vocals included,mix and master the song then take it to the dj at the club and bang it. I've done it with great results and until I master logic pro 7 and kontakt this is my weapon of choice.Peace to roland for makeing a producers job easier.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-20-2005 at 02:54
LB a professional user from Milwaukee, WI writes:
Jus like to say dat the mv 8000 is the s$%*. One reason I'm not going to lie is I wanted to have something that producers was using in the industry. But I didn't want what everybody had. I heard Jermaine Dupri on this one site I was looking up he played a song he did for Usher with using like only 6 pads. I was like f$%* it I got to get dis dis is to raw to easy (dat it seemed at dat time) and he was like the only one I knew dat was using it. Everybody else like Dr. Dre using the mpc 3000 (he has 5 of those), Kanye West same David Banner using the mpc 3000 and 4000 (damn!!) and on and on and on.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-10-2005 at 02:13
Big Boot Productions a hobbyist user from US writes:
Just wanted to say that I've owned my MV 8000 now for about two weeks and I love it. I was looking at other drum machines that cost hundreds less but figured if I was going to get really serious about producing music I might as well buy the best that's out there and the MV 8000 is the best. Purchased Cakewalk for my pc a week before I bought my MV and I haven't used it since, but I do use the loops, which proves you can use any cd with any wav file to expand your libray. Will highly recommend this machine for the pro or the novice just like any new gadet that you get, spend time with it play with and you'll begin to see how things works and you'll be surprized at what this machine does.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-06-2005 at 08:29
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