The keybed sensors needed new springs (and some cleaning).
Replacing over 100 springs takes time. I used leftover springs from a Wersi organ kit which I use for spare parts. Now the keybed feels lile it is brand new. No more double triggering, and you can now finally play two notes at the same time. I love this synth!
After removing my tonsils, I’ve had to do as little as possile and relax as part of my recovery. Today I could not resist building a new desk for my studio. Procrastinate no more! I had a couple of IKEA night tables which I put some wheels on, bought an old coffee table and some screws. Here are some pictures of the process!
Here’s a video of me mucking around with my MS-20 Mini. I think the little bastard sounds absolutely terrific!
No patching involved here, but it’s run through my Moogerfooger in bypass mode, hence with the drive fattening up the sound a little.
Camera microphone from my iPhone 4S, so don’t expect earth shattering bass here…
Holy poop! This synth is absolutely fantastic to program and play.
Here’s a dynamic saw wave lead sound I programmed in a couple of minutes.
Too much reverb from my trusty old Roland RSP-550. Sorry about the retarded filming in vertical position, using my left hand while pitch bending…