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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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mothertrucker from USA writes:
hook this sucker up to a sherman filterband and you have ONE FUKT UP MACHINE!!!! (ie the sherman will take care of any lack of analog PUNCH)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-21-2001 at 13:53
Motti a part-time user from Israel writes:
I use ms2000R.it is one of my best synths because i love the sounds. It sounds very unique, some sounds reminds synths from the 70s & the 80s. I use the great vocoder,create sounds with the mod sequance

i can live with 4 notes SO !!!! if you like the sounds buy it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-21-2001 at 11:03
shane a part-time user writes:
this is a very good sounding synth. the delay especially is awesome. i really cant see how anyone does not like this thing. for trance you really couldnt get a better sounding synth, actually for just about anything you couldnt get a much better sounding synth. the ms2000 sounds a LOT more like real analog than the jp 8000/8080.. i even prefer the basic sound of this to that of the nord modular, in fact i sold my modular to buy one of these.. this is a synth that lives for live performance. i can say with certainty that i wont be selling my ms2000 anytime soon, or not too soon for that matter

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-11-2001 at 21:39
James a part-time user from USA writes:
I have owned this little blue/green beaut for about a month. I have the rack version. This is not a synth for people looking to play right out the box. If your not into tweaking the knobs you won't enjoy this synth. I have gotten that thing to make some pretty crazy amd useful sounds. Thats what i thought analog was all about anyway, doing your own thing making your own sounds.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-10-2001 at 16:12
synthe.labo a part-time user from Italy writes:
i owned an MS2000R since it was out in stores... sorry, but now i've got bored of that machine: it sounds good, has an immediately feeling and approach,..but at the end not so interesting. this is my p.o.v. , but now i've got a nord modular, and it's another world... to the guy that compared the ms2000 to the nord lead: the nord sound thin????????? it's the deeper synth i've ever listened to, without effects! maybe the nord is not good for everything, instead of the ms2000 that can be used in all wayz, BUT not thin, come on. i don't wanna say that the ms2000 is crap or other stupid things...only that, at the end, you'll need more, and you won't have it with this synth.

anyway, any synth has it's own character; the ms2000 has it's own..i've made a lot of things with it, but now that i work with nord modular it's another planet....but i know too that NM can't really be compared to an ms2000 or other v-a.

i wouldn't buy another ms2000: i know the machine and it's range of possibilities, and (more important) i know how it can sound. it's a good synth...personally i've got bored of it's sound roots.....to a person who want to buy an ms2000, i would recommand to go with a jp8080, really more powerfull and deep sounding. if you want to xperiment more, go with a waldorf Qrack or MicroQ. if you want the world, go with the Nord Modular :) ciao a tutti marco

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-02-2001 at 11:26
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