Synth Site: Korg: MS2000R: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Joe a professional user from Twin Cities, USA writes:
I don't want to waste space by repeating in detail how awesome this thing is. But I wanted to make sure to let people know that, if you're thinking about going with a MicroKORG because the MS2000 is pricier and gives you about the same sounds... stop right there! The MicroKORG is *nothing* compared to the MS2000. The vocoder sounds like total crap in comparison and... well, just look at the two. On the MS2000 you have knobs, knobs and more knobs. On the MicroKORG... ooh, tiny keys and limited programmability. Screw it, save some cash and buy the MS2000. You'll be glad you read this.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-23-2005 at 17:33
roxstar a hobbyist user from detroit. / cream.of.beats / dyrt.trax writes:
This is my first synth, and all I have to say is it's everything I could have imagined. I just got it today, and I haven't cracked open the manual, but it's such a nice user friendly machine. I bought a motiff a year ago, and now I feel like pitching it in the garbage. I know their two different machines, but the MS2000 is so original, so dirty, but yet clean. I have ideas in my mind that can now be a reality. I should kick myself for not owning one of these when they first came out. I own the MS2000B, but the regular one should be just as good though, and at a much cheaper price. The knobs are great.. I know some folks said they feel cheap, but I don't have a problem with them. The filters, arps, everything on this box is great. Easy to use, and sounds funking awesome. What more can I say? polyphony is low, but that's the only bad thing about it. Sample the sound, and layer it elsewhere if you have to. For the price, this is the best thing since sliced bread, and white rice. Flat-out!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-20-2005 at 20:58
P.R.P.Smith a professional user from U.K (Somerset) writes:
I have had this synth for 1 day now, and have only just stopped for a break. It has all the analog sounds i was expecting to hear, and as an ex jen sx1000 user it lives up to expectations. The arrpegiator is splendid but I havn't found out wether you can input your own patterns ie: 1 tone at a time or semitone, but even if it can't its still a very good machine which boasts some superb soud fx.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-21-2004 at 05:12
Jomega a professional user from Vegas, NV U.S. writes:
From my experience this is what I have to say.. The knobs are key! if you're a softsynth user (like I am.. inside and out) A good VA is key... not only is this affordable but it creates some KILLER sounds.. if I'm looking for a specific sound, i just start tweaking knobs, I can create hard leads, tweak it some more, some low end basses, and mess with the incredible MOD filter to create atmosphere.. only a few CONS.. 4 polyphony limits the lushness of pads and atmosphere, other synths also have 3 osc or even 3 with a sub, which is really nice for club leads.. Again tho, Ive brought this into the studio and threw in basslines and leads and they cut through the mix wonderfully. if it had more polyphony and a 3rd OSC it would have gotten a 5, but it also would have been $1000 more. best bang for the buck hands down.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-28-2004 at 18:07
Chris a professional user from Tulsa,OK writes:
I agree the ms 2000r is not a be all end all but for my applications it is perfect.The role i play in my band NOEEBO,is a support role(backround etc).This synth actually is far better than the darkstar i own.I am starting to feel more like a true synthesist everyday.Love this machine and will have and use it til the day I die!!!!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-12-2004 at 11:25
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