Synth Site: Korg: MS-2000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Edgar a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Holy crap does this machine sound incredible. The people that say they can't do this or that must not be twisting any knobs. Twist the freakin' knobs!!! This beast looks cool and backs it up with a massive sound engine. There's so much real time control on the top panel that you can literally spend hours tweaking away with one sound.

Warning: Mind blowing fun.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-06-2000 at 17:11
DJ DanceCraft a hobbyist user from Seattle, WA writes:
GO BUY ONE!!! What are you waiting for? The MS 2000 is AWSOME!!! I have used one and can't believe some of the twisted sounds this phat synth produces. Its Just sick how good this synth sounds!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-06-2000 at 05:01
RIO a professional user from usa writes:
You know the MS2000 is great Not intended to do all...I have just posted a song my 9-year old kid did lyrics too and the bassline is the MS2000..check it out and tell me that this thing ain't nice as hell!! easily programmed bassline the MS2000 can add that icing to the cake..give a listen then go buy your ms2000

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-03-2000 at 10:06
a hobbyist user from UK writes:
i can't help but feel disapointed in the MS2000 it does have some nice features but overall i think the sound is pretty weak. it is great for trippy ambient stuff using the mod sequencer, but when it comes to bass its crap. my bassstation running one oscilator blows the korg away even with no compression or EQ, i felt fukin gutted , and the resonance filter is a friggin joke - this is definately no threat to your woofers! on the plus side the interface is very immediate and the sequencer adds movement and texture to the sounds. the only real thing lacking is any guts, it lacks punch and phatness. it sounds to digital. recommended for mellow shit but not for aggresive or heavy filter sounds. i' m gonna give mine few more weeks but i think it's gonna have to go...

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-30-2000 at 09:00
doug melbourne a part-time user from UK writes:

I'd just like to add my support for the MS2000 - I have been a proud owner for a couple of months now and gigged it for the first time - a monster sound through a PA! Lots of people came up afterwards and enquired as to what I was using.

Any keyboard player who wants it to be their main workhorse synth will be disappointed - it is a dedicated synth with limited polyphony (as many truly great synths are - Prophet 5 for instance). I use a Roland XP30 with expansion boards for 'bread and butter' stuff - pianos, organs orchestral patches etc.

But that is ignoring it's qualities as a great synth in it's own right, it feels very musical and I love it. I've tried several VA's (including a ludicrously priced and bright yellow Waldorf) and feel wise, this is the closest I've used to an analogue, although it's sound capabilities stretch well beyond the limits of most analogues (I'm a collector of the wonderful vintage beasts too).

So enjoy it for what it's designed to do, and not what it's not designed for!

All the best,


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-29-2000 at 09:38
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