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[NAMM] Korg revives the MS-20 in a Mini version

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Korg MS-20 Mini

Analog Synth from Korg belonging to the MS series.

Along with the KingKORG VA Synth, the korg team will showcase at NAMM 2013 the MS-20 Mini monophonic analog synthesizer.

There had to be a revival for the Korg 50th anniversay, and the japanese brand chose the 1978 MS-20 synthesizer to continue the legacy. Korg explain that the same engineers who developped the first MS-20 faithfully reproduced the circuits in the MS-20 Mini, with a physical size reduced to 86% of the original size, but without changing the traditional and timeless look of the model.

Features:

  • 2 VCO
  • 2 VCA
  • 2 VCF
  • 2 Envelope generators
  • 1 LFO
  • Self-oscillating high pass / low pass filter with distortion
  • External signal processor (ESP)
  • Flexible patching system
  • MIDI IN and USB port

Visit www.korg.de (in german) to know all about this new Korg MS-20 Mini.

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