Here’s another in-depth look at the new Korg MS-20 Mini synthesizer – this time via the inimitable Nick Batt of sonicstate.
For more on the new synth, see our earlier Korg MS-20 Mini posts and the Korg site.
This video song, by koishistyle, uses only a Korg MS-20 Mini as the sound source (and an iPad for drum triggering over the MS-20 Mini’s USB MIDI).
Synth educator and Moog Foundation Archivist Marc Doty has wrapped up a massive 12-part video overview of the new Korg MS-20 Mini, embedded above.
Doty’s series covers the MS-20 Mini’s oscillators, filters, envelope generators, amplifiers, sample & hold, external signal processor, patch examples and more.
Doty came away impressed with the new synth. “Playing this thing is like playing the original,” he says.
The MS-20 Mini is expected to ship this month, with a street price of $600.
If you’ve used the MS-20 Mini, let us know what you think of it it!
This official Korg video features the designers of the original Korg MS-20, Mr. Fumio Mieda and Mr. Hiroaki Nishijima, discussing their roles in the creation of the classic synth. Continue reading
At Musikmesse 2013, Nick from sonicstate interviewed Mr Fumio Mieda, one of the creators of the original Korg MS-20, with the help of Volca creator Tatsuyo Takanashi.
Marc Doty continues his series of in-depth videos looking at the Korg MS-20 Mini. Continue reading
Confirmed synth freak Marc Doty continues his deep look at the new Korg MS-20 Mini with this video exploration of the Mini’s External Signal Processor. Continue reading
Synthmeister Marc Doty continues his series of videos looking at the new Korg MS-20 Mini. Continue reading