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  MS800 At a Glance
Click for larger view arrowReleased: 1990 (?)  Specifications
arrowUser rating: 2.6/5 |  Read reviews (5)
Karl Burke writes:
The hideous operating and programming system (2 digit LED) may drive you crazy but there's nothing else quite like it for low-fi digital weirdness on the ultra cheap. Sum up:One for the adventurous/experimental/patient/mad

Comments About the Sounds:
Dirty, gritty, grungy sounding 8-bit companded digital wavetable synthesis makes for cutting sounds that can be made to evolve a la ppg etc.Bell type waves are great in particular. Lots of aliasing going on coupled with the complete lack of any kind of filter or tone control gives this synth a particular bite.

(Thanks to Karl Burke for this info.)

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