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PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 2:11 pm    Post subject: Roland Mc-202
Subject description: Semi Modular 202 with the Analogue Solutions breakout box.
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My Roland Mc-202 with the custom Semi/Modular mod offered by Analogue Solutions. This greatly enhances the patching and sonic capabilites of this unit into a much more versatile and creative device. It still retains the fat warm bass that 202's are re-known for but just add more sound creation and patch capabilities. Everything works on it as mentioned as well as the sequencer. I'm not sure about the digital dump to cassette though so just keep that in mind in case you want to go that direction. I'm sure it works though, pretty reliable if you have the right tape machine. Most if not all scratches or blemish's can be seen in the photos. The face/top are very clean. All Key pads work as they should as well. Comes with Roland Power Supply and Original Manual. Buy as is, knowing that this is not a factory job but a altered/enhanced 202 . This unit basically works just as a Original 202 would, sound/sequence wise until you start patching stuff in and out. Any questions , please ask.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/321103033910?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

"The MC-202 was sort of a next-generation TB-303. So the idea was to program sequence/patterns into it internally which would give you those 303 bass lines that we've come to love. But programming the MC-202 is a bit too intense and over done for the simple monophonic bass line. However you can control it externally by hooking up a MID-CV/Gate converter. Then you basically have yourself an SH-101!
This is an analog synthesizer/sequencer. It sounds very much like the TB-303 and SH-101 bass synths. Sometimes considered the "poor man's 303". It has a very evolved form of TB-303 like programming (more like the MC-4) and SH-101 like controls of the VCO, VCF, VCA, LFO, Envelope and Mixer sections. The LCD display is a great feature too.
The sequencer is actually a 2-channel CV/gate sequencer, with both channels being capable of driving a separate external synth. It's a very useful unit, also, for its DINsync capabilities; it can receive on one port, and send over two, and also can 'split' DINsync to branch a sync signal out to multiple devices.
This machine is best for those who want to get 303-like patterns (it has accent just like the 303) and bass lines with an SH-101 sound. If you can handle programming the notes into its sequencer you can have a lot of fun. It is used by Autechre, Future Sound Of London, Coldcut, The Human League, Underworld, Aphex Twin, LFO, Jedi Knights, Plastikman, Astral Projection, Sabres Of Paradise, Freddy Fresh, Jimmy Edgar, ProtoType 909 and Taylor 808."


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 5:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

glws! If it's the satamile from nyc I remember(i'm pretty sure it is Smile), then it's a great guy, and it will be a great unit!Smile

Wish I had the cash!
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