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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Disease Factory a professional user from USA, Colorado writes:
WHOA. No virtual can touch this thing on bass, its almost as fat as a real analog, amazing. i cannot believe it. it does everything very well, sounds more moogish, and old korgish than roland, which is why i bought it. say no to others, pair this with a jp-8080 can you got it all, get a few mono synths and you'll be a god. Limited poly, but you dont want to over use your synths, get more, i paid 800 us for the keyboard version, and its worth every penny, it will be on every tour i do. making sounds is easy, laided out well, knobs are small but who cares. cake. and wonderful. Phat!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-21-2000 at 21:52
untermensch a hobbyist user from Rochester, NY writes:
I'm soo happy i got mine when I did. I walked into the guitar center saw they had it, immediatly picked it up. I've since been back to the store and they tell me that they haven't gotten another one in yet. Gotta love this box, it makes some great sounds, I especially love the weird sounds you can get from this. By using the mod sequencer, and the virtual patches together you can make some strange sounds. Totally worth the $.~rob

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-13-2000 at 21:38
Dan F a part-time user from Hong Kong writes:
The mod sequencer is damn sweet... giving some of the smoothest sweeps or harshest cuts to sounds without any effort. Unlike anything I've heard for a while. The virtual patch function gives even more source for sound genisis and also adds a wicked random element to noises if you're not paying attention to what you're doing!

The vocoder could have been sold totally seperate from the MS2k and I would have paid for both gladly. 4 note poly isn't such a big problem if you have a sampler / digital recording.

Great machine, great sounds - very easy to use, very useful and probably a classic in the making. _____________________ If KORG is listening - please put a disk drive (smartmedia / SCSI / whatever) on the next one - 128 banks ain't enough for the creative mind and MIDI dumps really suck. Didn't want to wipe over any of the presets either... And what's the story behind the 'power knob / volume knob' combo? AND the wall-wart power plug should also go please. Also, you spell it "WRITING" not 'writting'. Anyway - you guys 99.5% of the way there; with the MS2000.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-07-2000 at 12:03
C.A. Todd a part-time user from USA writes:
I got my hands on one of these the day it came out and damn, i'm impressed. What really gets me about this synth is the mod. sequencer, very nice. It's possible to have 3 different sequences on one voice. The list of parameters that can be controlled by it is big too. A great little vocoder is included too ... one that seems too good to be just part of a synth (it'd sell on its own). Responds well to midi, due to it's midi filters. If you can get past the lack of Polyphony (who really needs more than whats here anyway?) get this synth now.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-07-2000 at 05:48
Mike a professional user from UK writes:
Well I just received a replacement unit and it works perfectly....

You should really concentrate your on making music with whatever equipment you have rather than anonymously slagging off stuff you don't even own!

Still...I've got a fully working MS2000R (and Supernova + JP8000 + Nord Lead and a whole bunch of other digital and original analogue beasts) which I'm very happy with!! I'm so impressed with it's sound...definitely more gritty and truer analogue than other VA synths...I give it 5 out of 5 for sound. Slightly less for value for money and build quality but it's the sound you pay for in a synth...not features!! I don't use VA as a replacement for analogue...rather as a compliment.


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-23-2000 at 08:02
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