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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Sagz a hobbyist user from Omaha Nebraska USA writes:
I have had this mc307 for about 6 months now, and i will say right now it is one of the best beat machines out there. everything is in front of you, and it is the easiest beat machine i have ever touched. i learned it the first 2 days i had it. i love all the samples on it. the sickest machine! i use it to make hiphop beats. and i must say it by far passes most machines in a sense that alot of these samples are excellent for any type of style. but i need help if someone doesn't mind contacting me, i am wondering why the hell my rhythms are so damn quiet, all the "preset" rhythms are nice and loud, but once i sequence a custom rhythm its gets quiet. and everyone i ask either don't know, or give me some bullshit answer. someone told me that the presets are EQ'd and all polished up, but i don't understand why when you play the sample just straight from the keyboard in realtime it is nice and loud. but once you go into TR-Rec it gets all quiet... someone plz help!! thx! oh lol don't let my questions scare yall - this is one of the most user friendly pieces of equipment out there.


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-12-2002 at 18:43
hub a hobbyist user from France writes:
Have you ever used a Tr505 or Tr808 ? I find mc307 as easy to program and as usefull as those drum machines.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-24-2002 at 08:42
a professional user from usa writes:
The mc 307 is simply the shit. That is if you know how to use it right. In my opinion it has a great sequencer, that I even use to sequence other synths. some of the sounds do suck but if you really get into the machine you can program the shitty sounds to sound dope. I use it mostly to produce electro. The 307 has some really good electro drums. I highly recomend this machine for any beginer. get on on ebay for $350 it will be the best $350 you ever spent.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-16-2002 at 14:19
Which is a better buy for creating sounds, and sequencing drums, as well as playing some synth sounds over the drums using a keyboard. an200 vs roland mc307

posted Monday-Jan-14-2002 at 12:17
BASS BAKER a hobbyist user from SOUTH AUSTRALIA writes:
I dont dj at any clubs but use the mc307 to crank at partys and at home,i believe the machine kicks arse,i had not much music knowledge when i first bought it,basicly teaching myself,reading the manual,i love it as i can make music to the way i want it,i mostly use it to make fat hip hop beats as im in a Australian freestyle group called suburban madness.To any one wanting to buy a mc307 its money well spent and time not wasted

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-13-2002 at 19:14
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