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    im in byron bay and no, as yet i have no equip, im gonna do a DJ course down in sydney in june and then i will decide what equip toget after that
    im thinking of getting CDJ 100s though, cause i have a cd burner which would make it easy
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    Unhappy MC-303

    Ahoj

    I had a MC-303 for about a year, in the beginning I thoght it was cool (yea.. a 303!! ) but then I noticed that the sound was not very great and that it is difficult to program patterns. And there is not so many possibilities with filters etc.

    I now have a Clavia Nord Rack 2 and Logic Audio.. more expensive but there are almost unlimited possibilities.

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    i knew some dude who had a 303 and it had about 2 good sounds.
    the rest were pretty weak.
    go the Korg "S" series they sound hot!
    plus u can sample in drum hits offa your decks

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    coming to conclusions finally

    i think i might go for the korg es1 or the mc303, these sound like they could be a good starting point .

    i can get a mc303 for about 500 australia off a mate
    or the korg for 895 new even cheaper second hand.

    any last recommendations between these two models. will the korg deliever my house needs? has it got better features compared with the 303? is it missing out on anything compared to the 303? and is it a better starting point compared with the 303? the su200 doesn't look as indepth as the korg is this true?

    :confused:

    i like the look of the yamaha rm1x and su700 and they might end up being the upgrade when i can gather cash and have had mastered the korg.




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    hey huey...
    forget the mc303 man seriously

    and take it from me who LOVED it for years.. but now I KNOW what is out there available... nad i must admit the mc is NOT what you want..

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    the SU200 is quite limited compared to a korg ES-1.

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    the RM1X is good but its limited (no sampling etc..).
    If you can get the SU700 go for it it's a nice machine.

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    If you have more than 1000 dollars go pre-order the RS7000 (yamaha). the rs7000 is above any other model mentionned in this thread. it has a TON of built in sounds AND you can sample too.

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