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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Anthony a hobbyist user from his bedroom studio writes:
Yesterday I made a special 303 fund. It actually is an old peanut butter-pot with the text "303 FUND" written down on it with a black marker. All the extra money I make besides work and pocket money goes into it. I already put 15 cents in it! Maybe I can put some money in it on my birthday when I'm turning 16, then wait untill the end of the summer and get an un-modified one! Anyway, great thing, I don't like it to use it for only acid tho, but more like The Prodigy did on Weather Experience and Claustrophobic Sting. With some other sounds and breakbeats you can make it even more exciting than it is already! Cheers!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-26-2010 at 09:34
Anthony a hobbyist user from his studio writes:
Since yesterday I made myself a special 303 fund. This means that all the extra money I make (in holidays for example) goes into a real peanutbutter-pot! I hope to have enough in it next year. But yeah, It's kind of big money, since I'm not yet 16 years old... I don't like to use it for only acid tho, but more like The Prodigy did in Weather Experience or Claustrophobic Sting. Conclusion: definitetly worth getting an un-modified one as this is the ultimate magic for me. Cheers!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-26-2010 at 09:12
Phil a part-time user from UK writes:
If you can afford one, get one. After using various emulators over the years, I've finally got my own 303 and it's far better than any software VSTi. They can get you close to the sound and if you can't stretch to a genuine 303 then that's cool, but don't believe people when they say there is no difference.

This little box has got a soul. There's something about it that lines of software code can't match. It's a pain to program, it only does one thing and they cost a fortune but I wouldn't have it any other way. You either love it or you don't and to those that don't, nothing I say is going to convince you otherwise.

To those that do, get one, grab a DrumStation for cheap MIDI to DIN Sync and have the time of your life. You won't regret it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-14-2008 at 10:43
TJ a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Yes ! I totally agree with the last comment. Mr Lomax of Bolton is talking out of his back-side !!!!

Its very simple... The Tb-303 is an absolute classic that I hope will be used for many more years to come ! If your still not convinced, listen to the latest CD release by AFX (Chosen Lords), a collection of some of his old analogue infused creations, which offers a perfect demonstration how this little beast can be used to create some fantastic tunes. (Track 5: 'Klopjob' Tb-303 heaven).

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-16-2007 at 11:11
Mr303 a professional user from UK writes:
B Lomax wrote: overpriced,overused pile of junk.the freebase sounds better. everyone thinks the 303 is analogue it is not it is digital. Also if you know how you can turn the tr606 into a 303 if you have the electronic expertise like me.

Well that statement above isn't worth reading alone... apparently a hobbyist and an idiot. The 303 is all analogue. I own 3 TB's and each one sounds different in character, which makes them highly prized.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-06-2007 at 08:35
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