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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Dicky a hobbyist user from The Netherlands writes:
Whow, what a load of negative shit about this synth. It was my second synth (my first is a DX7 -spare me your comments-), and I liked it. However, a lot of things you say are right. Midi implementation sucks. The sounds can't be edited. So, it's more or less a keyboard. On the other hand, how much can you expect from a synth with such a small price tag? I mean, if you buy one of those &quot;analogue&quot; sound modules, you pay even more.. O.K., if I knew it was a limited synth, perhaps I wouldn't have bought it. But.... I think it's excellent as a workstation! In no-time you have your own nice, little techno (s)hit. I feel encouraged by it's interface to play around and stuff. I make my &quot;music&quot; with the MC sequencer, and load it afterward into a software sequencer. The sounds are a bit too &quot;soft&quot;, but I won't sell this unit. No way. But, eeuh, does anyone have a Juno 106 for sale?! Well, at least you can always see it as a decorative item: I think it looks kinda cool on my desk ;-)

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
alon a part time user from Israel writes:
i know i definately want to get an mc-303 or mc-505 or the groove synth. but i dont know if its worth paying the extra for the 505 or not, i also dont know weather the groove synth is more worth it than the regular 505. if anyone has a 303 and regrets not having a 505 then please e-mail me. if you purchased a groove synth and and think its not powerful enough please mail me. i appreciate it. -alon benshoshan.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
george a professional user from dC writes:
hey this instrument is cool...for about 27 minutes...then you get frustrated...and turn it off......look at the manual...get frustrated.......turn it on for another 27 minutes......turn it off...... This MC303-is a glorified &quot;techno&quot; thing....what is &quot;techno&quot;?..... Techno is suppose to be creative!!!...not limiting...to the kick and hihat...and sample of a crappy chorded string.........and of course another sample of girl's scream triggered by the MS-1.....that 's crap...... the MC-303 is stupid....even though it is small and portable...it gives you no room for creatabililty.....the midi funcitons suck.....MY DX-7 IS EASIER TO PROGRAM.. I'll be honest......save your money...and get something you need.....analog/midi

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
A. Richards a hobbyist user from Usa writes:
The MC-303 is a nice box to start off with for any techno composer, it's got enough sounds to last a while, and really nice drum kits, the samples aren't editable, but tweakable via real-time modify controls such as cutoff, resonance, lfo, etc...it's got a nice built-in sequencer and pattern edit functions to make it ideal for live-performances.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Jeff a hobbyist user from USA writes:
The MC-303 is fun... for a few hours/days. After awhile, you will discover t. Stay away from this waste of money. The closest thing in terms of price and capabilities would be the CS1x by Yamaha which blows this unit away. Buy one of those instead.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
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