Saturday, January 28, 2017

Korg MS-20 Mini Analog Monophonic Synthesizer

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If you are in need of a synthesizer you should definitely check out the Korg MS20 Mini Analog Monophonic Synthesizer.  
From "The sound of the inimitable MS-20 is now available to all with the new MS-20 Mini. The same engineers who developed the original MS-20 have perfectly reproduced its circuitry and fit it into a body 86% of the original size. The MS-20 mini will amaze with its absolutely authentic, analog synth sound.

The MS-20 distinguished itself at its debut through its gripping lead tones, its fat and juicy basses, and its its warm strings and pads. It was a two oscillator synth with two VCFs. two VCAs. sample and hold, a noise generator and many other tweakable components. The entire array has been designed by the fussiest design team imaginable--the same people who made the MS-20 in the first place. If you are a fan of analog synthesis in general and of the MS-20 in particular, this is a synth you need to check out.

If you are interested in seeing a video or purchasing the Korg MS-20 please visit this link: Korg MS 20


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