Roland MC-303
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Roland MC-303

MC-303, Groove Machine from Roland in the MC series.

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Cid2Nice 04/26/2005

Roland MC-303 : Cid2Nice's user review

5

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- Pair Stereo, headphone output, MIDI IN and OUT.
- Sounds are tweakable by the time functions diffrent Funds (low pass filter, LFO).
- Level chorus flange or delay / reverb.
- Squenceur the TR.

Rhythm track with a subgroup mutable + 7 from synth or midi.
In short, the minimum for a good time. We could ask for more rhythmic kits, spares or outputs, but that's the big sister, the 505.
No MIDI Through, too bad.

UTILIZATION

- This was my Premire machine, not too galre cope with the manual not far departure.
- The functions are accessible through menu and sub menu (key combination, is sufficient to capture the philosophy, no problemo APRS).
- Manuel clear enough, it's OK.

Once the pattern prt, there's more that tweaker with the knobs. This machine has a pretty good grip (ok, it's not a electribe but ...)

SOUNDS

- For the sounds, rhythms are nice kits, used in the electro broad, hip / hop rnb also my opinion (although this is not my thing).
- It's Roland, so often heard, but good quality.
- The effects are bad I think.

I like the rhythm kits, used in just any style of electro, the other sounds, it's not that they are wrong is a matter of taste, as some had me going, as , y 'I have not see the use.

OVERALL OPINION

- I used a year before selling it to the MC 505.
- I have AIM its handling relatively comfortable if we dive a bit in the manual (c'tait Premire my machine, and I quickly played around with trs). The arpgiateur very nice too.
- I never touch a machine in my life, c'tait the only one I could afford so ...
- The opportunity to 150-200 euro does it well.
- If I had the place and money to spare, I repeat to a certain percussion sounds and some that j'apprciais gnralistes.

I get carried away a bit on the scoring, but nostalgia requires one hand, and secondly, I find that he shit on it too, is the ancestor of groovebox, then respect; )