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Which groovebox / sampler would be described as ...
Great for the on-the-couch experience, extremely deep synth engine, lots of on-board ROM sounds, very solid sampling abilities (though not multisampling), slicing for percussion samples, velocity sensitive pads, multiple effects sections, easy resampling, constant updates, weird (but useful) scatter function, good sequencer, a so-called looper with timestretch, handy faders, assignable knobs... overall, despite a few limitations, it's still pretty good. If I had to get rid of all but one piece of gear, I honestly think the 707 would be the keeper.
TR-6s and MC-101 vs MC-707 by itself
He's tried just about every piece of sampling gear over the years and arrived at the 707. For the price point there's definitely more bang for your buck than the 101 and the 6s. However, his advice to me is always "do everything you can with what you have and only upgrade gear if it's holding you back."
TR-8s and MC-707 combo?
I 100% agree with the control aspect. I’ve played with both connected and I like being able to pull the kick out of the mix, or change the pattern of the drums on the fly. You can do that on the 707 but then you’ve got to switch for manipulating the synth tracks and or mute rather than use the faders.