Cherry Audio has announced the release of its new software synthesizer PS-20, an ultra-realistic, polyphonic, hot-rodded tribute to Korg’s renowned MS-20.
First and foremost, PS-20’s dual highpass/lowpass filters super accurately recreate the MS-20’s famous raunchy sound in all of its squelchy, screaming glory. In addition to its unique filters, the MS-20’s other signature feature is its modular-style patch panel.
Cherry Audio have reconfigured the patch panel from the original instrument, adding many desired in and out patch points for all oscillators, filters, and VCAs, correcting the confusing terminology of the original, and throwing in a few extras that greatly expand its usability.
Every part of the instrument has been “souped up” with killer features, including 16-note polyphony, a unique 3-layer, 8-step sequencer with flexible CV outs, and integrated effects, including a beastly distortion, modulation echo with stereo spread, and a lush digital reverb with fantastic spring and plate emulations.
Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats and as standalone software for Windows and Mac, PS-20 is on sale at Plugin Boutique for the intro price of $29 USD for a limited time (regular $49 USD).
More information: Cherry Audio