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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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olafmol writes:
thanx for all your help ;-) i agree that the virus sounds better than the MS2000...the MS2000 filters aren't very good imho....i was just asking about the combination of an MS2000 and a micromodular....not if the MS2000 is better/worse than the Virus B/indigo...

Olaf

posted Thursday-Oct-05-2000 at 05:04
Disease Factory a professional user from colorado, usa writes:
Virus is cool, lots of poly next to the ms2000, but after editing both extensivly, the ms2000 is warmer, i like the resonance and the filters more, and man it pumps out more bass, and low and.

The mod seq is killer. It is so nice, i can make the prettiest sounds, the phat sounds, and the weird weird sounds. It covers more ground than any other. If you want poly, get 2 racks. and boom. its nice nice nice. What i hate about the virus, and why i sold my a, is because they update it all the time, making yours worthless, and then you have to buy a new one, that is so bogus, nord does the same thing. I think its best to go with a jp8080 or a ms2000, they keep their value and are not undermined everytime their programming happy makers decide to make a new model or update the os that requirs to buy a new version. Its bulls***. and i dont think the virus sounds any better, its more oberish, and the ms and jp are well, more versitle, sounding liek old roland, moog, arp, ms, and all kinds. i program these things, and if you dont, you should learn because never buy a synth off of presets. Push the limits with them, the highs and lows, see if it makes the sound you want with the raw osc and filter. and then take into account the mod matrix, i think the ms2k and the jp are the best, well, there is the nord modular, and that thing is really cool too.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-04-2000 at 19:52
John Potter a hobbyist user from US writes:
Sorry, I meant "I kind of wish the KB offered more buttons and knobs than the B too."

posted Monday-Aug-28-2000 at 12:50
John Potter a hobbyist user from US writes:
I kind of wish the KB offered more buttons and knobs than the KB too... But to be fair, the OS is pretty straightforward once you've used it for a week or so. You could always set a Peavey PC1600 to the right of the knob board and use that (or another MIDI controller) to access the items not directly accessible from from knobs, buttons.

The keyboard itself is excellent quality which is reason enough to recommend the KB over the B (if you're in the market for a good controller).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-28-2000 at 12:49
JP a hobbyist user from US writes:
the Upcoming OS4 will have addt'l arp patterns (still not programmable)...

Another cool thing is something called Groove Delay - sounds like a multi-tap delay type thing.

posted Tuesday-May-16-2000 at 13:19
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