Roland FC-300

Roland FC-300

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FC-300, MIDI Pedal from Roland in the FC series.

3 user reviews
Prices starting at $500 Average price: $500

Roland FC-300 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: FC-300
  • Series: FC
  • Category: MIDI Pedals
  • Added in our database on: 01/23/2007

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Roland FC-300 user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 2 reviews67 %
Georges Mach1n04/10/2013

Georges Mach1n's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" nothing to say"

Roland FC-300
I use it for two years.

This is a very sturdy box, also rather heavy. I walked on without finesse and all is well.

I recommend buying used. people who sell did not generally used, and nine is too expensive.

level regulate according I found mine: I use the patch mode (for controlling ableton live). I have patches that send cc, other notes. it is on the need to read the manual but once its done config in general you touch more.

a priori knows a little while to do, but I suggest you download the manual first to understand if it does what you need.

Notes and cc, except that I need nothing more so I can not comment too much advanced features.

the edition is done with 4 buttons. when there looks okay but it's hardly intuitive. for a machine of this price would be the very least have a external editor like many other devices.

lots of batteries. that last little. therefore compulsory adapter.
his biggest fault is to be too heavy.

I do not have much to say. this is serious, strong and effective. and that's exactly what good right?

Wozzeck's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Sturdy, comfortable but incomplete"

Roland FC-300
This controller is a nice, heavy, so very stable ground, very robust.
-Both pedals are comfortable running right (not too long, allowing games "whawha" nervous and accurate.
Keyboardist-being (Rhodes), I use it sitting, and it poses no problem except the 2 switches in the two pedals right (when they are pushed to the bottom): they are almost impossible to trigger while sitting. up .. no problem.
You can also pluguer to external 6switchs which, by adding switches FC-300 gives you a nice control panel at the bottom.

Patch-mode is quite impressive, it can send a "click" a chain of controls (type Control change, prog exchange sys exclusive on any midi channel). The programming is a bit long (which is normal), but relatively simple, especially since there is a way to find the French manual on the web.
nb: patch mode, 7 different switches used to trigger a "patch", so there are only two switches and two pedals to send exchange controls.

-Controller mode: In this mode, you can assign a different exchange control on all switches and pedals FC-300 (ie 7 assignments for switches and 2 pedals, plus 2 switches under the pedals), but SINGLE CHANNEL MIDI. There are 5 memory to configure the FC 5maps different assignments.

-Attention, FC-300 can transmit only controls the exchange of 1 to 90.
It can therefore transmit to exchange controls 91-128. If like me you have a device (Receptor) with exchange controls pre-assigned and can not be changed from 100 to 125, FC-300 can not control it!

-Secondly, the FC-300 can not receive anything from another device, so it is impossible to trigger a patch of FC-300 from an external device
-> If you have another hand controller as Novation SLII example, you can not, click on the Novation trigger a configuration or a patch of FC-300.
I can tell you that it creates serious complications.

nb: the MIDI IN FC serves only the transmission of data stored FC.

The FC-300 is sturdy and nice, but the two gaps that I described above make it unfortunately, despite his production, an incomplete.
-I think this is the value insufficient.
I do not regret my purchase, however, because I bought it secondhand at a very low price.
To half price or possibly 2/3 of the price: yes
Buy new-no, it's too expensive

Exxi3's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland FC-300

I have this little gem in the last few days and I am satisfied with TRS.

In fact, I wanted to buy a FC-200 to drive my Roland GP-100, which is my sound-design tool for guitar prdilection even if I have stuff latest issue (Guitar Rig, Line 6 TonePort KB37). Until I used the one Nobels MF-2, trs good pdalier twelve o'clock too, but not quite in the same CATEGORY.

So seeking a FC-200 OCCAZ of my gear store assigned after an order is not honored, I was offered a CF-300 nine 300 .-- Swiss Francs, ie. D. 200 .--.

C'tait a little more than I wanted to, but the price ... O)

In fact, all dpend of what is going to fly with: It is well worth it if you use its advanced functions programming patches, CC, SysEx and expression. Master not necessarily very easy, given the number of possibilities it offers.

If not a goods cheaper Nobels, with 1 or 2 expression pedals, make ample case.

It really is the top of pdalier noon on FC-300. It PSE ton, exudes solidity and quality of hardware and finishes are irrprochables.

To get an ide of bte prcise more, check out the manual

Kind regards,


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