So, how excited was I to get the call - would you like to review the Korg MS20 Kit? Only 1000 are made - hell yes! I built it yesterday, took around 1hr 45 mins - most of which was spent trying to put the nuts on the pot and jack field collars.
This is the full timelapse of the build, there is a more fullsome review with commentary coming up, We also put a filter switching mod to swap between the rev 1 and rev 2 filters. That will be along soon, in the mean time, enjoy my build.
I must also explain the sound track - I realize an MS20 would have made sense, but both my original and the new MS20 twere in position for the review and couldnt be moved, so I opted for the Intellijel Atlantis Eurorack module (which is currently in for review) into the Behringer X32 Vintage Room reverb - which appears to be a reworking of the legendary Quantec Room Simulator - a complex hardware studio effect which has a reverb freeze feature - used to great effect by Peter Gabriel for drones on his soundtrack for the film The Last Temptation of Christ by Martin Scorsese.
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