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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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Kiel a hobbyist user from Los Angeles, writes:
I recently purchased the Roland MV-8000. I am looking for someone who lives in the Los Angeles, Playa Vista, Ca. area to give me some personal instruction on my system; someone who may know the system at an advanced level. I can't even get a simple pattern going! I Need Help! Will pay hourly for instruction at my studio.

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Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-28-2005 at 15:24
ill keyz a professional user from new york writes:
I'm gona say this right now, the mv vs mpc debate shouldn't be about what's better but what gives you the creater the most options that you may or may not need. I used a mpc for 5 years and when I got my hands on a mv nothing didn't change, I didn't turn into timbaland or dr dr. Cause the truth is if you suck you suck no matter what machine you used. I think the mv is a better value option wise than the 2kxl or 1k or 3k and 60 for the price(I never used a 4k). When I walk in the studio and some ask me why I use this now,I just tell them cause I like it but my real reason I wan to inavate not immatate. We all know what each mpc can or can't do and we have music to prove it because of each producer that uses each one. To me the mv is unknow ground and who is to know what new style can be created because what I can do. For one no mpc is known to have or have good effects. I love the effects on the mv. That alone could be the start of kick drum that got everybody tring do. So you don't like things to be wet before tracking. I think there is a difference in tracking and sound design. With a mpc I had to use a computer to do that and the reason we use these groove boxes is cause of the hands on so why do we want to got back to a computer and sucky sound card to create new sounds. I do it all in the box. I think the mv has a great price. The great thing about the mv is I know the from me to who ever buys it respect it for what it can do not cause of so and so producer uses it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-12-2005 at 10:52
Innercoreproductions.com a professional user from usa writes:
The Mv-8000 wversion 3.01 software is ready to take over the world. Great unit!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-26-2005 at 08:35
Steven Neff a professional user from usa writes:
I recently purchased the Roland MV-8000. I am looking for someone who lives in the Rockville Maryland or Washington DC area to give me some personal instruction on my system someone who may know the system at an advanced level. I can't even get a simple pattern going! I Need Help! Will pay hourly for instruction at my studio.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-11-2005 at 23:57
mud a professional user from usa writes:
the mv8000,is a great unit.i only had it for about 5days,an all ready put together 12tracks.with the version3.new modes,you got everything you need.make patterns,drag them to the song mode,put them how you want them,master it,then burn it out.its that simple.my fav. piece of gear.but a few things could be better.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-20-2005 at 10:54
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