Synth Site: Korg: MS2000R: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Evan from Florida writes:
Picked this up yesterday and so far am very impressed by it. It sounds great and I was able to do quite a bit before cracking open the manual. While I have a Nord Micro Modular and a Korg Prophecy, I think that the MS2000 does enough that is unique to earn its place in my studio. At least the next time I need to find a nice phat bass I'll have even more to choose from.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-20-2000 at 11:38
Echoren a professional user from Singapore writes:
Better than the Nord,Roland,and Ordessey??(Maybe)But seriously,this is something one shouldn't short of in their equipment list! The mode sequencer is a genius and the sound is so awesome,just like the price...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-06-2000 at 02:50
UnPagan a part-time user from Utah, USA writes:
I've heard all the VA's a dude can, and I'm convinced that the MS is the truest to the original intent of the genre. Wacked out sounds and a comfortable interface. Electric's got it right. The MS oozes character and definitely cuts thru a mix. Price point is righteous (understand, Virus/Nova/Nord?). I'm glad I waited for the green monster.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-06-2000 at 01:08
Electric Socks from North of the Equator writes:
Well put, Mr. Grimley ("The Talented....")

There is something to be said for instant access to a synth's weirdness, without having to page+inc till your retinas ooze unnamed liquids. As the Brit magazine SOUND ON SOUND stated, the MS-2000 has "bags of character." Simply stated, nothing makes sillier noises aside from an ARP 2600 or Synthi. Just try to find one of THEM! When I bought the MS, it was purely based on its sound, not its huge polyphony. After all, it's not my only synth.

In my opinion, most of the whiners out there act like every synth is supposed to be a Swiss-Army knife. If that were the case, there would only be one synth, and everyone would own it. There would be no need for this website. The Triton is as close as anyone has ever come to being "the perfect synth," and guess what? The whiners still whine!

Well done, Korg. The MS-2000 is the musical equivalent of grand slam in game 7 of the World Series. Huzzah. Too sexy for your shirt.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-02-2000 at 19:32
grimley a part-time user from USA writes:
Just got one last week, and I love it. Ignore all the garbage people are saying here about not being up to scratch alongside a Nova, Nord etc. I have an Access Virus b, and although you couldn't pry it from my dying hands, I have found it easier to create really wonderful sounds on the MS2000. This is all down to the mod sequencer in my opinion, which is really powerful. To bring patches alive on the Virus you use the LFOs and the mod matrix, but the MS2000 mod sequencer gives you much more control and real-time tweak ability, for some truly great evolving lead and pads, and sequencer riffs too. Anyway, does anyone know of any net resources for this thing? There are some great forums and mailing lists for all my other gear but not the MS2000. Maybe a collaboration anyone? grimley. www.mp3.com/grimley

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-02-2000 at 14:14
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