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Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Puff Daddy a hobbyist user from U.S.A.!!! writes:
yo maan i do hiphip alot. beats and stuff you know. i got the groove and i do it with mu90. all other rappahs here use mpc drum machine but i do my shit with mu90 and i got success you know the shit yo. chicks like me you know, cause i m cool with it. on stage i got it too and i humb around behind it and i still look cool and it sounds right, you know. if you can get one second hand, get it you know. its the best synth you can start with. it leads you the way to top, you know maan !

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-02-2002 at 20:28
Marc Ellis a professional user from New Orleans USA writes:
I bought a used MU90R as a second XG sound source. I like the XG format and use it for my compositions.

The XG patches in the MU90R are excellent. I don't care much for the TG300 bank. It is just a GM bank, from what I can see.

I could not get the C/M bank to play. Maybe it is for storing sounds. The PFM bank has some cool sounds also.

I do not like the operating system on this unit. It is difficult for me to understand. So mainly, I just set it to XG bank and control it from my computer sequencer software.

The two channel mixer is kind of nice. But it is not discreet. So anything I patch into it will be blended on the MU90R sounds I'm using.

I got this for a very good price. I'm happy I bought it. But I need to buy another MU module to accomplish what I want to accomplish. I will use one of the modules as a sound generator and the other as an effects box, sub-mixer.

m.e. http://www.mp3.com/marcellis1

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-14-2001 at 00:02
Marc Ellis a professional user from New Orleans USA writes:
I bought a used MU90R as a second XG sound source. I like the XG format and use it for my compositions.

The XG patches in the MU90R are excellent. I don't care much for the TG300 bank. It is just a GM bank, from what I can see.

I could not get the C/M bank to play. Maybe it is for storing sounds. The PFM bank has some cool sounds also.

I do not like the operating system on this unit. It is difficult for me to understand. So mainly, I just set it to XG bank and control it from my computer sequencer software.

The two channel mixer is kind of nice. But it is not discreet. So anything I patch into it will be blended on the MU90R sounds I'm using.

I got this for a very good price. I'm happy I bought it. But I need to buy another MU module to accomplish what I want to accomplish. I will use one of the modules as a sound generator and the other as an effects box, sub-mixer.

m.e.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-14-2001 at 00:01
Ghy a professional user from France writes:
I found a mu90 in japan (it was sale 100$) and i bought it just to have fun. But when i went back home i realized that i had bought a fantastic tone generator to help me to finalize my products.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-01-2001 at 13:30
Armin van Buuren a professional user from Lethernands writes:
Did alot of songs in my life like "the sound of goodbye" and i allways used the MU-90r in my productions. cristal clear professional sounds, high dynamics. no synth or plugin can beat this little monster. best synth i ever used.

Armin

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-03-2001 at 16:44
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