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« Finally, a renewal »

Published on 12/04/16 at 14:07
Value For Money : Correct
Audience: Anyone
For which kind of music and specific applications or uses (studio, shows...) have you chosen this synth?

No introduction needed for Roland's TB synths, I use it for experimental, techno and other electronic stuff.

Does it seem sturdy and well-finished? Is it easy to use from the start? What about the quality of its keyboard and touch?

So far I have no reproach to make, it seems sturdy, to be confirmed as time goes by. The knobs don't feel loose at least.

What do you think of its overall sound? What about factory presets?

It gets close to the 303 but the sound lacks weight.

What do you think of its edit/effect capacities?

Great! You can choose your favorite edit mode from original (ala 303) or new.

According to you, what are the pros and cons of this product?

First the cons :

- USB power supply (that really disturbs me)

- the volume knob is at the back.

- The manual forgot to mention half of the machine's processes.
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