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  Topic: Synth Pairing with the MS-20
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Sat Apr 04, 2015 11:13 pm   Subject: Synth Pairing with the MS-20
the Microbrute, just like the Basstation 2, has V/Oct, which will give you unpredictable musicality tonewise or (notewise if you like), since the MS-20 works with Hz/V.
Soundwise, I wouldn't write of ...
  Topic: MS-20 Patch Card I made...
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2015 8:32 pm   Subject: that's the analog way :)
very nice cards, but a bit impractical especially if you have a lot of patches, including several different patch cable connections to make.

nevertheless a good way to start with a patch in a song, ...
  Topic: MS-20 kit impressions: 1) Noisy filters, 2) too bright LEDs
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 10:28 pm   Subject: dim
lol, there's a business in this or everyone it seems Smile
nice tip, but I'll stick with a well lit front panel.
you can't play this box in the dark live unless if you know it by heart
  Topic: MS-20 kit impressions: 1) Noisy filters, 2) too bright LEDs
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 10:11 pm   Subject: dimming the leds
it would be nice to adjust brightness of the leds according to volume e.g.
but that's just wishful thinking. wearing shades would probably be overdoing it Cool
  Topic: MS-20 kit impressions: 1) Noisy filters, 2) too bright LEDs
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 9:08 pm   Subject: bright leds
maybe a couple of layers of dark varnish on them may help?
I wouldn't want to throw it out solely because of the bright leds Smile
but now that I'm checking, the leds on the mini are far less brighter
  Topic: MS-20 kit impressions: 1) Noisy filters, 2) too bright LEDs
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 8:17 pm   Subject: noisy early filters
I'm not sure if you could call the early 'noisy' filters a fault, since they add to the original sound of the early MS-20's. True the new filter available in the kit produces a lot less noise, but to ...
  Topic: both the mini and the kit combined
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 7:27 pm   Subject: nice resource
hi Baward14,
I had allready checked out your site quite some time ago.
A usefull resource it is indeed (I enjoyed the poor man's duophony a lot Very Happy)
and your pages give a very thorough insight into ...
  Topic: both the mini and the kit combined
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Fri Oct 10, 2014 11:13 am   Subject: both the mini and the kit combined
hi Phabius,
I just repeated your experiment with the early filters on the PW control for the Pulse wave on OSC1, and I found the sound cutoff to be almost similar on the Mini (around 7) and on the Ki ...
  Topic: both the mini and the kit combined
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PostForum: KORG MS20   Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2014 1:03 am   Subject: both the mini and the kit combined
hi all,
I have the ms-20 mini for awhile and being happy as a clam with it, but bought the kit last weekend, built it and boy is it a sturdier beast which sounds...pretty much the same.
now having b ...
  Topic: new here
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PostForum: One song a month – One year Contract   Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:46 pm   Subject: new here
sorry bout that,
remind me never to inform my relatives when i have a couple of days off,
they filled my spare time completely Smile
so i'm lagging behind with this january2014 entry.
i'll make sure ...
  Topic: Pandora's box
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PostForum: One song a month – One year Contract   Posted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 9:06 pm   Subject: Pandora's box
catchy ;D
i really like the piano line and the drum section alltogether.

as I'm still new here, I hope you dn't mind if I ask how yu made this..
sampling, playing live and recording it, or thru a ...
  Topic: new here
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PostForum: One song a month – One year Contract   Posted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 8:43 pm   Subject: new here
got a few days off from work Wink
expect a new go at this within the next 72 hrs or so Very Happy
you can hear the sh*t i made so far, with only audacity, here : https://soundcloud.com/channel_0/tracks
  Topic: January '14 AlternativeRock
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PostForum: One song a month – One year Contract   Posted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 9:01 pm   Subject: January '14 AlternativeRock
hi,
read the article on the mix and your contribution..
it sounds just great Very Happy
but since I m new here, can you explain to me
how ths fits into a song?
do you fit it into your own composition, ...
  Topic: new here
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PostForum: One song a month – One year Contract   Posted: Mon Feb 03, 2014 6:58 pm   Subject: new here
dear mr. Ferraro,
thank you very much for the tip on the Presonus StudioOne free edition.
I just installed it, and got my hardware working with it, after some tinkering...

recorded a first track ...
  Topic: new here
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PostForum: One song a month – One year Contract   Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:23 pm   Subject: new here
thank you sir for the kind feedback Very Happy
I still have the original recorded tracks, but I'm going to start anew with the idea,
but I'm desperately trying to reconstruct the growling bass from the MS- ...
 
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