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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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David Spero Peligro from Moved to LONDON where I'm appreciated writes:
I traded another synth for the Korg ms2000R. Some o' de sounds are boring right out of the box, but with some manipulation you can really get this synth to perform. I really can't stand those instant dance/techno patches...They're fucking bloody horrible! IT'S AUDIO DIAHREA Mr. Korg if yer listenin'! But, those patches too can be manipulated into something interested with a little knob twistin' & tweekin' you can drench sounds in a deep onboard delay or distortion... Don't get me wrong, this unit's got some great bass and swirling psychedelic string sounds.. Get one used... Let someone else pay full price.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-08-2003 at 22:03
skape a professional user from USA writes:
I just got this thing and I thought it would work just as a filler synth for know, not the only synth you should work with...but this thing actually has enough power to stand on it's own if used properly. The basses are deep and fat. Run it through an analog amp or whatever and it will be fatter. The leads and pads are also great. I thought the presets were pretty good and inspiring...but I wouldn't use them straight off the box. Editing a little bit and processing it through an amp or stomp box will give great results. The vocoder is pretty kewl, but the delay effects on the unit is execelent. The unit sounds very analog....and the delay effects may actually be real analog...i don't know but it sounds like it. With some talent, using this along with another good synth and sampler will make your music sound pretty damn good.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-23-2003 at 01:25
a professional user writes:
this thing has balls and is pure pleasure to work with. sure it doesnt have every feature under the sun, but what it does have is ease of use and major tweakability.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-27-2003 at 20:43
Eric writes:
This thing is much more than a vocoder, my friend. And by the way, the vocoder is very good. The best on any VA IMO. Very programmable and it can be used with the arpeggiator, a very cool feature. It also does sound like an analogue, I have a couple of those too, so I should know. What matters is not what is inside, how expensive it is etc. but how it sounds. It is the best VA when it comes to actually sounding analogue... Having just bought it and giving it a 3 out of 5, is just stupid.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-27-2003 at 15:58
Yes, this is one exceptional synthesizer. If you run it through a Fatman 1 or similar it sounds like, well, prettymuch the ultimate analogue. Those who ditch it claiming it is a hype haven't really tried this synth thouroughly. I have the rack version and I think of it as a modular, it can do the wildest things imaginable. Just turning a knob or two might just not be enough though, it takes som knowledge of analogue programming to get the very best out of it... In the top ten of all time synths.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-31-2003 at 13:11
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