7 thoughts on “The Korg MS-10

  1. Listening to this brings chills down my spine and sweet memories. My first synth was the MS-20 (one more oscillator than this one) in 1980 when I was 18… I learned a lot from that one, the owner's manual was excellent – a young man's guide to sound synthesis – with a small professor cartoon on every page… I sold it to get my hands on a Roland Juno 6 in 82, but missed it for my synth leads and bought a second hand MS-20 again in '83. If only I'd kept it, it would still sound amazing today…

  2. Listening to this brings chills down my spine and sweet memories. My first synth was the MS-20 (one more oscillator than this one) in 1980 when I was 18… I learned a lot from that one, the owner's manual was excellent – a young man's guide to sound synthesis – with a small professor cartoon on every page… I sold it to get my hands on a Roland Juno 6 in 82, but missed it for my synth leads and bought a second hand MS-20 again in '83. If only I'd kept it, it would still sound amazing today…

  3. Listening to this brings chills down my spine and sweet memories. My first synth was the MS-20 (one more oscillator than this one) in 1980 when I was 18… I learned a lot from that one, the owner's manual was excellent – a young man's guide to sound synthesis – with a small professor cartoon on every page… I sold it to get my hands on a Roland Juno 6 in 82, but missed it for my synth leads and bought a second hand MS-20 again in '83. If only I'd kept it, it would still sound amazing today…

  4. Just bought one on ebay – nice addition to analog synth collection, as small as it may be.I now have 2 powerful synths. My MS-10 & Arp 2600. Life is good.

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