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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Dominic Legare a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
This unit is capable of one application at a time. But the most interesting after playing around with this unit is the sampler with the VariPhrase technology. The sampler have 6-tracks controled via V-Producer or any other midi device (sequencer or midi controller). You can save data on the internal memory or in a MEDIA CARD.

I really enjoy playing with it. The V-Producer is quite capable and versatile. I use to play around with some drum loops and it's amazing.

The emulator of Juno-8 and TB-303 are quite interesting too, but I can't load them while I am playing around with the V-Producer. That's the negative point from a live perspective. This unit is a really powerfull and sound really good.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-28-2005 at 12:59
dert a professional user from usa ny writes:
piece of art

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-19-2004 at 22:55
mryder a hobbyist user from melbourne, australia writes:
Hi there, I picked this little baby up a couple of months ago at one of the Roland sales. I didn't think it was worth the full retail price, but more around the $1500AUD mark.

I got it mainly for the synths and love the concept of being able to change it by using a new vcard. Thus far I think its pretty good. I just love the squelchy analog lines the Jupiter emulation producers... turn on the arpeg and your transformed back to the eighties hehe. So bass is pretty good. Strings are ok, but I find my MS2000 has more presence in the mix. TB303 emulation is good. The sawtooth is spot on, but square waveform is a bit off when you listen closely.

Has anyone tried the new VC-1 D50 card? Am interested in hearing whats its like.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-23-2004 at 18:59
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