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The Korg MS-20 monophonic analogue synthesizer was originally launched in 1978 (discontinued in 1983) and is certainly one of the most iconic mono synth's of recent times.
As the mini MS-20 mini-keys, if you want to play furious solos, it will be difficult ... if not, connect an external MIDI keyboard or buy the kit version (twice as expensive when same)!
Revival of 1978 MS20 ... Smaller, lighter ... The configuration is similar in all respects to the original model, but SMD and minijacks, progress requires ...
This is a small 3 octave keyboard with mini keys. Other reviews describe the possibilities and are more comprehensive than me.
Known for 35 years ... A MIDI and USB port (for the pitch and nothing more) were added ... UTILIZATION
Remember all those old flared trousers you threw away? Remember that old Korg MS20 you did the same with? Well, Korg have seen fit to bring the MS20 back from late 70's in the form of the Korg MS20 mini. Why because the MS20 became a classic.
This is the clone of the original MS-20. We love it or hate it ... I love it! Hardcore Mono, 100% analog (no ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥) and editable in front, he adds in MIDI and USB. They are rudimentary (see implementation - MIDI Chart - short at the end of the manual), so the use of CV is preferred, it is still...
Technical doc is easy to find. I have not been MS20 so I do not know if it is completely faithful to the original. The tests say yes, then ...
Characteristics are known since '78 ... Monophonic analog synth with: - 2 VCOs - 1 LFO - 2 Envelopes (HADSR + DAR)
The Mini (MS-20) has 37 keys and is an analog synth that comes with a smaller patch bay system on it. IT does support MIDI and USB connections. If you have ever used an original synth or the original ms 20 you will know how much fun they are to work with and they actually have helped me understand...
- Overseen by the engineers of the original MS-20
- Self-oscillating high-pass/low-pass filters with distinctive distortion
- External signal processor (ESP)
- Extremely flexible patching system