In this video, YouTube user AnalogAudio1 takes a break from the usual exploration of vintage analog gear to explore the sounds of the new Korg MS-20 Mini analog synthesizer.
The video doesn’t discuss the features of the Mini, instead focusing on the range of sounds that are possible with the new analog synth.
Here’s the video summary:
Here is a demo of the brand new KORG MS-20 MINI monophonic analog synthesizer. It is a reissue of the classic MS-20 synth from 1978. The sound of the Mini is damn close, but that’s not the case for the sturdiness of the hardware. The hardware of the Mini is rather cheap – but affordable!
On some sounds I used a Lexicon MPX-500 for reverbs and a Roland DEP-5 for delay effects. In the intro I used the Doepfer Dark Time sequencer to control the MS-20 mini via MIDI.
If you’ve used the MS-20 Mini, let us know what you think of it!