Korg announces MS-20 mini Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
Korg has introduced the MS-20 mini, a monophonic analog synthesizer featuring the original circuitry from the 1978 classic MS-20.
Korg’s MS-20 monophonic synthesizer, first introduced in 1978, is still a coveted instrument to this day, thanks to its thick, robust sound, its powerful, iconic analog filter, and its versatile patching options. Over 300,000 people have enjoyed the distinct MS-20 sounds from the original, from Korg’s MS-20 plug-in synth, or the iMS-20 iPad app.
Today, the sounds of the MS-20 have been reborn in hardware, as the MS-20 Mini. The same engineers who developed the original MS-20 have perfectly reproduced its circuitry and fit into a body that’s been shrunk to 86% of the original size, yet retains the distinctive look of the original.
The MS-20 mini will amaze you with its absolutely authentic analog synth sound.
MS-20 mini features
- Overseen by the engineers of the original MS-20, a complete replication of the original analog circuitry
- 2VCO / 2VCA / 2VCF / 2EG / 1LFO structure.
- Self-oscillating high-pass/low-pass filters with distinctive distortion.
- External signal processor (ESP).
- Extremely flexible patching system.
- Miniature MS-20 that’s 86% of the original size.
- MIDI IN and USB connector.
- Replicates every detail of the original, down to the package binding and the included manual.
The Korg MS-20 Mini will be available April 2013, priced at $599 USD.