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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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blake p brunner a part-timer user from maryland, usa writes:
I bought the XP-10 because I wanted to get into electro music and the XP-10 was cheap and came with free sequencing software (Freestyle, which is an alright program). As far as functioning, the thing is a little funny - it often does not do what I tell it to, and settings that I have saved have the funny habit of getting lost now and again. The presets are alright, and I thought that I had exhausted this thing after about 5 months of play, until I realized (duh) that one can edit the presets fairly easily, with vibrato, filters, envelopes and such being tweakable. Still, had I known more than what I did about electro (which was about nothing, other than aphex=good, mu-ziq=good, etc), I would have spent my money and time hunting for some cool used analogue stuff. Oh yeah, Roland's customer service sucks. When my XP-10 just stopped functioning and I had to send it in to be fixed, they took about 2 months messing about with the thing, and it was, according to them, a "rush job." Alesis takes a week to fix stuff. What do the Roland techs do with their time?

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 16:39
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