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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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pactole pactole
Published on 05/22/09 at 09:02
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UTILIZATION

As indicated by its looks, it's the cables that prevails on this synth and therefore sound research, while both in the context of analog sound, vintage and quite powerful.
Obviously one can not quite re-create with this synth, but this constraint can also be more subtle in the search. The mono will not fit many pianists, I'm not.

SOUNDS

- The sounds they agree your style of music?
Do buy an MS20 that if you love the sound and of a suitable style of music, do not buy it for its looks or buttons. If you love it, you will love it right away for a long time. with MS20, MS20 are made of.

- Are they realistic?
The best for the realism of the instrument. In this case with the MS20, may be funny.

- What are the sounds that you prefer, that you hate? ...
I like the sound of the saxophone of the synth because it is not the sound of saxophone.

OVERALL OPINION

6 months now.
I like the constraints and the potential of this synth that encourages creativity.
It's not a synth that you buy on the fly, you have to listen to the sound, play with it a little, unless you find it for less than 300 euros, because you will resell without problem.
Finally, it's like an R4, it is indestructible.
I bought it knowingly and I'm obviously very pleased.&nbsp;
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