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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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alex a professional user from belfast writes:
though i've had mine a while, i've rarely used it, only really for writing basslines to jam ideas out along to. people complain about programming it, i found it straight forward. i don't think it's as good as the mc202 (though the 303 is easier to programme).

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-11-2002 at 16:19
101 of 303 a part-time user from earth writes:
i love mine. i paid alot for it, but its worth it. it can be raspy or full fat square, and have a special charecteristic that just "stick" to effects.

people say it's a pain to program, its not straightforward for sure, but the sequencing technique just grows on you.

this synth is full of character. nothing like it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-23-2002 at 04:39
boring suburbanite urban "produssa" a professional user writes:
I love mine to bits , I would never sell it unless someone brings out a clone that can emulate it perfectly but with full midi control.

Though I do wonder why Raoul has kept his all this time as he doesn't like it and the profit margin he could make from it is rather high.

Maybe it is actually worth something to him after all ?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-03-2002 at 14:26
noname a professional user from somewhere close writes:
Just to remind some of you new to the tb303,when you buy one if it hasnt come from some techno musician remember to open it up and calibrate the modx filter etc. As a friend of mine recently bought one and complained that he couldnt get it to squeal like mine,after hearing it i agreed and to my surprize it still had its original bassline calibration,in other words it was a virgin to the acid sound,a few tweaks later it was squealing and farting its heart out.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-07-2002 at 18:35
patchpoint a professional user from USA writes:
The debate about the TB 303 will continue to occur! I have three of them and have been a proud TB 303 user since 1995. I use all three live and I just cant get over the sound that comes out of that little silver box. One just has to keep the sound interesting by being very creative with programming it!

Keep in mind TB 303s make up just a tiny segment of my studio and there are many other nice sounding analog synths to play with out there.

-Patchpoint

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-13-2001 at 19:44
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