Synth Site: Korg: MS2000R: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Steve Cowan a professional user from Canada writes:
The MS2000 remains an incredible value for those looking to expand their synth rig with a nice little virtual analog.

For me it replaces my giant Yamaha CS40M for live use, and the MS2K sounds more hip too.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-04-2002 at 20:03
marki a professional user from israel writes:
This ms2000 is one of the best V analog ever because of the sounds of this great synth because of the vocoder, the low price ,the mod sequence,the knobs .......

this best buy for trancse tecnho.

dear mr.Michael Frost this synth is not for passadoble-;-) >>>>>>.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-17-2001 at 09:23
Flavio Mireles a hobbyist user from USA(Monterey Park) writes:
This is easily a classic synthesizer for the beginning of the 21st century. This thing can pump out these: FAT, subharmonic, shimmery, ultra-hifi--sounds. It hits the full spectrum of sound. The virtual sequencer makes this thing really stand out from alot of the $1200+ synths. The 4-voice polyphony is not even an issue(at least not with me). BUT BE WARNED!!! The MS2000R & MS2000 have arpeggio clock--midi-to-sync problems. If you plan on using this thing for 100% sequenced music and expect the arpeggio tempo to behave through out your song you might get pissed off with your purchase(the timing will eventually be off)! I bear witness!! I tested this out once, this is true. I play 'freestyle' with my key board so this factory problem didn't phase me really. Research more from others if this concerns you. Other wise, the MS2000R sounds terrific,you don't have to spend $1000. Bought it the same week of release! I gave it a 4 because of the factory problem, but sonically it is easy a 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-26-2001 at 06:37
Uncle Lester a part-time user writes:
I just got my MS2000r today and it sounds amazing!I'm controlling it with my Triton pro and they compliment each other perfectly......

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-18-2001 at 22:50
Joe Maffei a professional user from USA writes:
Best bang for the buck ever. A great little synth with its quirks, of course. You just have to learn to get around them. Korg admits: they had to cut down on features to keep the price low. And the results you get from the MS2000 are comparable to what you get from more expensive synths.

I expected more from the vocoder, but I guess I haven't played with it enough. This synth is a breeze to program. I programed the 16th note thing from "You Spin Me Right Round" while riding to a gig, in about 10 or 15 minutes! (and had the MS being powered by a supply connected to the cigarette lighter jack!)

Great price, great sound, knobs for just about every function, vocoder, mod sequencer... you just can't beat it. Ok, maybe you can, for 3 to 6 times the price.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-13-2001 at 05:26
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