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Free DIY Korg MS-20

Submitted by on December 1, 2009 – 12:03 am One Comment

The Korg MS-20 is an analog two-oscillator monophonic lead and bass synth with hard wired and patchable connections. You can override the hard wired sounds using patch-cords. The MS-20 has been used on countless records because of it’s unique sounding dual filters and it’s huge fun factor.

It was an awesome semi-modular synth back then, and is still awesome today. I really, really regret selling my MS-20 some time ago.

Well, now you can own your own MS-20… for free!

Well, sortof. What we’ve got here is a DIY papercraft Korg MS-20 that you can print out and glue together. Enjoy.

Click on the picture below for a larger version to print out.

We’ve also got a papercraft Moog Minimoog, Arp 2600 and Roland TR-909 for your building pleasure.

Of course if you’re so inclined, you can find the real ones with our auction finder.

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