I think that is a really dumb idea and you are therefore dumb for thinking it.calaverasgrande wrote:Yeah, but they could hit a stupid low price point. If they can do an MS20 for $599, they should be able to do an MS10 for 399 or less.
And while it is only a low pass, with a single osc, you can still do a lot with patch points and a few other devices like LFOs, noise sources, additional oscs etc.
I guess the cult status of the MS20 is entirely lost on me as I am not into those techno music scenes.
Heck I own a x0xb0x but go out of my way to make it not sound like a 303!
(Which means my dark energy is always CV-ed to it and I run the output of both through an effectron.)
Either way we shall see.
Maybe a Mini MS50? That would be dope.
The MS-20 hits the spot entirely because it's only thing remotely near it's price point that has 2 VCO's, 2 VCF's. Otherwise it's competing against other single OSC analogue synths, or other LPF only synths like the LP.
Right now not exactly much is competing with it. Single filters are boring compared to two and the price point it's coming in at is stupidly low in the first place anyway.