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Boss SP-303 Dr. Sample
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Boss SP-303 Dr. Sample

Sampler from Boss belonging to the SP series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
The features are really ill. the effects are super dope and theirs so many of them. i think it is missing a stronger sequencer . if it had a stronger sequencer it would be my main choice of equipment. The fact that it is portable, it has a grip of effects, the lo fi , stereo mono option, and that it has a sampler,sequencer,and editing options that it makes it ideal for someone on a minimal budget.

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255.00

Ah the sound quality is excellent! its clean but at the same time you are able to choose lo fi and really lo fi. haha

everything is easy to use. you just have to spend time with the manual. but as far as me learning how to use it. i was making beats the first day i happened to pick it up.

I havent really dropped it or anything. but as far as i can see everything was built well. i bang on the pads really hard and they dont break.

I think the number of features and the portablity is something that will make me never part with it.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: djobserv ( 6-, 2005)
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