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Nu-Trix The Synth Guy: Roland MC-101 Vs. Novation Circuit

If you're in the market for a mobile groovebox, Nu-Trix The Synth Guy compares the popular Novation Circuit with Roland's MC-101. This review might seem skewed at first, but stick with it! Nu-Trix's observations end up being very well balanced by the end.

Video Description:

Roland MC-101 VS Novation Circuit
Both Roland MC-101 and Novation Circuit are great portable grooveboxes. But the question comes quickly which one is the best groovebox? They don't offer the same features and are not exactly aimed at the same target clientele. If I could only bring one of them on a desert island i would pick.....? Check out the video for more info.

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