Korg announced for the NAMM-Show the successor MS 2000 of the cult-synthesizer MS10 and MS20. The four-voice analogue-modeling synthesizer is easy to handle, all parameters have direct access. Sounds can be stored in 128 programs.
The MS2000 has everything that you expect from an analogue synthesizer: a 16-band-vocoder with formant-shift-function, a classical analogue-step-sequencer, a "virtual patch"-modulation matrix and a polyphonic arpeggiator. An expander-version of the MS2000 will also be available.
Submitted by Tom Finegan
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