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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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necromancer a hobbyist user from u.s.a writes:
This thing is annoying, obnoxious and loud, which is why bought it. I'm serious, just barely touch a key and it sounds like an atomic bomb blew up up in my garage. SWWWEEEEEETTTTT!!!!!! I only own 2 synths including this one and I'm sure there are noisier ones but this one is BBBBBAAAAADDDDD!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-07-2000 at 01:54
doug melbourne a part-time user from UK writes:
Repyling to the earlier comment - we cover Early Genesis, from 'Trespass' through to 'Trick of the Tail'. We are undertaking a production of the entire 'Lamb Lies Down' next year and I will certainly use the MS2000 so that I need to make less patch changes on the ARP.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-06-2000 at 05:21
David a part-time user from Maryland writes:
>Just a comment on using an MS2000 ARP simulations >- I play in a Genesis tribute band and use an ARP >ProSoloist. I have found the MS2000 can match many >if not all of the patches on the ARP, certainly >>>close enough for live work.

Which era of Genesis, may I ask?

I've noticed that the MS2000 is a real chameleon; mine can sound like a Multimoog, Juno 60, Pro-One, OSCar, or icy and brittle like a PPG, or goofy like a bunny rabbit farting in butterscotch pudding. The cool thing is that the transformation can be made in a few seconds. Over the years, I've owned a lot of different synths; to my mind, this one's the most fun out of any of them.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-05-2000 at 20:42
sean a hobbyist user from new york new york writes:
i've been a synthesist for almost 20 years now and have had the good luck to work with many many of the more desirable synths that people give kidneys for (e.g. tb-303, moogs et. al.) i have to say all this talk about the ms2000 and its very low price got me interested.

so i traipsed down to my local music store and spent about 1/2 hour playing the presets and modifying them...

all i have to say is WOWWOWOWOWOW!! This synth is so usable and sounds delicious!! I've not had an analog synth in a long long time and immediately I got that warm and fuzzy feeling I used to get with my old analogs.

The interface is excellent...it is a creampuff to make your own sounds out of the already excellent presets...

the bass patches kick and the pads are sweet. no synth can do all things but I do believe that any synthesist worth his or her salt needs to have at least one ANALOG synth to just get into.

What a joy to do sound design that doesnt take a 300 page manual and 3 levels of menu navigation to program.

sure the knobs are tiny and kinda cheap looking...so what?!??!?

it doesnt affect the sound at all and isn't that the reason why we're synthesists in the first place!?!?!?

i'm getting mine right after I get paid!!!

AWESOME!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-05-2000 at 10:35
doug melbourne a part-time user from UK writes:
Just a comment on using an MS2000 ARP simulations - I play in a Genesis tribute band and use an ARP ProSoloist. I have found the MS2000 can match many if not all of the patches on the ARP, certainly close enough for live work.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-05-2000 at 05:25
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