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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Marti Masters a part-time user from Michigan writes:
Whoever thinks the Korg MS2000 is a piece of junk can stick it right up their ignorant ass. If you do a serious comparison in SOUND between this synth and others, you will find it blows most of them away. It favorably compares to the bitching leads of a Jupiter 8. The interface is easy to program. Even a tone-deaf person could get a decent wail from this thing. I love it. Who cares if it's made of particle board? My Gibson Flying V is brittle mahogany with the typical "touch me and I disintegrate" finish, but you won't find a better sounding guitar. That said, this Korg MS2000 is about SOUND. And for REAL musicians, that's what truly counts in the final analysis.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-09-2001 at 23:54
whatever writes:
Demos ALWAYS suck.

Tried it myself, and it's well worth it. Pretty damn good for a VA.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-09-2001 at 16:30
David Waldman a hobbyist user from Silver Spring, MD writes:
I understand where you're coming from, Olaf.

On paper, 4 patch points ain't that much, but the proof of the MS2000's popularity are not to be found in its somewhat anemic specs, but rather in its formidable sound. If I were to buy synths based purely on spec's I would have chosen the (graak) OB-12 over the MS2000, but they're light-years apart in "musicality" (if that's a word).

The MS2000 tickles my Yangtze more and more each time I switch it on. I just love the noises it effortlessly ha-fnerfs out with great ease and definition. 'Tis a lovely, hands-on, user-friendly synth one can get STRANGE with.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-01-2001 at 19:24
olafmol writes:
i don't get this stuff about the amazing modulation capabilities of the MS2000...is it me or is it just a plain modulation matrix with 4 patch-cords? (ie connect a source with a destination, max 4 connections)...hell, even my A3000 sampler has a very advanced modulation matrix..

olaf

posted Thursday-Mar-01-2001 at 11:01
Erik Hines a part-time user from United States writes:
I Have found the sound of the MS-2000 to be very good. Modulation sources are plentiful and the versatility is unbeatable (except by a REAL modular). I think that the more accurate reviews are found on the ms-2000r (the same only rackmount). If people want analogue "punch", buy analogue, you'll feel better, but you'll pay a lot more. This synthesizer is unique sounding, generic sounding, digital sounding, analogue sounding (kinda), also a perfect synth for the intermediate pre-modular synthesist. Dont be fooled by joe shmo who gives poor ratings because of his personal unknowns, try, like it , buy it... thats all.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-21-2001 at 15:48
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