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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Scoobear a hobbyist user from Brooklyn, NY writes:
A lot of the gripes about this machine are from people who have obviously not read the manual. Yes you can save settings made to a pattern by pressing shift function and 15. It does suck that you can't individually set the delay/reverb for each part and the memory is quite low. But for my purpose, which was to get ahead of the learning curve making electronic music, this machine went above and beyond. Althought, why does everyone always talk about how great the drums sound on this thing? My $200 Yamaha DJX drum sounds blow it out of the water. Now that is a fun little cheapo machine.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-04-2002 at 14:07
Paul McCartney a professional user from Shhhh!! writes:
I'm sick of playing guitars & pianos.Took a break & bought one of these cool toys which is really hot these days.More bang for the buck than most machines. I got one when it came out and still use it. The sounds aren't excellent but i learned to make the best out of it. The approach i suggest to techno music is to get less gear and know your gear better. Knowing this box pays off. Definitely recommended to beginners. Weird interface at first but works so well once you know it. All you need to start making electronic music. Notice i said *start*. Very good box for the price,expect miracles!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-04-2002 at 05:02
RAY a professional user from USA writes:
Hi!This is Linkinpark......My modular setup give me more flexibility. Again, with it you can do more with it than the MC-303, or MC-505, with any modular setup, an individual will have more flexibility. Most users of these boxes start to sound the same. I don't need a groovebox, as I can do anything they can do. I'd recoomend a keyboard workstation, or modular setup to anyone who really wants versatility, and freedom

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-04-2002 at 05:00
Adrain.T a part-time user from UK writes:
Sounds nothing like a TB-303 (get ReBirth for that..), can only use midi when in sound module mode, which turns all knobs off. Basses are crap, very thin unlike DX100's solid bass. Lead sounds aren't to bad. Bought mine new last August for £510. Like many others I have a long wish list of features for the next MC-x0x, although Roland have obviously listened to those who asked for an "MC-909" as they have just announced the MC-505. Check out www.teknet.ch/tb303.htm for pics of MC-505, or email me and I'll send you some.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-04-2002 at 04:57
Lynn from usa writes:
I use the MC-303 and the MC-505 in my studio and they are both indespensable to me. They are major workhorses & very creative tools. ps--I also have a roomful of other gear to use, but these boxes get lots of use!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-04-2002 at 04:55
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