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I've got an MC-505 and it certainly works a bit better than the Handsonic
for editing patterns and doing some stuff on the fly, but it still feels
sort of convoluted for doing much live work -- particularly if I wanted to
use my Handsonic as a controller. If you have much luck with your MC-307
me know. It might push me to try harder to make my MC-505 work.
on 5/6/02 6:03 PM, Mark Sottilaro at email@example.com wrote:
> Mark Hamburg wrote: I'd settle, however, for
>> something that just made it easy to drop parts in and out, replace
>> write new loops, etc. all live. Put that together with effects oriented
>> toward live tweaking and it would make for a really cool instrument.
> I bet you could accomplish a lot of that with something from the Roland
> series, though I've never tried to loop stuff on the fly with my MC-307.
> experiment and let you know.
> Mark Sottilaro