Altitude wrote:rarara wrote:hmmm, thats the problem with reading these things - nothing is conclusive. there will be plenty folk who will tell you with certainty it is a factor, and just as many who say the opposite.....
what about another 'myth' which i'm sure i read here some time within the past few months (can't find the thread tho) - someone posted that their x0x sounded different (the implication being better) when fed from the CV output of another machine rather than the internal sequncer??
no myth. i ran that test. driving the cv and gate from a 303 vs playing the same pattern had different results. using the 303 to sequence the x0x made them sound identical
Altitude wrote:i dont think it was impact on the sound itself, what i do think it does influence is the how the notes move from one to the other in the sequencer. play a 303 next to the x0x and that will be obvious in one bar
antto wrote:the fact is, if you program the pattern right, the x0xb0x will reproduce the same control signal behaviour as the 303
c0nb0x has a pattern editor which follows the TB-303 notation and converts to x0x format, you can try programming a pattern on the 303 and then program the same pattern thru c0nb0x and compare
katarakt wrote:I haven't heard about c0nb0x, what is it exactly? I'm not often in the forum so i'm a bit outdated :)