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Korg Ms:20 or SCI Pro One Keyboard Synthesizers
Old 18th September 2011
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Korg Ms:20 or SCI Pro One

Over the past three days, I've spent a good deal of time looking for the best analog synth for myself. First, I was in between a Korg Mono/Poly and a SCI Pro One. I've dropped the Mono/Poly option and went with the SCI, but another gem has caught my eye, and that gem is the Korg Ms20. I'm familiar with it's operation as I've spent a good deal of time with ims20 for IPad. How does the comparison stack up, Ms20 or Pro One?
Old 18th September 2011
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AND why?
Old 18th September 2011
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If you want the sci sound you wouldn't even be looking at a Korg ms-20, they're miles apart. Seriously!

So, what sound are you after?
Old 18th September 2011
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Well, I feel as if I'd love to be able to get experimental sounds out of it, which the ms20 seems to be good at.
Old 18th September 2011
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Both
Old 18th September 2011
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Absolutely, the MS-20 can make some serious noise! It is also one of the most musical sounding semi modular synth that I've heard.
But since I'm a SCI fanboy I must advice you to go for the Pro-One. You've got some wild modulation there as well.
And it's so easy to tweak! Something that can't be said about the Ms-20.
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