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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Tenet a part time user from Cuba writes:
A word: Rave-o-lution. Built like a tank. Exploding with creativeness and not over-used girly-techno sounds (&quot;Oh, be my lover, ohhhhh...&quot;- Jesus H. Christ is that shit over and done with.), the Rave is a must for musicians (note: MUSICIANS, as synonymous with ARTISTS). It puts you in control of every aspect of the creation process and leaves the composer knowing exactly where you are. I bought mine with no manual or any instruction whatsoever and within an hour the sound coming from the machine was completely surreal.

For those of you planning on getting a groovebox, get ready for cheap construction (When I tried it out, the damn keys fell off of it- what is that? And people are supposed to rely on this on the road?) and cheaper sounds. Just get the Rave and you'll be more than satisfied. It is a machine to be reckoned with.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Christopher Paluch a professional user from US writes:
Ok, I am hearing alot of complaints(I mean alot), and alot of complimants to a tiny silver box. I personally don't use the thing, I have a notebook computer and rebirth 338. Word of advice, don't buy the thing for more than $400 dollars, it isn't worth it. Get a Korg prophecy if you want cooler than TB-303 sounds, or invest in a notebook computer and get rebirth 338 (hey it is two 303 and one 808, well worth the $179). I personally would never use the thing, but my trademark is using a computer and analog and cheap vintage synthesizers.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Rama a professional user from Hell writes:
Stop picking on the MC. I got myself a record deal with it... If you use it as a drummachine, nothing can stand up to it. And by the way...the Rave-O-Lution...oh, my. Over-rated monophonic cack.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Gabriel Rossi a part time user from usa writes:
I like the ease of the mc-303 but it tends to be restricting. I don't like being told what sounds to use. All the music out there is starting to sound the same. If this keeps up, (with the help of roland dumping all the same gear with the same sounds on the market and ruining the originality of the performer), techno will soon be known as muzak. The D-beam is cool and all but it is just too easy. Lets go back to the late eighties with hardware sequencers and a sampler. Thats where its at!! thanks. gabe

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Nick Griffin a 0 user from USA writes:
c'mon guys quit comparing sequencers, if they sound different then the person

hearing them should choose between them,the rave o lution is bad ass ,hell

even kmfdm swears by the thing, but really the no creativity thing with the groovebox is rediculous use the mc303 for your basic sequencer,then all you

have to do is flip it upside down in any editing program, hell i could make an ry10's

bass lines sound good with turbo synth, creativity and being an artist depends

on how you can take a sound and mold it into your own expression,hell

all electric guitars have the same basic sound and millions of bands have made each and every one different sounding from the next, if your too stupid too

realize that the mc303 can be used for more than the box is worth,go pay 2000

some dollars for a rave o lution or have fun rumagging through peoples trash for a

tb303..

damn i wish there were more than five marks

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