Synth Site: Korg: MS10 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Ronny T a professional user from Seattle Wa writes:
I love this cute little thing. I am so old school! The new school is fine but for someone who didn't even go to school I can spell this out pretty good, I love this and it's worth lots of money but I must sell mine as fast as possible because I am ridding out all material possions in my life to follow my vision of living on the moon! NOT REALLY! I love to make people laugh...BUT the MS10 is by far the most confusing joy in my life!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-May-13-2005 at 03:51
Fritz Giesemann a hobbyist user from Mexico writes:
I love the very cheese sound of this little synth for doing low octave solos (16'). I sync the square LFO (Korg gave it some other name) to the arp. of my polysix, so I can play some strange striking solos on ths little thing along with an arp. bass from the poly. I also use the MS for bass, but i dont't play it from it's keyboard (not very fast envelopes) I rather sample it. And I also use it for filtering my drum sounds. I love the fact that I can route the sound with the patch bay. This little thing is pretty usable and I really love it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-19-2004 at 21:15
The Malpaso Man a professional user from In the Bar with Lee Van Cleef writes:
Just bought this little analog monster last week, and I'm impressed so far, it's good for bubble and squeak sounds, bass, screeching leads, especially if u tweek the little trim pot und the rubber cap in VCLPF. The patch matrix is excellent, I'm using banana jacks to route things which means I can send two signal from one input or output, I connected both white and pink noise together and sent both of them to the external input, turned up the ext. input dial, pressed a key and watched my monitors disappear up thru the roof (wow!!). Using banana jacks the matrix possibilities become even more crazy. I have 10 jacks plugged in so far....

Now gimme an MS-20 or a PS-3300. Or a fistfull of dollars to buy em' both.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-10-2003 at 17:22
Mal a professional user writes:
A fabulous little mini modular synth, capable of a huge variety of cutting edge analogue sounds. The look is unmistakable. One of the most classic looking synths. I would say that it is a good synth to learn on but it's not. It will probably be the only modular synth you will ever get the chance to play. The matrix is great fun. Many crazy sounds are possible. A great thing to have about. I'm seeing less and less for sale nowadays. I think that they've all been collected. Get one if you can. The MS20 is even better, though it can be daunting when you go in deep.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-21-2003 at 12:11
Shortwave a part-time user from Amsterdam writes:
Cool little analog synth-thingy... Very useful to create the weirdest seagull-kind-of-sounds. Don't use it much, though. Tuning is little off now and then. But for the rest...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-05-2003 at 04:11
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