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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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rick wright a part-time user from ummagumma writes:
great machine.all the virtual stuff like the jp8000 or the ms2000 are nothing more than a good joke compare to this

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-26-2002 at 10:19
Bakis Sirros a part-time user from Greece writes:
what can i say about it???i really love this beauty!i use it on almost every has a wonderful, fat ,warm sound and many possibilities for sound experimentations,too!one of my favourite monosynths!!!and i have MANY real analog synths and a huge modular,,i know what FATNESS and WARMTH really mean.;-)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-26-2002 at 18:33
Jan Eugen Hansen a hobbyist user from Norway writes:
I realy like this synth,its like having a modular synth.It can do everything from drummachine,fxbox,leadsynth. Mine is coupled to a Roland CSQ 600 sequenser. In my collection i also have MiniKorg 700S,Roland MC 202,Clavia Nord Modular,Quasimidi Raveolution 309,Quasimidi Raven Max.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-06-2001 at 12:19
sjmojo a professional user writes:
i owned a mono/poly for about 3 years,that time i only had a tascam potra one 4track cassette,a boss de200 delay w/ real-time sampling(2 sec),a tr707 and thats all my gears.mono/poly was limited,so i have to layered the sounds by dub-recording way.but it's interesting to use only one synth to do songs.the metallic efx is the greatest thing of monopoly,don't expect fat bass or leads on it,it is not and never will be a minimoog or odyssey.though its got 4oscs and unison looks good,really looks better than its older brothers,ms10 or ms20,but,only looks i mean.the other great function is the cv/gate interface which differs from other korg's cv/gate system ,it's the only korg synth which used oct/v and v-trg(like all roland,obie,arp,sci,etc...) so u can save some money for buying a more simplified midi-cv interface(mpu101,etc) if u don't have other korg/yamaha,moog synths).for this ,can be rated to 3 though its got limited sonic quality.oh,yes,don't forget the minimal arpeggiator,everyone needs one at that time.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-05-2001 at 07:16
Lava from the molten core of Earth writes:
The Mono/poly is amazing. It takes years to discover all of its hidden idiosyncrasies and functions. If you take the time to dissect every control and see what it does, by itself, you will find so many more ways to warp the sound; there are lots of signal paths that are not immediately obvious in the slightest. The Mono/poly mountain is a hard long climb, but once you're at the top, it's the best view...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-23-2001 at 19:45
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