Synth Site: Korg: MS10 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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sjmojo a professional user writes:
there are both ms20 and ms10 when i bought this little monster.but sadly,my pocket only supported me to buy the smaller one--ms10.but i never regret my decision,though that ms20 was sold very quickly so that now i have to search for another ms20.the ms10 is fat,though it maybe the thinnest one in the big analog family,but compared to va,romplers,it can easily blows them away.i onced owned a mono/poly in my younger days,but it's only good for some metallic sound and efx,not fat enough even though it got 4 oscs and had a unison mode,the new ms2000 is really very close to the mono/poly,but surely not the ms20 of y2k,beware of this,newbies.anyway,ms10 is good for all analog stuff,from fat bass ,leads to random lfo efx and punchy rhytmic analog drums(booming kicks,snappy noisy snares,metallic hihats...).moreover,it's also a semi-modular u can play w/ other great modulars like affordable system100m,doepfer a100,evenfall or modcan,all are good.give a little bit of reverb they can really fly.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-05-2001 at 06:50
tijs de jong a part-time user from The netherlands writes:
The ms-10 is the most powerful analog wonder i own. I also have the juno106. Some people say the juno is the synth for techno. Those people never heard the 'talking dude'. You can actually let the ms-10 speak to you as you tweak those knops. I normally route the output trough my SP-808 for the effects. So you can harmonise the sound. Instead of a monophonic sound you can create chords on it too!!!! Awesome for some fat-ass basses. Without this machine my inspiration is gone. BTW I bought mine for $250 in excellent, actually new state. If you see one, buy it!!!!

posted Wednesday-Mar-14-2001 at 06:49
gav a part-time user from uk writes:
problem with this machine is that it's got so much twiddleness to it, you never get round to writing tunes. pure pleasure

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-24-2001 at 21:12
HHart a part-time user from UK writes:
My fave synth amongst my well-used collection of allsorts .... brutish or smooth as silk, flapping bass, whooshing and shrieking filter, patch everything into everything else, hard-ass basics-only, very powerful PWN sounds, great clean (tho' quiet) sine wave ........

If you see one, buy it. No, don't, instead call me on 0xxx xxx xxxxx ....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-08-2001 at 11:32
Rix a professional user from rotterdam/holland writes:
I had been looking for a good filter for a long time: i bought a Sherman filterbank, but that wasn't really it. Just nasty scratching sounds. I bought a Electrix Filterfactory, but hat wasn't it either. To heavy filters. Then one day a guy can up to me offered me his vintage MS-10. I bought it for its looks, until i plugged in..............see one = buy one and live a happy life`

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-May-15-2000 at 10:46
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