Here is a very basic Voice comparison of the TR-8 and the TR-909 - PLEASE before you go ranting on about how I should have matched the levels closer or tuned them exactly alike realize that NO TWO 909's or 808's sound the same and tuning a TR-8 to match any other TR-808 or TR-909 other than the ones that Roland used to create the ACB modeling is an exercise in plain futility. Hell as you will hear my TR-909 Kick Drum has a modified Tune and Decay that I'm sure very few others can match - again no two sound exactly alike. As I've already said on other videos: the entire Roland Aira series will become classic machines in their own right - they are great pieces of gear that will be used by future generations of producers. For those of you who still don't think they sound like they "should" you are fools; Roland didn't create analog clones - the expanded the capabilities of their classic machines. Will I ever part with my TR-909, TR-808 or TB-303 because of these machines - absolutely not! However, to say that these machines don't sound good just because they aren't analog clones of the originals is just plain pathetic - keep telling yourself that BS all you like - I can assure you these machines are VERY track worthy and provide you the ability to sculpt the classic TR voices in a whole new light, the Reverb, Delay and Scatter are built in high quality effects. BRAVO Roland, I can't wait to get my hands on the System-1. I look forward to future updates that bring us the TR-606, TR-707/727 and improvements to the levels of the voices as they do need to be louder than they currently are.