Also available in the MC-505 version, which contains even more patterns, rhythms, and patches, and the ultra cool D Beam Controller.

Originally the name given to the Roland MC-303, but now generically applied to tabletop units which combine drum machine, sequencer, synthesizer and/or sampler ability. Examples include: Quasimidi Rave-o-lution 309, Korg EM-1, Roland MC-303, MC-505 and MC-307, Yamaha RS-7000.

For kslawson: the TB-303 and TR-808 are not MIDI devices, they use CV sync.

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