[NAMM] Korg MS-20 Mini

[NAMM] Korg MS-20 Mini

Here’s a presentation of the Korg MS-20 Mini at the NAMM Show 2013.


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24 thoughts on “[NAMM] Korg MS-20 Mini

  1. Some companies do get (pay for I’m sure) sound proof booths at NAMM. It’d be quite expensive and unrealistic for EVERY singe merchant to have a sound proof booth. That being said, it would be nice though.

  2. Sorry Alain, please don’t beat me up mister! The Prophet 12 is almost entirely digital: digital oscs, digital suboscs, digital noise wave, digital lfos, digital eq, digital delays…with analog filters/vca. Sounds much more digital than analog obviously, and a great Prophet VS style synth for those wanting the digital sound warmed up a bit with analog filters/vca.

  3. Nop. The new Moog Sub Phatty is an analog synth too. And the Prophet 12 is not a VA but rather a Wavetable/Analog hybrid, with digital oscillators and analog filters and VCAs. Get your facts straight mister.

  4. I’ll never understand why booths at these NAMM shows don’t have a soundproof room to demonstrate each company’s products. The cacophony of background noises is enough to make you go crazy ! Everyone must be coming back from these shows with a headache.

  5. I’m looking forward to seeing comparison videos of the original versus the mini! I wonder if the surface mount components will create differences in the sound?

  6. true, not a total VA, but mostly digital – oscs, eq, noise, subosc, lfos are all digital. Sounds not as nice as the Prophet 08, but also is much more flexible in sound design than the Prophet 08.

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