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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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dj e.q a professional user from DENMARK writes:
The mc 303 is good for the beginer but is out grown pretty fast i myself would get a sampler then rebirth and the up grades and work your way up.P.L.U.R

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Daniel Tashian a professional user from USA writes:
First of all, there is alot of hype about this machine. People try to compare it to the TB-303, and the truth is, it's not! It's a completely different animal. It is not trying to replace the TB, or even imitate it. It is trying to be itself, which it does quite well. I use it for several applications in my home studio: Midi it to my sequencer and use it as a drum machine...use the loops to get a beat going, or even program a user pattern from scratch. Once you get the hang of programming on it, it's fairly easy to use. The onboard effects are a plus. I love sequencing in step time...i love the sound of arpeggiated bass lines, so the machine is excellent for me. It has a few drawbacks, mainly...no multiple outputs; also, some of the factory presets are pretty weak. alot of them sound the same, but there are a few good ones. the overall sound quality is pretty good, but it could use some beefing, or more "analogness" The bass in my Juno 106 is far superior in terms of speaker-tweaking resonance, but the MC is not bad. I am curious to see what roland will do with the 505 (in terms of sounds) after they undoubtedly read the feedback about the 303, and made improvements based on user likes/dislikes. Bottom line: A very well designed, multi purpose sequencer/drum machine. Props to Roland for continuing to inovate in the field of electronic music. -daniel tashian

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:12
Mario a professional user from Lithuania writes:
I do not use this box sequencer.

I have experience with it in gigs. I used cheap MIDI keyboard to control MC303:

to switch from one to another voice I needed to press only one key on MC. The

same thing with switching between songs: I used sequencer only for preprogramming

voices.

The best way to use MC303 is: select in your computer sequencer patch &quot;Normal TB&quot;,

run groovebox thru overdrive and use realtime knobs. MC-303 Very interesting sample player.

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