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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Georg a part-time user from Czsch republik writes:
Pleace sombody sand me info where to get latest and safe source, to upgrade software os 1.9 or upper? for Roland MC-80. Welcome instalation to.Is there any dangerous to lost original soft?Thank You very much and sorry about my english.Georg

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-20-2011 at 16:03
David a part-time user from Raleigh, NC USA writes:
Hardware sequencer with software style editing. I have the EX version which includes a Sound Canvas Pro internal expansion board. I also have a 2GB hard drive installed. I use it for backing band tracks and also fully orchestrated for solo / one man band stuff. Great features, usable sounds and excellent timing. Basically a computer sequencer in a little box you can snug into a laptop backpack. Features I wish were included are Dynamic track mixing, direct outs and easier manipulations of effects & parameters as found on the older Roland MV-30 which I also own. A substantial amount of tweaking needs to be done in SysEx for some detailed work. I use all the factory presets as they give me most of what I need. The only other gripe I have is that the HD will have difficulty booting in colder temperatures. I try to leave the unit at home now and always on. Once I make my sequences I transfer to MD and take the minidisk machine to gigs. Overall a great unit... It's made me lots of cash over the last 10 years.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-10-2008 at 14:59
Jim a professional user from Michigan usa writes:
Mc-80 still the best sequencer. Hard drive caddies are not available from roland anymore. NO PROBLEM [synchrotech .inc]213-368-3760 has a IDE 6 in 1 card reader. item # PCM-CR-IDIMUL $51.00 I have 3 of them. They will work in any unit that uses IDE drive as it is a plug and play. Backups are a breeze with computer with card reader. They work much better than Zips which are being phased out.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-31-2007 at 11:42
Jeff D. a professional user from USA writes:
We use a MC-80 onstage to enhance our live performances. It provides horn tracks, percussion,even extra bass and drum tracks. But I have noticed on occasion it will speed up tempos in certain parts of songs. Is this due to line voltage fluctuations? Does anybody know? Has anyone else experienced this problem?

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-20-2005 at 02:45
a professional user writes:
I bought mine in 2000. Was very difficult fine out how it's work. It's was not like MC-50. I have problem from the begining. MC-80 midt in one song stopt. After 3-4 secounds play again, just like nothing happend. Never stop on the same place or same song. Just how he vant. Have somebody the same problem?

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-10-2004 at 11:16
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