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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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LoHr from usa writes:
i had one a few years ago, and while it was cool for the first couple months, it got stale fast. i sold it off to a pawn shop and i dont regret it. its just very cheezy sounding and it has practically NO synth engine inside besides a filter (wich steps terribly btw). i guess if u stumble over one for about $100 maybe, scoop it up, because for that price it'll be worth getting to modify, yep crack that baby open and CIRCUIT BEND the SHIT outta it!!! imma prolly get a couple more for $100-$125 and modify em, give em a nice new school sound, cause now their just out-of-date cheeze sounds. LOVE the thick metal case tho its tuff, it'll prolly survive a hit and run by a TANK, it looks cool too. so imma give it a generous 4 rate due to the visual appeal and the tuff case and the fact that its a perfect candidate for circuit bending.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-May-02-2003 at 19:30
The Malpaso Man a professional user from 505 Central writes:
Okay MC-303 owners....

You want to tweak and store your own sounds on your MC-303, here's how:

1) Find the patch u want 2) Tweak it, till ur happy with it 3) Select a user pattern 4) Select a part (part select 1-7) 5) write ur tweaked patch into a part (eg part-1)

presto... u'll get 7 tweaked tones per a pattern and stored in the memory, but only if ur gonna use the MC-303 as a synth/sound module, altho u can copy tones from one user pattern to another. Give it a try and see what u think :-)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-May-02-2003 at 07:06
Jos a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
I must agree with Tom. It realy has an arpegerator that blows you away. The sounds are good too, with a little tweaking you can get pretty amazing results. Ofcourse it has many shortcommings but what do you expect for this price?!!! I would recommend it for people with a tight budget, altough you better not use it as your only device. Jos De Boevere INT Director of the Consistory Studios corp.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-12-2002 at 01:30
Tom a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
at present time you can get the MC303 for less than €200 This makes it one of the moust cheapest music- processors availible. Second point the arpegerater function gives the music-programmer wider scale of possibilities then moust of his professional concurents. These are just two of the many reasons why we should praise this little wonder. I recommand that you critics who prophecise with your penns should reconsidder the words you let fall over this subject. Yours trully, Tom Van de Putte, financial director of the Consistory Studios corp.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-12-2002 at 01:03
mario010 a professional user from the netherlands writes:
i bought a 303 when they first shipped into my country,..it is shit on the midi but,... it took live dance music to different heights so it is a wicked machine. nowadays i still use it in live sets for old times sake and every now and then i program a little beat and bass on it for productional purposes. I won't forget i loved it back then. And will keep on using it for this reason.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-13-2002 at 22:11
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