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Korg Ms-20
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Korg Ms-20

Analog Synth from Korg belonging to the MS series.

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Published on 11/01/06 at 05:54
Semi-modular monophonic analog synthesizer.

USE

No need to book: you hack, attempts improbable patches until an adjustment that is quick sampler soon, because we know we will never fall exactly on it.

SOUNDS

Typed sonorities and aggressive, beautiful derriere with distortion. It is not realistic that we want, but a good big sound punchy. All waveforms are excellent, no complaints. Filters (Hi and Low) are very good, the resonance is a killer.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 1 year. It is an ideal synth for work around the subtractive synthesis, whether you beginner or expert. His aggressive sonorities altogether would probably agree not to everyone: it is a very noisy gear used in the world of industrial music, and quickly understand why. It sounds very typical, gross, for my part I enrich with good derriere effects (phaser, flanger, reverb, delay, etc) ... and there is happiness!
If you have the opportunity to get this beast at a reasonable price, do not hesitate.
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