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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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mark rattenbury a part time user from AUSTRALIA writes:
for what it is,its great for dicking around if you can find some inspiring sounds.keep in mind this thing is a toy,a complete gimmick aimed at the dance masses,the fact that they included 303 in its name is Shamelessly cruel. it doesent come close to the sheer power of the tb 303 and remember that the machines that this thing is made to copy were made for musicians. so if you really want that sound that fucks your mind and moves your arse,save your cash and take the time thats required to get the right gear . MC303(MINDLESS CRAP NOT A 303)

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Dunc a part time user from england writes:
I WAS A USER OF THE MC 303 AND I MUST SAY IT IS A GOOD PEACE OF KIT BUT JUST LATEY I PURCHESED MC 505 AND THAT A MUST PEACE OF KIT

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Pekka Väisänen a hobbyist user from Finland writes:
I have to say the mc-303 loses its charm after you try to control it via MIDI.The realtime controllers can only be used with track. Put it in soundmodulemode and you basically have synth with a couple of nice (but too often used) sounds and a good drum machine.If you have a sequencer or a computer with MIDI connections you can extract all the songs from your Mc-303,this is great if you are a beginner (or if you have tried to make technomusic for a long time and still sound like a pop group from the 80's).IF YOU HAVE A SEQUENCER AND A SYNTHESIZER AND YOU STILL CAN'T SOUND GOOD,USING THE MC-303 IS A GREAT WAY TO LEARN!!!!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Orion Paradis a part time user from Canada writes:
Enough talk slamming the 303. It was my first piece of electronic music equipment and it kicks ass. It taught me the ropes of dance music construction. I've just sold mine to but an MC-505 but I would recommend it for any beginner trying to get a grasp on the world of synthesized music. By the way the 505 it the shit!!! It takes every positive aspect of the 303 and improves upon them. It is the best all in one dance music instrument ever!!!.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
DJDV a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
I initially rented the MC-303 for a couple of months when I was just getting into the scene. It's a great tool for learning the ropes. After returning the MC-303 I bought a W-30 and was doing full composition in that. The other day I saw a wicked deal on a MC-303 and jumped on it. Linking the MC-303 up to the midi sequencer on the W-30 really opened up vast potential I had previously been unaware of in the MC-303. Arpegiated sounds can be morphed using the real-time control knobs (not in sound module mode)with the timing linked to the W-30 master...very cool! The MC-303 also makes it a breeze to lay down the ground work for a grooving beat (sure beats programming the timing, velocity, and gate for each hit, kick and snare). Try layering the MC-303's 16-step drum pattern on top of a break beat to accent key hits. I've loved it, hated it, and fell in love again with it. Get one while everyone is trying to dump them for ridiculous prices. (I got my set-up for less than half of what the MC-505 costs)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
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