Synth Site: Korg: MS10 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Alex a professional user from USA writes:
The best day of my life was when I found my MS-10 on the curb in front of my house under a pile of trash. Sure I had to duct-tape it together but it's been as good as new ever since. I've used it to create all kinds of effects in the studio, from hip hop basslines to old school acid house. Oh, yeah, and it can perfectly imitate the sound of a tibetan monk chanting.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-09-2000 at 20:09
David a hobbyist user from france (paris) writes:
Excellent synth... You can find an online version of the owner's manual at :

If you want to make really great patches, double any inputs or outputs on the patch panel with simple one-mono to two-mono jack converters (er, these little things that cost -or weight- really nothing with one mono jack input and two mono jack outputs). Double the sound output and plug one into the external signal in... then tweak the volume knob and the ext sig knob... Buy about 5 to 10 jacks and 2 or 3 "1to2 converters" (I don't know the name of this thing in english) and you can play for hours (or years) the reverse enveloppe is also great...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-06-1999 at 11:20
rick deckard a part-timer user from british columbia canada writes:
oh god, this is the sound that i hve been looking for. i found my ms10 by chance (for $65cdn) and it has been blowing my mind ever since, all i need now is a ms20 and a sq10. hint :for best results trigger this synth with a midi to cv converter and patch voltages to control the various parameters at the input points. this little devil plays itself and won't let you down. last night my ms10s keyboard seemed to respond to velocity, if i tapped a key a completely different sound came out then when i pressed hard on the same key....go figure!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-18-1999 at 13:25
kaisersozet a hobbyist user from italy writes:
i bought it for 10$ because it WAS "broken" i am very happy and proud of this machine. you have to play a little bit before getting something out of it, but then....dr Who will come out of your amplifier!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-18-1999 at 08:14
Arafat a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This was my first synth. I grew out of it after about 6 months or so. I just didn't think it had enough flexibility (as far as sound diversity). But recently iv'e grown to apreciate it's expressivness. Ive played about 8 or 9 analogs since then and I have never seen a synth that gave me such modulation controll. Yes you can only play with one note at a time, but that frees up your other hand to mess with the wonderfull nobs. God I love that damn thing. I swear it wast alive.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-06-1999 at 23:38
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