Topic: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

Also with mute and solo possibilities, and just the right amount of minimum extra features added smile

Too good to be true?

If not and you have an original one I'd say sell it for 3000 bucks, get this one and buy a car from the remains.

Re: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

I actually own an original one and I am considering selling it because of this. Although I do feel that, from what I hear in demos, RD-808 does lack faithfulness in regards to sound in some instruments, mostly SN and BD.

Re: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

Don't do it! At the very least, get the clone and live with it for a while, maybe put the OG away and see if you miss it or if the clone fills the gap. I'd rather have an 808 than a car.

Re: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

Well  good clone or not.
In the end you could look at it also as a great drum-machine that still beats the majority of drumcomputers available in the same price-range.

Re: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

I own an original 808 with midi and have Nava for my 909 sounds. I might consider buying the 909 behringer if it sounds good. For the 808 i see no use really.

Re: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

Other option could be the Roland Cloud subscription with the Tr-8s as a controller

Re: Our prayers have been heard...new 808 clone for 300 euros !?!?!!!

fantomas wrote:

Other option could be the Roland Cloud subscription with the Tr-8s as a controller

I'm not so keen on using a subscription for sample/vst use.